It does not matter where one starts fromsince they would still achieve their great dreams if they don’t lose hope along the way. Sheldon Lavin is a man who knows the lesson of perseverance all too well. His career kicked off from collar jobs, and he is currently the President and Chairman of OSI Group. The company has been performing well for more than a century now. It has opened many branches globally. They majorly focus on manufacturing safe foods, eco-friendly ethics, and sustainable values. The growth that the company has enjoyed over the years has seen the company venture into different platforms available in the market. At the onset of the company, Sheldon Lavin got into a partnership with Otto Kolschowsky’s sons to be supplying McDonald’s with hamburger.
All this time, the firm was operating under Otto & Sons Company. Later, in 1975, the firm rebranded to OSI Group as a result of steady effort. The company had expanded globally since 1980. Its headquarters are in several countries such as China, Poland, Mexico, Spain, Brazil, Taiwan, Germany, Austria, and the Philippines among other countries. The company later ventured into the poultry business, and it expanded into the American market. They started distributing their beef to the consumers in Japan, and Australia. Due to his ambition in business, Sheldon Lavin decided to partner with Canada, UK, and Germany so that he could sell his beef products via Pickstock across Europe. Select Ready Foods in Canada, helped the company sell more of their meat products as opposed to selling to a few clients.
EDEKA also helped Sheldon’s company in Germany. The ambition that Sheldon Lavin had did not stop at his foreign ventures. He kept on pursuing lucrative deals since he knew he was a business leader with potential to do the unimaginable. He later ventured into manufacturing where he used a Chicago company to keep and preserve the OSI Group products. Some of the notable achievements that he accomplished are connected to Baho Food. Sheldon bought this food processing company to help him produce and supply various meat products in the Netherlands, and Germany. The company employs approximately 20,000 workers across 17countries globally. Also, he is very philanthropic, and he gives back to Jewish organizations, sick children, chronically ill patients, and providing grants to college students.