Sheldon Lavin joined the meat industry approximately 43 years ago after his successful career in the banking sector as well as owning a consultant firm. He became the chairman and CEO of the OSI Group and has since converted the corporation into an international supplier of food products. OSI Group has approximately 20,000 personnel internationally. Sheldon brags of the little employee turnover, which he attributes to the family-oriented culture at the firm that ensures their longevity.
Sheldon Lavin first joined the meat industry in 1970 after he organized financing for Otto & Sons, which was at the time the name for OSI Industries, LLC. In 1975, Sheldon became more involved as Otto & Sons were looking at investments abroad. As such, Sheldon was appointed as a partner together with the two sons after the retirement of their father. Afterward, Sheldon agreed to join the corporation on a full-time basis after he was impressed with the business culture and strategies that the firm employed.
OSI Group then began its journey of expanding through North America and Europe in the 1970s. In the 1980s, it moved to Taiwan and South America. Afterward, it expanded to Australia, China, Japan, South Africa, and the Philippines. By this time Sheldon had gained 100% voting control of the firm. Currently, the OSI Group has over 60 facilities in 16 nations around the universe. Additionally, Sheldon is an active philanthropist involved in numerous charities such as Ronald McDonald House Charities, Jewish United Fund, Evans Scholarship Fund, and Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago among so many others. Contact with Lavin .
On February 20, 2016, Mr. Lavin was awarded the Global Visionary Award by India’s Vision World Academy in a ceremony held in India. The Global Visionary Award recognizes visionaries in different sectors that have accomplished their dreams through persistence and perseverance. He got the awarded during the fifth time that the Academy was honoring distinguished visionaries.
Additionally, OSI Group has won other vital awards including the Globe of Honour Award given by the British Safety Council. The award recognized corporations that had developed creative techniques of minimizing environmental pollution. OSI was also ranked the 66th company in the food and beverage market and named the leading firm in the universe by Forbes. All these awards were made possible because of Sheldon’s impeccable administration.
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