Before his current post as Chief Operating Officer and president of OSI Group, LLC, David was the OSI Industries Project Manager. He has worked in other capacities in different companies for example at Marfrig Global Foods he worked as an independent director, and as chairman of North America Meat Institute. David McDonald is one in the board of OSI Group, and a serves as director of OSI International Foods (Australia) Pty Limited. He holds a degree in Animal Science from Lowa State University.
As the president, David has helped OSI to become a leader in the food industry globally. The corporation has 80 branches in 17 countries and leads the way when it comes to the supply of leading food companies such a Burger King, Papa John’s, Subway, McDonald, and Yum. The company has expanded its operation to Geneva, Switzerland, and Hungary.
To increase the company’s stability, David has overseen construction of a beef processing plant in Poland, frozen food processing industry in India, and two poultry processing plants in China. The plant will make OSI China’s largest producer of poultry products. David has gone a step further to strengthen OSI market stability by acquiring Baho Food. Baho Food is a Dutch food processor with operations in Germany and Netherlands. To enhance the sustainability of ISO, David opted to retain Baho employees since they carried valuable experience and expertise that would help ISO improve service delivery as it increases product portfolio.
Following 30 years of being in the industry, OSI Group has interacted and service customers of different tastes, cultural affiliations, and government regulations. As thus, they have collected a wealth of information and experience that has been used to offer exceptional personalized products. To sustain this trend, David McDonald has strengthened relations between OSI’s in-house teams and regional managers. The managers evaluate cultural needs and tastes of the locals and give the feedback to the in-house teams. These teams then come up with designer products that best suit these cultural tastes and preferences.
David McDonald notes that the sustainability of OSI is not just about expansions and acquisition but also maintaining key critical partnerships. ISO leading consumers are involved in most of the company’s moves and giving proper consideration to their recommendations. He notes that they enlighten the company and therefore it is crucial to maintaining such engagements.