Mr. David G. McDonald is the current COO and president of OSI Industries. Before his current roles in OSI Industry, Mc Donald held the position of project manager at OSI. He also acts as the chairman of North American Meat Institute. After Marfrig acquired the OSI operations in Europe and Brazil, David became an independent director for the company. He sits on the board at OSI and serves as a director of the Australian branch of OSI Food Industry. Mr. McDonald graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Animal Science.
OSI Group is an international company that supplies meat products including pizza and sandwiches to other food companies. The company has businesses in over 17 countries and serves brands like McDonald’s, Burger King among many others. The company has made improvements and recorded an upward growth rate. David has taken up several projects that have ensured the sustainability of the enterprise. He has launched a joint venture with DOYOO Group in China. The joint venture is called DaOSI and have made significant strides in the production of poultry products in the Chinese market. Under McDonald’s management, the organization has launched a facility in Poland for beef processing. Additionally, they have opened a frozen food processing industry in India. McDonald has also penetrated the Geneva and Hungary markets. Most importantly, the company has established a global network. Further, he ensures that the management team constitutes of individuals with a clear understanding of the cultures and tastes of the people.
In early 2016, OSI Group acquired a Dutch manufacturer of convenience foods called Baho Foods. However, the financial transactions weren’t released to the public. According to the president and COO of OSI Group, the addition of Baho Foods to their portfolio sought to give OSI a broader presence in Europe. Further, he said that Baho Foods portfolio complemented OSI processing strengths and broadened their ability to serve their customers. Baho has five subsidiary plants based in Germany and Netherlands. The five companies meant that OSI would increase its presence in over 18 European countries in which Baho served. Information released showed that the managing director of Baho Foods and his team would remain as part of the workforce and help in the transitioning. It was his idea that the combined strengths of the two houses would enable them to serve their customers better. Additionally, the transaction would accelerate the growth of the companies and help in the realization of set goals.