OSI Industries Is An Industry Unto Itself

Are you familiar with the foodservice industry? Have you ever heard of a company named OSI Industries? Well, this company has been setting newer and better trends in the foodservice industry. It would be extremely hard trying to find a more efficient foodservice provider than this. This company has over 65 high-tech facilities worldwide, and these facilities are located in 17 different countries. What countries actually hosts the facilities?

  • Germany
  • Canada
  • China
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Poland
  • Brazil
  • Ukraine
  • The United Kingdom
  • And more

Of course, this short list only scratches the surface and there are many more that aren’t listed. One of the biggest reasons for the company’s success comes from great leadership. CEO and Chairman Sheldon Lavin has taken this company straight to the top of the ranks. On February 20, 2016, Lavin was presented with the Global Visionary Award at the prestigious Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industry. This award represents perseverance and dedication for turning a dream into a reality. This notion rings true on all levels because OSI Industries was once a domestic food provider. The company has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade.

In 2011, OSI Industries brought in $3 billion in revenue and the affluent Forbes list ranked the company as the 136th largest privately held company in the nation. To add a bit of insult to injury, this company was ranked by Forbes as the 58th largest company in 2014, and it brought in over $6.1 billion. So, what does OSI have to offer? This company is the epitome of concept-to-table solutions. It has extensive capabilities thanks to its remarkable global food supply chain. If custom-foods is your thing, OSI Group will work directly with the client to come-up with the best possible food solution. Culinary innovation centers, test kitchens and pilot plants are the weapons of choice. With so much capability and infrastructure, this extraordinary food provider won’t be going out of business anytime soon.