The OSI Group creates many types of food production and distribution solutions for their corporate clients. They have the capability to perform quite precise processes to match client specifications. They partner with their clients, to design, manufacture, and supply real solutions with advanced intelligence to meet any business challenge. As the OSI Group continues to acquire more exciting companies to grow the already impressive list of offerings, they plan to continue a tradition of high goal setting and overcoming obstacles to achieve those goals.
They have manufacturing centers networked together, around the world, to provide many product and Supply Chain capabilities to meet any need. They are flexible and versatile with their customer relationships. And OSI does that with a dual mission that brings in sustainability. They aim to reduce their environmental impact reduction, through sustainable material and practices. Their Food Solutions plants in Europe, located in Germany, Poland, Austria, Spain, and the UK, are all EMAS certified in their Environmental Statements.
It was the OSI Group that recently acquired controlling interest in Dutch foods producer, Baho Food. The company currently manufactures meat products and other retail food items in the Netherlands and in Germany. Baho is composed of five smaller companies: Bakx Foods, Gelderland Frischwaren, Henri van de Bilt, Q Smart Life, and Vital Convenience. Some of these companies have a long marketing history of over 6 decades in the area of convenience foods, deli meats, and other snacks. They serve a large number of customers in 18 different countries.
OSI Group’s President and COO made a statement from the company’s headquarters in Aurora, Illinois, that detailed how much he and the rest of the top managers at OSI felt that OSI now has a broader presence after they added Baho Food in Europe. The company’s product portfolio of brands are OSI’s main strength. At the same time, they are working to broaden their capabilities. They are dedicated to providing the best service for their customers.
Baho Food’s Managing Director, John Balvers, who along with the whole existing Baho management team, will be staying on to work with some of OSI Group’s most senior leaders. Balvers said of being acquired, that he was excited about becoming part of the big OSI Group. He said OSI has longstanding to both customers and their suppliers. He sees Baho Food as being in a good position to build on their combined experience ranges and move on to enhance their capabilities. He thinks combining their strengths will support their customers better. He also understands how much their overall product portfolio is strategically strengthened.
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