OSI Group President David McDonald on expansion plan

OSI Group the biggest food processing company in the world has been looking at ways of expanding its business operations to many places around the globe. The company has been applying the method of acquisition to deal with this issues. Instead of starting their food plants in other countries they have been buying already existing businesses which have goals similar to the ones OSI Group has set. In the last two years, the company has invested heavily in buying companies in foreign land especially in Europe. They have not only expanded their reach to another continent, but they have also invested locally.

In Chicago just near their main offices, they have acquired a processing plant that was formerly owned by Tyson Foods for its processing purposes. The 200 thousand square foot plant has been purchased in anticipation of business expansion in the near future. OSI Group has also gone to another step and has built seven new plants in various parts of the globe. The management of OSI has set its eyes on attracting a huge number of customers to their side. According to a report that was published by Forbes, OSI Group is the biggest privately owned Food Company in the world.

In Europe, OSI group has acquired one of the big players in the food industry called Baho Foods. Baho is a Dutch company that has processing plants in Netherlands and Germany. It is made up of 5 subsidiaries which supply food to about 18 countries in the region. The acquisition of Baho foods will assist OSI group to penetrate the European market easily. The deal to acquire Baho will accelerate the growth of the American company since this is one of the areas where there is a huge consumption of processed food products. In the agreement that was signed between Baho and OSI Group, the management of Baho will be retained and will be the one to run the operations of ISI Group in the area.

About David McDonald

David McDonald is the president of the company. He is the person behind the expansion efforts the company has been making. The group is aiming to increase its market presence all over the world. It is hoping that by acquiring established companies in various parts, they will have an easy time penetrating and getting acceptance from the customers. David worked as a project manager for this company before he was promoted to be the president.

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Sheldon Lavin Speaks On Opening Of New Philippines Facility

OSI Industries is one of the world’s best meat market distributors with facilities in 17 different countries and services provided to 40 total, and their Philippines subsidiary Gen OSI now has a new facility. OSI Industries CEO Sheldon Lavin helped fund the construction of this facility that has advanced processing equipment and can house up to 23,000 metric tons in product. Lavin remarked in a statement in a Meat+Poultry article that this Canlubang Industrial Estate facility further enhances OSI’s commitment to delivering affordable products to the Philippines region while ensuring they’re manufactured to the highest quality with top safety standards.

Sheldon Lavin has been investing in big processing centers like the GenOSI one since he joined OSI Industries back in the early 1970s. He actually had built a whole other career at that point in banking and financial consulting before he was approached by the owners of OSI which was then known as Otto & Sons. Lavin was dedicated to consulting business, but he agreed to be the intermediary for Otto & Sons in procuring a loan for a new plant they wanted to build because he had a working relationship with the bank where the loan was financed. Over the next ten years Lavin went from being an outside consultant to moving inside the Otto & Sons management circle, and with his valuable input the owners decided to appoint him as CEO much to the delight of McDonald’s, the company’s biggest partner. When the two owners retired, they sold Lavin the rest of their shares and he became owner and chairman of the renamed OSI Industries company.

Every company venture that Lavin has undertaken has been successful not only because OSI puts out high volumes of products, but also because they do market research into each region they expand into and build relationships with the locals. Even though Lavin and OSI Industries have acquired meat and food distribution companies like GenOSI and others in the European market, they do not tend impose their own operating philosophies on those companies without looking at what’s made them successful and how they could be improved. Rarely ever does the workforce at those companies be replaced either because Lavin is all too willing to welcome current employees to the OSI family. His generosity also extends beyond business to supporting charities like the Jewish United Fund and the Ronald McDonald House. His accomplishments were also celebrated in 2016 when he won the Global Visionary award.

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Heal N Soothe Offers Long-Term Relief From Pain

     Heal N Soothe is packed with powerful and hard-working enzymes that promote healing and reduce inflammation without any side effects. Heal N Soothe also does not contain any animal products and provides long-term freedom from pain rather than just a quick fix such as many painkillers offer.

Heal N Soothe contains many natural pain fighters such as proteolytic systemic enzymes that fight inflammation and help the body to break down scar tissue and cleanse the blood. These enzymes also boost cardiovascular, immune, and respiratory function. Heal N Soothe also contains bromelain which reduces inflammation, prevents swelling, and helps to rid the body of toxins from the blood. It also contains turmeric extract, papain, Boswellia extract, rutin, Mojave yucca root. Tumeric extract is an antioxidant that destroys pain-causing free radicals. Papain also destroys free radicals that cause pain and swelling. Boswellia extract supports healthy blood circulation, and rutin is a strong anti-inflammatory. Mojave yucca root supports healthy digestion, and ginger extract decreases the number of prostaglandins which cause the body to feel pain. Devil’s claw is very effective for treating arthritis and Heal N Soothe also contains citrus bioflavonoids which helps to protect the body from oxidative damage.

