A company whose growth is attributed to participation in the Chinese food industry for 20 years, OSI Group, recently celebrated its 20th year of operations in the region. It is a prominent food processing organization serving food to McDonald since commencing business in Beijing in 1992. Though OSI Group is an international player in the manufacture of protein enriched foodstuffs, the company localizes its production quality to take advantage of the existing labor pool, comply with government legislations, and to respond to nuances of culture and the preferences of consumers.
The President and CEO of the company are David McDonald, a principal executive in the development of food production chains. He is a perceptive business operator with deep knowledge about the industry. His direct involvement in maintaining organizational discipline, and ensuring there is operational synergy is primarily responsible for the rapid expansion of OSI Group. He plays a leading role in consistently engaging manufacturers of food equipment to design processes that enhance the quality and safety of foods such as inbuilt X-ray tools capable of detecting unwanted particles and other contaminants that might affect the production quality and his account of google.com.
David McDonald believes in the value of proper engagement with the suppliers, manufacturers and consumers to create a business setup in which everyone gets satisfaction. He gives priority to investing in technical and human resources because he understands that it is the only way to keep the company of a vertical sustainability trajectory. By engaging clients, the company translates what they have to say into profitable production concepts. The CEO also understands that development of new products complements the expansion of production capabilities. That is the reason why he puts a premium on collaborations with the suppliers, and the clients to expand the business by providing exactly what consumers need and learn more about David.
Consequently, OSI Group has developed an international network in which personnel from the organization manage plants, and run offices across the world. The skilled professionals are aided by a cadre of local teams of managers who are sensitive to local tastes and cultures. Presently, OSI Group is operating over 50 food production units in 17 countries.