You’re Not Being “Acquired” By OSI Industries, You’re Joining The Team
The worldwide growth of OSI Industries might seem like a monstrous power grab by a cold corporation to the layman, however, nothing could be further from the truth; and as a famous author once wrote, “When you hear the truth, it has a certain ring to it.” OSI Group buys former Tyson Foods plant in Chicago.
With acquisitions such as the Turi Food’s merger in Australia, OSI Industries brings the wealth of knowledge and experience of other fine companies into the fold in a welcoming way that benefits all involved. Consequently benefiting the millions of customers of OSI Industries around the globe. The benefits to the world are the fine food products produced and globally distributed. It’s a harmony of operations skillfully conducted by a staff of over 20,000 people, and the music just keeps on playing.
Otto Kolschowsky is the father of this massive operation which is feeding the world. Everyone knows the importance of food. It’s not just a corporate business model. Even without strict government enforced guidelines and regulations, companies like OSI would still thrive and produce the finest, safest food possible, because the people who run it are the best around. That every rule, regulation and guideline is followed and exceeded, is the mark of excellence, and speaks of the quality of character of all who work at OSI Industries. Second best and cutting corners is not an option, not to mention bad business.
Aside from the tedious details of corporate compliance and regulatory stipulations, the proof is in the pudding, as the saying goes, and each and every morsel produced by OSI Industries must pass their own standards of excellence. Again, it’s the mark of a master and a badge of honor which is not given away; it’s earned.
So, strap on the ol’ feed bag, and give thanks to Otto.
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