OSI Group Acquires Australian Food Manufacturer

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OSI Group has been a growing organization from its beginning days. The leadership at OSI pushes for expansion on a regular basis. The company is structured in a manner that allows it to seize opportunities that larger businesses cannot. OSI is a privately owned enterprise. It was listed by Forbes as the 58th largest privately owned company in the world with a net worth of over six billion dollars. OSI currently has 65 plants operating in 17 countries. Its employee base is well over 20,000.OSI Foods International Australia merged with Turi Foods. Turi Foods is the largest producer of poultry in the country of Australia. The new partnership will be known Purosi PTY LTD. The two organizations will work in concert with one another to benefit from the others resources.

OSI International Foods Australia is a subsidiary of OSI Group LLC.OSI Group has made other newsworthy acquisitions in order to maintain its position as a leading player in its industry. The company purchased Tyson Foods in Chicago. Tyson Foods had been in business for quite some time and was threatening to close. Shutting down would have disenfranchised many of its current employees. Leaders that OSI Group were able to prevent this occurrence.Baho Foods and Flagship Food Group are two other European organizations that OSI acquired in order to strengthen the company’s presence in the European region.

Both Baho Foods and Flagship Food Group bring unique attributes to the business arrangement. They specialize in aspects of the market that OSI had not ventured into yet. It will help the organization diversify its ability to serve an international client base.OSI Group has grown from a local meat market in the Chicago area to a worldwide organization in the span of over 100 years. The company has been able to do so by sustaining a consistent principle of growth and international influence. Leaders at the organization such as David McDonald and Sheldon Lavin credit OSI’s solid support system as the reason why their organization has been able to sustain its mission over the decades.