There is always something new that technology has to offer. Just when you think you are there, some genius innovator is working on another step ahead. For a company like the OSI Industries, technology has played a major role in its expansion. The company has been in business for an entire century. It began as a simple butchery established by a German Immigrant as a way to make ends meet for his family. Now the company is recorded among the largest privately owned companies in the whole of America with a worth of more than six billion dollars according to Forbes. Despite this, the company is always looking for new ways to improve.
One of its recent attempts at expansion has been the adoption of new technology that will enable the company to increase its chicken processing ability. One of the largest operations in OSI Industries is the recently established Spain based operation hose main product is Chicken. The new high capacity production line which has begun operating in Spain has made it possible for the establishment to increase its production by 100 percent from 12000 tons to 24000 tons. The increase in production has led to the increase in the number of employees by twenty and a definite increase in profit for the entire franchise. The company has also launched a new building to house the production.
About OSI Industries
OSI Industries is a food processing company that deals in dough and vegetable products, meat patties, pork and fish products, pizza, bacon, and hot dogs. The company boasts of owning and operating more than 65 facilities in 17 countries in America and beyond. The company also offers its food service and retail customers with branding services, placing their label or brand on a number of items that they deal.
From the humble beginning of a family owned butcher shop, OSI Industries got its big break supplying for the McDonald enterprise which opened international doors for the company. currently, OSI Industries has taken up several other popular fast food chains in America and China like the Subway, Starbucks, KFC, Pizza Hut and Papa Johns Pizza.