Sheldon Lavin started working at OSI Group in more than 40 years ago where he brought the success of the organization. This is because he brought his skills as an investor and also banking executive. He is the man who pushed OSI Group into the 1970 success and global growth. This is after he became a third partner where he had equal leverage but he later became a half partner, this is after one brother who was the originals sold his interests to him. When the other brother retired, he was able to gain 100 percent of voting control. That is the time he felt that he needed to expand strategically.
The purchase of all joint ventures and acquisitions under Sheldon Lavin are under the well-planned strategy. Sheldon Lavin is a person who feels that purpose is something important and he has been playing an important deal on green innovations. Today OSI Group has more than 20,000 employees and its located worldwide. The happy thing for Sheldon Lavin is to see that his company is having uniform culture and also cohesive despite languages, oceans and industry focuses which separate the facilities.
Sheldon Lavin is aged 85 years and he has no plans to stop but he has the commitments of reducing the impacts of the environment. He has been promoting sustainable supply chain where he has made socially responsible contributions to communities and workers throughout the world. He has also been donating to charities for college funds, chronic illness, sic children and Jewish Organization.
OSI Group started as Otto & Sons in 1955. it was the time when McDonald’s chose the company as its hamburger supplier. It even in 1973 opened a special plant that was to serve McDonald. It is a later period when Sheldon Lavin joined the organization as a board member and later he became the organization partner of the two brothers. The brothers who owned the company were the sons of Otto Kolschowsky. He steered them into the global market because even McDonald was still continued to the rapid market growth.
It was in 1975 when the Otto & Sons were formed to become OSI Group. As time went, the company kept growing and continued to expand. In the 1980s, the group was able to expand to Spain, Brazil, Australia, Taiwan, and Germany. It later had to open two more plants that were located in the US. The company also had some expansion later into Poland, China, Mexico and Philippines in the 1990s where it later continued to brief its production in the US.
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