OSI Industries’ International Expansion

OSI Industries, one of the world’s leading food processors, is back in the news again and for good reasons. This global-food processor has partnered with Turi Foods to create a world-class food-solutions group. Turi Foods is an Australian-based company that just so happens to be one of the largest poultry producers, and it supplies quick-serve restaurants, supermarkets, butcher shops and chicken retailors. Both companies share many of the exact same values, and both of the companies have built rock-solid reputations with their clients. The name of this new and improved company will be known as Turosi Pty. “We now have tremendous potential to serve our customers in innovative ways,” said David McDonald, president of OSI.

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OSI Group has went on an acquisition blitz over the past few years by acquiring stake in many of its competitors’ businesses. These businesses just so happen to be Flagship Europe and BAHO Food. Both of these food processors are located in Europe, and they have a considerable amount of subsidiary companies under their roofs. BAHO Food is a private-Dutch company that specializes in the production of convenience foods, snacks and deli meats. “We’ve broadened our range to meet the demands of our customers,” said David McDonald. Flagship Europe, a UK-based food processor, produces a wide range of sauces, dips, dressings and marinades. This new merger will definitely allow OSI Industries to expand into uncharted territories that were once off-limits.

Thanks to acquiring one of Tyson Foods‘ Chicago-based plants, OSI Industries now has an additional 200,000-square-feet of space. This particular plant was purchased back in 2016 for an estimated $7.4 million. It’s business moves like this that has helped to excel OSI Industries. Bigger and better things are in store for this phenomenal food processor, and only time will tell how much farther OSI will excel.

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