David Mcdonald Leads With Excellence
OSI Industries is an organization that continues to make major moves within its industry. It acquired Baho Foods, which is a European food supplier and has continued to move forward with David McDonald as its leader. The acquisition of Baho Foods is intended to strengthen OSI’s influence in the European region.
Tyson Foods was yet another acquisition made by OSI Industries. The purchase cost 7.4 million dollars and gave OSI the controls over a business that was about to close. OSI Group acquires Dutch company Baho Food. The closing would have put several employees out of work. Nearly 500 jobs were saved when OSI decided to merge with Tyson Foods.
Flagship Food Group was a complicated business deal that was supervised by David Mcdonald. Flagship Food Group specializes in mayonnaise and many other serving sauces. It has a long-standing operating history in Europe and will also add to OSI Industries’ presence in the region.
David McDonald is OSI Industries’ Chief Operations Officer. He has taken special care to realign the company in many areas. His decision making has brought OSI Industries up the bar on safety and quality assurance issues throughout the organization.
David McDonald is originally from the state of Iowa. He attended Iowa State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in animal science. David McDonald join the OSI team immediately following college and has been with the organization since the beginning.
David McDonald is well-known within the meat manufacturing industry. He holds many other titles aside from the Chief Operations Officer of OSI Industries. David is also Chairman of North American Meat Institute and is an Independent Director at Marfrig Global Foods S.A.
OSI has continued to be a privately owned organization since its inception. It began as a family-owned business in the Chicago area. The company has since grown to have business interest throughout the world with meat manufacturing plants in several different countries.
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