OSI Food Solutions food company has been expanding its presence locally and internationally. Under the leadership of Sheldon Lavin, the company has been trying as much as possible to bring to order its operations in different countries. It is trying to win as many customers as possible in different regions around the world. Even as they do this, they are keen on expanding their operations in areas they already dominate such as in the local market in the United States. The company is aiming ta selling more goods to their clients in North America and Europe. These are some of the places where the consumption of processed foods is high.
OSI Food Solutions is doing great work in expanding its food business in North America. Due to the increase in demand for processed foods, the company has acquired a production plant that was previously owned by Tyson Foods. This plant measures about 200,000 square feet, and it is one of the largest in the country. The purchase of this company will help the company to come up with solutions that will work in terms of taking more food products to the people. When looking at the impact of this acquisition, it will enable OSI to supply more food products in the local market.
The international expansion of OSI Food Solutions is something that is currently going on. Despite being in 17 countries, OSI Food Solutions still wants more. The leadership of the company is still doing very well in the industry, and we are likely to see a lot more happening in terms of growth. In recent years, the focus has been on Europe. This company is trying as much as possible to take over the European market as can be seen in the recent acquisitions as well as the expansion of one of its plant.
Baho Food is a Dutch food company that has been acquired by OSI to expand its operation in these countries where it has some influence. It is an established company that will definitely assist OSI to accomplish its mission of gaining customers from the market controlled by Baho Foods.
The UK based food company was recently renamed Creative Foods so that it could get a more inspiring name. Just as with Baho, the reason for the acquisition was to build a business relationship that would be of mutual benefit to both companies.