David spent most of his childhood in North East of Iowa, and he studied and graduated in the Iowa State University in the year 1987. He was awarded the Wallace E. Barron senior award and obtained a bachelor’s degree in animal science. After graduating, he started his career with the OSI group in Chicago and worked hard until he merited his present position as president of OSI industries. He also plays the role of the chief operating officer. He once served as project manager of OSI industries and played the role of independent director of the Marfrig Global Food.
David has contributed greatly to the success of OSI group. He made his way into the company in the late 1980’s, soon after his graduation from the Iowa University. His commitment to excellence warranted his appointment as president of the company. David also works as a COO of OSI and directs an operation of this organization in Australia.
As president, one of the responsibilities accorded to David is setting strategies for the company. He has facilitated the easy coordination of activities among global logistics members and the local operations. This ensures that the products offered are up to date and meet up the expectations of consumers globally. He is optimistic that the OSI market expansion will yield positive results for them. Among the strategies that David set, is initiating new operations and purchasing food processing industries in certain places.
David stated that OSI purchased Baho, in August 2016, as one of its plan to increase its market existence. This was a great benefit since the items manufactured by Baho would complement OSI’s products. David has overseen the establishment of global networks with teams within the organization and other firms globally. He ensures that every member of the various groups’ have the necessary knowledge of the tastes and preferences of their local clients. David believes that delivery of more goods depends on much more than the quantity produced.
In the year 1992, David steered the OSI company to put up the first processing plant in Beijing. This plant from that time henceforth has been known to provide the best meat for the Chinese consumers. With David spearheading the entire operation, OSI group were given the contract to solely supply meat to people present for the Beijing Olympics in 2008. For more info about us: http://www.osigroup.com/news/ click here.
David was well known for giving impeccable advice to the OSI group. He was greatly involved in the OSI’s decision to give over 252000 pounds of meat to North American organizations. This donation was used to help the less fortunate Americans who would not afford food.Despite the fact that OSI is international in its activities David has established domestic team managers who facilitate efficiency and sensitivity to local cultures and customs.