Sheldon Lavin, OSI Group CEO

Sheldon Lavin , OSI Group CEO Contributes to Economies in National and Global Communities

Sheldon Lavin, OSI Group CEO has committed 47 years to OSI Industries and OSI Group, LLC expanding to national and international markets. He continues to contribute to communities economically in the U.S. and global by creating jobs and philanthropy generosity. Before Mr. Lavin joined the company, formerly known as Otto & Sons as a partner, he worked as a financial consultant. His BNP Media bio says his business relationship ties to Otto, began in 1970 to the late 1970’s, closing financial transactions and seeking international investments.

Otto & Sons started in 1900 as a family owned meat market in Oak Park, Illinois, and grew to a wholesale meat market, eight years later. The meat business officially received its name, Otto & Sons, in 1928. Between 1929 and 1955, the meat company continued its national growth, becoming McDonald’s main fresh ground beef patties supplier. While Sheldon Lavin, OSI Group CEO was Otto’s financial consultant, he helped to secure the McDonald’s supplier agreement and change its name to OSI Industries. He purchased 50 percent interest of the company, in 1975, and controls 100 percent voting rights of the business.

Since Sheldon Lavin, OSI Group CEO became the leader of the company, communities in the U.S., Brazil, India, Europe, Germany, and other countries are receiving economic growth. OSI Group and all its American and global subsidiaries contribute to philanthropy causes in the communities where their plants and facilities are located. Their international workforce comprises of approximately 21,000 employees providing earned income to thousands of families. Individuals looking for employment with a reputable meat and food processing company can seek opportunities in the U.S., U.K., China, and Germany. Jobs are posted regularly on OSI’s career page, on their website.

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