David McDonald puts OSI Group on a global platform
David McDonald, the ISO group president, was born and raised in Northeast. He attended the Iowa state university, where he graduated in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. This was due to his passion for agriculture from a young age, having grown up in the farms of Iowa. He, later on, got a job at OSI where he worked his way up to being the president of the industry.
Before he became the president of the group, David worked as the project manager of the OSI industries. He is serving as the chair of the North America meat institute and has also been the director of Marfriq Global Foods in southern American. He is also currently a member of the board of directors of the OSI group.
David is currently the president of the OSI group, which is a leading supplier of value-added proteins like sausages, sandwiches and beef patties. The company has spread to over 15 countries. His hard work, integrity, and determination have made him earn the Wallace E. Barron senior award.
Under his leadership, the company has created a partnership with the DOYOO groups and has launched a huge processing plant. David McDonalds has launched some projects like the expansion of Poland beef processing factory, he has directed the opening of a modern feed mill and has also built a frozen food processing facility. All this is due to his plan to make OSI the largest poultry production plant.
The OSI group was responsible for supplying food products during the 2008 Olympic Games at Beijing, where they provided foods such as chicken, beef, and sausages. This tenure was an added advantage to the group since their market grew and David received a stamp on his record for providing impeccable services.
As a method of growing their investments and increasing their demand, the company acquired Baho food. David praised the project, terming it as a stepping stone for the company to extend its market and investment that compliments the OSI existing products. These achievements are due to David’s good relations with local operators and logistics teams.
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