OSI Group is one of the largest suppliers of meat products to food service operators. It includes a menu of products such as beef, pork and poultry items such as sausages, hot dogs, beef patties, bacon and chicken nuggets. McDonald’s fast chain is the company’s meat supplier.
It also offers other food processors services such as contract manufacturing, packaging and supply chain Management.The Corporation operates more than 50 production facilities in 17 countries and is still working to broaden activities in other parts of the world.
OSI has operated in China for more than 20 years and has continued to grow with the country’s economy. It has eight factories in operation with two new facilities ongoing. Shortly, the company will be the largest poultry producer in China.
It serves clients such as Subway, McDonalds, Burger King, Yum, Starbucks, Saizeriya and Papa Johns. The company has integrated itself into joint ventures with other operations such as Zhoukou with DOYOO group to create DAOSI which has grown to be the third fully integrated poultry operation in the country.
The company has its real focus on China because of its predominantly growing consumer market in the world as well as its power population. It has been experiencing a positive growth in the country with its customers and focuses on growing with them. For more info about us: https://www.thecaterer.com/articles/493412/osi-group-acquires-flagship-europe click here.
The company has launched seven new processing and production facilities across the world in addition to its efforts in China. It also brags of the greatest feed mill operators in Shandong Province China which has an annual capacity of 600 000 metric tons.
In March last year,anew frozen food processing plant was introduced in Madanapalle India which focuses on manufacturing vegetable products for quick service restaurants and retail. Later in June, a new plant in Geneva 111 was introduced to produce branded and private- label frozen entrees. OSI still works towards significantly growing the operations largely for it to offer more to its customers.
It routinely signs up equipment manufacturers to establish processes that help in food safety measures and quality such as machines with inbuilt x-ray equipment that identifies outlandish products. It also stimulates a more dynamic role with its agriculture suppliers supervising how the products are grown.
The staff also engages with its customers to identify long-term solutions for any complains and to iron out any dissatisfaction. This has turned out to be more valuable for the company since it can understand its customers’ preferences and work on them.