OSI Industries is today one of the major global food producers. The company has branches and partnerships in Australia, Mexico, Hungary, Pacific Rim, Austria, and Brazil because of its strategic growth from late 80’s to early 90’s.OSI Asia- Pacific was marked by the partnership with K&k Foods in Taiwan in 1987. Three years later, Gen OSI in the Philippines was established and WFOE, Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise was established in Beijing China in 1992 and another plant in Shanghai in 1996.

Due to the improvement of China economy, OSI Industries did not only continue to provide products but also attracted more clients. They included Subway, Burger King, Starbucks, Yum, Subway, and Saizeriya. In the United States, the company collaborated with Nation Pizza and Foods in 1994. Two years later, it acquired a company in Oakland, Iowa, which specialized in hot dogs, bacon.

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In late 90’s OSI Industries got an interest in poultry products and as a result, acquired Moy Park in 1996. The other company to be purchased was the East Coast Company, Amick Farms a deal that was sealed in 2006. The move marked a significant boost in the company’s diversification. In China’s Shandong province, Weihai poultry was acquired in 2010, and the year, another deal, named SunOSI was sealed in Fujian Province. The expansion of OSI Industries in Australia and India was facilitated in the 90s and 2000’s. During the end of the 21st century’s first decade, OSI was still operating many plants across the world from its Metropolis headquarter. Its growth in China and Europe continue with an increase in its products like Sausages, pizza, hamburger to name but a few.

In its diversification procedure, OSI Industries continued its investment in Japan through JOC Foods. There way the company diversified in Europe and China went simultaneously with the increase in the number of its product. In 2011, it opened a dry sausage plant in Western Jordan, Utah and for frozen items in Geneva in 2012. Another major step is the acquisition of Baho Foods in Europe, which took place in 2016. The Dutch-based company has other branches in Germany and specializes in meat and other food products. The contract was aimed at boosting the company’s supply in the European market. To accomplish its mission, OSI acquired Flagship Europe, which was later named creative Foods Europe in 2018. These European deals led to the opening of an office Gersthofen, Germany to serve as the regional office to the branches.

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