OSI Group, the largest food production company in the world has in recent years embarked on an expansion plan that has seen the company increase its food production capacity to meet the high demand coming from consumers. The last three years have been a beehive of activity at the company as they make every move that will see their products became available in as many places on the globe as possible. OSI Group has been creating highly competitive food products which have gained a good reputation among the consumers. Every year, the business is expanding and adding in another unit. Currently, they have 65 production plants and have employed over 20,000 employees to manage their operations.
The growth of this company has been made possible by the team of leaders that the company has. The head of the company is CEO Sheldon Lavin assisted by COO David McDonald. These two executives have played a significant role in the development of the company. Without them, there are chances that we would not be talking of the company the way we are doing right now. It has taken the brilliance of the two men to get the company running optimally.
David McDonald has been in the form for the past three decades, in this duration, he has managed to lead the company on a path of growth that has seen it become a leading company globally. It is a fact that this company has managed to perform the way it does because of the apt business decisions which are made by the leadership led by David McDonald.
David McDonald says OSI Group has made decisions which favor the management of the food business. Since they are dealing with a global audience, they need to have people who can help them understand the taste and preferences of the people. It is for this reasons that you will find that the company leaves the management of the food business to the local community since these are the people who understand the people better. The company has made sure that the day-day management of the business is done by people who are close to the market. With headquarters in the United States, it can only be prudent to have someone in Spain to manage the plant in Toledo for instance.