The OSI Group is a top vendor of high-quality products and ingenious solutions for the food sector. Many of the leading food firms around the world depend on OSI Group for groundbreaking solutions to streamline their complicated process of food developing and processing. OSI Group has earned the confidence of clients worldwide due to its commitment to continuous growth and improvement.
OSI Group Features on the Forbes’ List of Largest Private Companies in America
The Illinois-based OSI Group has appeared on the Forbes’ list of the biggest firms in America. With revenue of $6.1 billion, the company took position 58 out of the 140 largest private companies. Most of its revenue comes from products such as food, beverage, and tobacco.
OSI Group Scoops the Globe of Honour Award for 2016
The British Safety Council has announced OSI Food Solutions UK as the recipient of the high-status Globe of Honour Award for 2016. The firm won the award due to its use of environmentally friendly food processing techniques and its dedication to sustainability. The Safety Council presented the prestigious award during an Awards Luncheon orchestrated at the City of London-based Drapers’ Hall on November 25, 2016.
OSI Group was among the 18 companies across the globe that received the Globe of Honour in 2016. The accolade is given to organizations that have excelled in environmental management. The nominees for the Globe of Honour award must attain five stars after an environmental management audit conducted by the British Safety Council. The contestants must also prove to a panel of specialist that they excel in environment management in all aspects of their businesses.
OSI Group Purchases Baho Food
In line with its business objective of expanding its portfolio of products and services, the OSI Group has purchased Baho Food. The OSI’s CEO, David G. McDonald, stated that the high-status acquisition would expand the firm’s addressable market in Europe. Baho Food is a leading manufacturer of meat products that are sold to food retails and service brands. It has an experience of around 60 years of developing five subsidiaries with well-equipped processing plants in Netherlands and Germany. The five subsidiaries comprise of Gelderland Frischwaren, Q Smart Life, Henri Van de Bilt, Vital Convenience, and Bakx Foods. The OSI’s management team has confirmed that the managing director of Baho Food, John Balvers, and his team of talented managers will retain their executive positions and they will work closely with OSI officials to create a long-term growth plan for the newly formed firm.