The Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of OSI Group, Sheldon Lavin, has built an empire in the meat industry. He also serves with the OSI International Foods Ltd. as their President so that he can maintain and hands on approach within the company and deliver the best results for OSI’s clients. Producing high quality products at an efficient pace are Mr. Lavin’s top concerns in the business.
Mr. Sheldon Lavin funded Otto & Sons in the 1970s. This groups eventually developed into the OSI Group you are aware of today. His involvement with the company is what led it to success and under his leadership it became an international success. He serves and leads his employees with grace and understand, and as such they have a very low turnover rate.
Even though they now have almost 20,00 people in their employment, Mr. Sheldon Lavin Chairman of OSI makes sure each one feels like part of the family and he wants the best for all of them. Thanks to their international advances and the benefits OSI has had on job growth all over, Mr. Lavin was awarded with the Global Visionary Award by the Vision World Academy in India.
A year before that, Mr. Sheldon Lavin received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the group RSM US LLP. He was given that award thanks to his involvement with the business community in Chicago.
Mr. Sheldon Lavin has been in the meat industry for 43 years now, and he has worked hard every single day in order to build his company into the success it now is. OSI now has several subsidiaries including OSI Industries, LLC and OSI International, and OSI International Foods. Mr. Lavin began on this path in 1970 when he funded the Otto & Sons groups and he found success by 1975 when he was able to start expanding internationally. They found themselves growing alongside McDonalds as their main supplier. Mr. Lavin was soon able to expand all the way into South Africa, India, the Philippines, China, and Australia. He is still pushing the company towards further expansion and is always working hard to improve the company.
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