David McDonald Believes That OSI Group Is Poised For More Growth In The Chinese Market

     For the past 20 years, the OSI Group/Industries has grown together with the Chinese economy. December 12, 2012, marked the 20 years since the company made a debut in the Chinese food industry. Over time, OSI Group has grown by leaps and bounds to become one of the most acclaimed brands in the global food industry.

During the 2008 Olympic games that were held in the Chinese capital of Beijing, the multinational stamped its authority in the food sector by supplying over 113 tons of food to the sea of humanity that had come to participate or spectate the once in four years event. Some of the leading retail brands that OSI Group works with in China include, Papa John’s, Yum, Saizeriya, McDonald’s and Starbucks.

OSI Group’s extensive growth has been realized mainly because its management is made up of some of the most creative and hardworking individuals. One of these executives is David McDonald who serves as the President of the conglomerate. According to David McDonald, the network of OSI Group that includes human capital, offices, and factories spread across multiple destinations in the world has been the reason behind the success of the company.

Despite the fact that OSI Industries has a global presence, David McDonald always strives to ensure that the business employs local management teams that are keen on what local customers want.

The OSI Group has its main offices located in Aurora, US. The firm is one of the biggest suppliers of everyday food commodities such as breakfast sausages, pizza, pork, and beef. At the moment the company is ranked as one of the largest privately-held company in the United States.

Besides being OSI Group’s President, David McDonald doubles up as the Chief Operating Officer of the enterprise. He also holds an executive role at the North American Meat Institute. The acclaimed executive, David McDonald, went to the Iowa State University where he was conferred with a degree in animal science.

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