David McDonald Talks about What Makes OSI Group So Successful

David McDonald is one of the most noted business executives in the corporate world of the United States. He currently serves as the COO and President of the OSI Group, which is one of the largest food suppliers and solutions provider in the world. The company has 65 manufacturing facilities in 17 countries with a workforce of over 20,000 people. It showcases the scale at which the company operates. The foundation of the company was led in the year 1955 when Otto Kolschowsky founded the company, which later was sold to a businessman that led to the massive expansion it witnesses today and that is already growing.

David McDonald has been with the OSI Group for many years now and understands the intricacies of the food business completely. He has also studied Animal Science from the Iowa State University, which further expands his knowledge on meat and food processing. It helps him in ensuring complete hygiene and safety in the manufacturing process to ensure the customers always get the best from the OSI Group. David, in a recent interview, said that one of the reasons why its company has been so successful in different markets globally is because of the combination of its global and local approach.

Even though the company is based in the United States, the company is flexible in ensuring that it inherits and acclimatizes with the local business and food culture to produce and provide what the customers are looking for. As a private company, David says that his company is flexible and prioritizes in winning the trust of the customers to establish long-standing relationships with the clients. David McDonald is helping the company makes long term partnership with its overseas customers by understanding what they are looking for after complete survey. By ensuring quality control and understanding the needs of their local customers, they are able to expand their services in many different countries. He knows that overseas business needs time and they are ensuring that there is a trust between the company and its partners so that everyone can benefit from it.

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