The last century has seen an exponential growth of OSI Industries as a food processing company. The company that has established food networks across the US and further extended into Europe. Being the largest privately owned company in America, the food company has developed infrastructural and financial resources that have enhanced its production and distribution of cuisine products and services. Through entrepreneurial desire and dexterity found at the core of the company, customized food products have been made available to the market. Additionally, employees have also been attracted to this blue chip company.
Working at the OSI industries can be exciting. Apart from being well-organized, the members of staff in the food company are well disciplined. In addition, the job environment allows a new employee to learn easily and faster due to the good support that is be provided even from other departments. Also, the company has many opportunities for career growth arising from the many years of experience gathered during operation. Career growth opportunities have also been enhanced by good management and the high rate of expansion of the company in the food industry.
The expansion of OSI Industries has increased tremendously through several mergers and acquisitions. In August 2016, the company managed to acquire a controlling stake in Baho Food. This purchase of the Baho Food Company was a strategic move by the acquiring company to have a broader presence in the European market. As a result of buying of the Dutch company that manufactures convenience diets and deli meats, the new parent company gained more access to the service of food and retail market segment in Europe.
Apart from Baho Food Company, OSI Industries also made an acquisition of Flagship Europe Company. The buying of Flagship Europe Company that took place in December 2016 created an opportunity to venture into supply of poultry refrigerated products, mayonnaise, sauces, and a cuisine of delicious pies in the UK. In this regard, the business expansion has widened the capacity to conveniently serve the ever changing needs of the customers in Europe.
Another firm that was also acquired recently was the Tyson Foods plant. It took the Aurora-based food processed company more than 7 million to purchase the former Tyson Foods plant. Consequently, the acquiring of a new plant increased the production of a range of meat products that is now serving an expanded market in Midwestern US. Consumers in this region can now have an increased supply of meatballs, sausage breakfast, and bacon among other tasty foods.