The OSI Group is a premier supplier of custom food products to global food services and leading retail food brands. Today, OSI is one of the largest private companies in the U.S. offering unparalleled reach and resources.
The group has the capability of developing custom food products and runs a global supply chain management, which includes sourcing, processing, and distribution. OSI delivers customized food products that fit its customers’ operations and maximizes their opportunity on The Caterer.com. What’s more, the company runs over 65 world-class facilities located in 17 countries and employs over 20,000 people.
The OSI Group supports its clients’ global presence, operations, and future growth plans by being consistent and responsive. The company is committed to ensuring food safety, quality assurance, and extensive custom production capabilities. With over 100 years of operations, the group is well poised to not only survive but also grow in the global market at https://www.linkedin.com/company/osi-industries.
OSI Recognized by Forbes Magazine
OSI Group came number 58 on Forbes Magazine’s list of largest privately-held companies in America. The company’s annual revenue at Career Builder as at 2015 was over $6.1 billion. Located in Aurora, Illinois, the holding company serves food service and retail industries with products like meat patties, hot dogs, fish, pizza, bacon, vegetable products, and poultry.
OSI Group Acquires Former Tyson Foods Processing Plant
In 2016, the OSI Group bought a Chicago-based processing plant from Tyson Foods for $7.4 million. In November 2015, Tyson Foods on bnpmedia.com had already announced that it planned to shut down its processing facility in Chicago leading to the retrenchment of 480 workers. However, by June 2016, the plant’s new owner (OSI Group) retained at least 250 employees.
Caroline Ahn, the spokeswoman for Tyson Foods, said that the company was glad that the new plant owners would absorb a huge number of its former employees on Crunchbase. On the other hand, OSI’s spokesperson, Alison Kovaleski, said that the exact number of people to be employed at the plant was not yet clear. She added that presently, she did not have any final plans concerning the facility since OSI discloses little about its operations.
On its official website, OSI revealed that the new facility was instrumental in its business growth strategy and that it had the infrastructure needed to support future expansion. OSI is always keen to meet the high expectations and evolving needs of its global customers. Kevin Scott, a senior OSI executive VP for North America said that the group was excited to add the Chicago plant to its broad manufacturing network.