In order to get the many great benefits of Heal N Soothe, all it takes is one dose a day but can be taken up to three times a day. It should be taken 30 minutes before on an empty stomach or at least 60 minutes after a meal. It only costs about $59 for a month’s supply of Heal N Soothe, and it can be purchased on their website or on Amazon.

Heal N Soothe is a natural product that promotes healing and does not have harsh side effects. It reduces inflammation by targeting the biochemicals that cause inflammation soothe body can repair, create, and regenerate any injured tissues. By reducing inflammation, the heart can improve, memory function can improve, and cancer can be prevented, and recovery can take place. By taking Heal N Soothe daily, the body can also recover more quickly from strains, sprains, bruises, contusions, surgery, joint pain, and fractures.

Heal N Soothe contains many powerful pain fighters such as Papain, Boswellia, Rutin, Ginger, Turmeric, and Bromelain, just to name a few. Enzymes have been proven to be a powerful defense against inflammation, and Heal N Soothe uses Systemic Enzyme Therapy to help heal the body faster and naturally.

 

USHealth Advisors, Touching Lives in Many Unique Ways

If you’ve never heard of USHealth Group or USHealth Advisors, you might want to check them out. The company, which is based in Texas, has been in business for over 50 years. Specializing in insurance products, they work to give their customer’s peace of mind during some of life’s greatest challenges. The company also works with community organizations to spread goodwill around the globe. The company’s charitable organization is known as HOPE (Helping Other People Everyday). The project has been helping for over 10 years and has assisted in many different types of causes. The program was started by USHealth Group CEO Troy McQuagge.

In the beginning, HOPE partnered to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. It’s since been helping veterans, children, and many other worthwhile causes. The company also supports its agents by helping them get on a path to financial independence and success.

Randy is an agent with a story to tell. He was a baseball star in both high school and college. Unfortunately, Randy also had worn down his shoulder playing ball. After a major surgery, he continued playing. He eventually had shoulder troubles again and decided he’d need to pursue another career.

After graduating college, Randy was recruited by Connie of USHealth Group. She thought he’d make a fantastic agent and tried to get him signed on. Randy’s confidence shook, he was hesitant to join, but eventually did. After getting his licensing and being able to see what the business entailed, he wanted to quit yet again. Follow USHealth Advisor on Twitter

At this point, Randy realized that he’d be best served by a mentor. His mentor was Kevin, who showed him the ropes, and introduced him to top producers in the area. Through even more education and persistence, Randy went on to become a top producer. Connie’s promises became true, and he began loving his career and the people he helped.

Randy and the HOPE program are a small sampling of the lives USHealth Group has touched. The company has also been recognized with numerous awards for CEO leadership, outstanding sales and customer service and corporate social responsibility. More information regarding USHealth Group can be found on their website at https://www.ushealthgroup.com.

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JEREMY L. GOLDSTEIN, THE REMARKABLE LAWMAN.

Jeremy Goldstein is a practicing lawyer based in New York. He is a Juris Doctor (J.D) graduate from New York University. He also studied for Master of Arts at the University of Chicago and for his Bachelor of Arts in Cornell University where he emerged with distinctions. The founder of Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates previously worked in partnership with Wachtell Lipton Rosen and Katz from July 2000 to June 2014. He then started his private firm in June 2014 and worked there up to date. Learn more: http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/philanthropy/

 

Jeremy Goldstein has been in collaboration with various renowned corporations such as Goldman Sachs, Bank of America as well as Verizon. He has also been involved in corporate dealings and transactions between several companies for the last ten years. For example, between Sanofi-Aventis and Genzyme, between Phillips Petroleum Company and Conoco Inc. among others. He majors his law skills on corporate governance issues as an executive compensation lawyer. His remarkable work has earned him recognition and enabled him to be shortlisted among the best attorneys to seek legal advice from within a publication by ‘Legal 500’.

 

Jeremy Goldstein has shared his knowledge about the law using several posts such as; ‘compensation committee guide ‘ posted in 2014, ‘the spin-off guide, among many others. In one of his publications titled ‘Shareholder Activism and Executive Compensation,’ he advises companies to reconsider their compensation plans and programs in the new light of impending effects brought about by fluctuations of shareholder activities.

 

Jeremy Goldstein advises firms on programs that are based on either incentives or performance pay programs. The EPS (Earnings per Share) is emphasized as an effective method to influence the company’s pay to each employee. This is due to the fact that it is directly linked to stakeholder investment or cashing out. Despite the arguments against EPS, Jeremy advises that companies should strike compromise to the method and take the good. He insists that the responsibility of company leaders such as CEOs is key to finding a workable plan for the company. In addition, this guarantees the sustainability of the company growth, reputation as well as shareholder investment.