McDonald’s is the chief operating architect and the president of the OSI group. OSI group was found in 1992 in China and served as a food processing firm since then. Its first successful operation was launched in Beijing and has since seen enormous growth in China.
Mr. McDonalds has a Bachelor of Science in Animal science from the Lowa State University. He has more thirty years of working experience in the industry. His academics had a great impact on his success and appointment as the chairman of the North American Meat Institute. His success is found from the experience he got at various positions and experience in international business.
At OSI industries, he served as a project manager as well as in the North American Meat Institute as a chairperson. He also serves as a director of the board of the OSI international foods limited in Australia. Marfrig Global foods hired him as an independent director. After another company acquired the interests of the OSI group in the Brazil and Europe, McDonald retained his positions.
In the year 2000 when the Beijing Olympics were held, OSU group was tendered to provide over 100 tons of different food products. Among these items included onion, pork, eggs, chicken, and beef. It received tremendous feedback from the Olympic committee for their services. The company received no complaints which were a great landmark in their success. They have since adopted food practices and supplies that improve customer satisfaction. The company has since been entrusted for the supply of animal products by renowned brands such as the Papa John’s, Starbucks, Subway, and McDonald’s.
McDonald appreciated the move by OSI group to acquire the interests of Baho foods. He was categorical that Baho foods were a great compliment to the company portfolio of brands and products. It will broaden the client-serving ability of company. He also said that Baho foods would catalyze their growth strategy as well as improve its customer base.
McDonald leadership has helped OSI groups create meaningful partnerships with suppliers to enhance its food sustainability. The OSI food solutions that he created educate farmers in Europe on ways of reducing footpad lesions in chicken.
He also oversaw the development of the wastewater reuse project that was set in Taiwan. This project helps to purify water and reuse it for non-food activities. This has greatly improved the sustainability, efficiency, and innovation in the supply of food.
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