Established over a century ago, OSI Industries has undergone numerous transformations. The brand has embraced new technologies, ventured into new global markets expanded its products list to cover vegetables and more meat products like poultry and pork, and even changed its name. But some of the most important tenets of its foundation that make the brand unique in the eye of its customers haven’t changed. These have played the biggest role in contributing to the company’s success and continued sustainability. They include:
OSI Industries takes pride in coming up with some of the most authentic meat products currently available in the market. According to Sheldon Lavin, OSI industries has a created a company culture around the delivery of some of the freshest and superior quality products since its establishment. The company has therefore put in place several strategies aimed at maintaining this authenticity even as it goes global and captures new markets.
The Sheldon led company started by entering into strategic partnerships or acquiring organically reared animals and vegetable products. For instance, OSI recently acquired Amick Farms a consortium of vertically managed farms specializing in the production of organic poultry products.
Superior customer care services
There is a reason most of OSI Industries first local and international clients stuck with the company even as they went global. Most attribute this to the level of care shown by the Aurora-based food manufacturer. OSI has strived to maintain this superior customer service culture by ensuring that they always meet the client’s supply demands and that orders are dispersed and delivered on time.
This explains why such international food chain restaurants McDonald have continually relied on OSI or meat product supplies since its establishment. Even when both companies ventured into the international scenes, they stuck to their age-old mutual association.
About OSI Industries
The food manufacturing company was started by Otto Kolschowsky in 1909 as a corner butcher shop. It would however gradually evolve into a small family company in the late 1920’s after expanding to wholesale services but remain localized to the United States market. Sheldon Lavin’s into the company would, however, set its success ball rolling and lay the ground for its penetration into the global scene.