David McDonald is among the most accomplished leaders in the food industry. He has successfully led OSI industries to be among the top privately owned companies in the United States. David has a background in animal health where graduated with a bachelor’s degree in animal science from the Lowa State University. His expertise in animal health and food processing has helped him to build OSI Industries to what it is today. He currently serves as the President and the Chief Operating Officer of the company. OSI Industries is a company that is renowned globally for producing high-quality meat products that are supplied to the top fast food retail outlets around the world. The company has pitched a tent in various countries around the globe that include Asia, European countries, and America.
David McDonald has been serving OSI Industries as the President since 1987. He also has other leadership roles in other organizations that include the North American Institute of Meat where he serves as the chairman. David also at one point served as the project manager for OSI Industries.
David McDonald has successfully led OSI Industries into acquiring other related companies and setting up of new facilities in new territories. These acquisitions have enabled OSI Industries to expand processing capabilities to cater for the growing demand for their products in different parts of the world. Some of the most recent acquisitions by the company include the purchasing of former Tyson Foods facility in Chicago. This meat processing facility was almost closing down, and a lot of people would lose their jobs. To support the industry and create new job opportunities, OSI industries purchased Tyson Foods and absorbed the majority of their employees on their premises. Tyson foods facility has picked up well, and it has helped OSI Industries to cement their authority as the premier food processor in U.S.
In a similar move, OSI Industries also acquired Baho Foods, a food processing, and supplies facility in Europe. David McDonald noted that they went for Baho Foods since they have a lot in common with OSI Industries. The acquisition would help OSI Industries to set foot in the lucrative European Food industry.