President of OSI Group- David McDonald


     Mr. David G. McDonald, otherwise called Dave, currently functions as the President and Chief Operating Officer at OSI Group, LLC. Mr. McDonald serves as Head of North American Meat Institute, as well as Project Manager of OSI Industries.

Since 2008, McDonald has been a Director at Mafrig Global Foods S.A., and is an elite member of OSI Group’s board of directors. McDonald acquired a degree in Animal Sciences from Iowa State University, in 1987.

Headquartered in Aurora, Illinois., OSI Group is a worldwide pioneer in providing protein items, such as frankfurters and hamburger patties. OSI Group also provides sandwiches and pizza, to various food service and retail companies. The secretly held company runs more than 50 offices in 17 countries, and it is presently utilizing its worldwide effectiveness to increase its presence in China.

OSI has worked in China for 20 years and as the nation’s economy has developed, OSI’s capacity has developed with it. It manages eight processing plants. With two new offices in progress, OSI will be the biggest poultry manufacturer in the country. Last September, the organization executed the plan for another super plant in the Henan region. OSI’s China operations serves major retail chains such as McDonald’s, Yum, Starbucks, Saizeriya, Dad John’s, Burger Ruler and Metro.

McDonald discloses that offering more to its clients is not restricted to manufacturing capacity– it incorporates item advancement too. OSI Group comes together with its customers on the items they have to develop their business and joins forces with its own providers to accomplish that result. McDonald says the cooperating procedure to give the buyers precisely what they need has turned out to be considerably more necessary.

“Early interaction is important to us, and that is the point at which we become highly profitable to them. We contain many specialized assets, and plenty of individuals who are capable of taking those ideas and transmuting them into authentic components.” McDonald clarifies.