The Tenure Of Sheldon Lavin At OSI Group

Sheldon Lavin is the current chief executive officer and chairman of the OSI Group. As the Corporate President of OSI International Foods Ltd, Mr. Lavin has built himself a reputation in the meat and food processing industry. OSI Group began as Otto & Sons until when Mr. Lavin came in as a managing partner in the 1970s. In fact, he initiated the rebranding of once a small meat supplier and made it a global food processing firm.

OSI Group currently operates in over 60 countries around the world, and Mr. Lavin has been instrumental in its exponential growth. He joined OSI Group in the 1970s when it ran as Otto & Sons, and he doesn’t plan to quit anytime soon. Mr. Lavin boasts of his vast knowledge in the field of finance and accounting and leverages it to drive OSI Group to prosperity. The Northeast Bank and the Sheba Foundation are some of the places where Sheldon Lavin worked in the past as the Director. OSI Group has won numerous prestigious awards such as the 2016 Globe of Honor under the stewardship of Mr. Lavin. In fact, Mr. Lavin says that this is just the tip of the iceberg as he looks forward to leveraging his top-notch leadership style to make OSI Group an award-winning organization. He felt honored and humbled for winning such a prestigious award, and he boasts of his efforts that have made OSI Group grow into a powerhouse it is today in the meat and food processing industry.

India recently awarded Sheldon Lavin with the Global Visionary Award for his role in creating tons of job opportunities for the Chinese locals. The efforts of Mr. Sheldon Lavin have been instrumental in making OSI Group the successful venture it is today. Mr. Lavin previously served as the Chief Executive Officer and chairman on the Ronald McDonald House Charities’ Board of Trustees. Sheldon Lavin is an inspiring CEO who has devoted his life to helping others. He hopes that the future leaders of OS Group will follow in his footsteps to maintain its status in the global marketplace.

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