David McDonald attended the Iowa State University and graduated with a degree in Animal Science. He immediately ventured into his professional career and joined the OSI Group Industries. He is its current President and CEO. David is also a Board of Directors member and the Chairman of the North American Food Institute (NAMI). He also directs the OSI’s Australia branch.
How McDonald Improved OSI’s Sustainability
David McDonald has overseen the opening of international offices, facilities, and operations for the OSI Group of Industries in the world. The trend has ensured that the company remains responsive and overly available for its broad market. Going international has also provided an opportunity to learn and appreciate the cultures and tastes of people from across the globe. The move will, therefore, ensure that OSI Group becomes more innovative and builds a reputation.
Acquisition of the Baho Food
He enthusiastically states that the purchase of the Baho Foods is a significant step for the group. The development will afford them a greater market presence in the whole of Europe, a good start in their campaign to go international. It can also be noted that McDonald pointed out to the similarities of the brands offered by the two firms. The categories of their products will help become complimentary as well as increase its charm to the consumers.
Celebrating Two Decades in the International Food Industry
In 2016, OSI Group announced that it had opened a new plant in Geneva to produce branded and private-labeled frozen eateries. It is attached to a facility owned by the Millard refrigerated warehouses and distribution services. In the same move, the OSI Food Solutions Hungary chapter added capacity production lines to the tune of $25 million. The development will see the group process 22,000 tons of chicken products per year.
OSI China Productions
In China alone as at last year, OSI launched new partnerships, expanded the existing establishments and announced new plans to extend its processing and production capacities to go global. A new modern feed mill was opened in Shandong province, with the potential of producing 600,000 metric tons annually.
In a bid to meet these increased international demands, OSI broke ground on its intended beef facility in Poland, which has been projected to bolster the current staff by more than 30% and to know more visit @ www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVg1u76ilKs.