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OSI Group Helps Tyson Food Employees Keep Earning Money

January 16, 2018 • fishcarolina

Tyson Food was about to shut down a facility in Chicago if it was not bought out by someone. The facility would drop 480 jobs in various fields of the plant. The switch to OSI Group did not prevent all the employees from being let go but it did solve the problem for half of them. When the last day came for production at the plant, Tyson had been able to keep 250 employees that would switch over to employees for OSI.

A spokesperson for OSI Group was unable to verify how many people were carried over long term and what any future plans were for the plant. The spokesperson had very little involvement in the release of too much information. OSI did make a statement regarding the facility, stating that the Tyson facility is close to their other facilities in Chicago. The newest addition to the OSI Group would serve as an infrastructure for the growing business.

The facility would go on to enhance the abilities to meet all the needs of the customers that OSI Group serves. The senior VP for OSI North America spoke about the latest addition and stated that it would serve as the broader group for manufacturing within the network of facilities.

OSI is a private held business that specializes in the production of many meat products. The group focuses on breakfast sausage, bacon and chicken. It also provides other services in food and in the retail end, according to the company. OSI currently operates in more than 60 facilities within a large number of countries.

Before OSI Group became involved with Tyson, the facility was already producing prepared meals, tempura chicken and even sauces. It covered a large number of dinner meals and breakfast foods within the facility. When the initial closing was announced by Tyson, the facility was very limited on the number of things that it could do for changing needs of the consumers it was servicing. When the facility was transferred over to OSI, the other facilities in the Chicago area were left open. OSI Group Buys Former Tyson Foods Plant in Chicago.

OSI Group has been a leader in the prepared foods background for many years. They have provided the meat for McDonalds for a number of years. Not only in the United States but also in other countries. They are determined to be the leader of suppliers for many fast food chains. OSI Food Solutions UK Awarded 2016 Globe of Honour by the British Safety Council.

How Hussain Sajwani Built A Financial Empire

December 14, 2017 • fishcarolina

DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani has been an entrepreneur since 1983 when he founded his first business. He has been phenomenally successful and was named by Forbes as one of the top 10 billionaires in the Middle East in 2017. As of September 2017 he was worth about $4.9 billion. He owns a number of companies with the parent company being DAMAC Group. The biggest subsidiary of this is DAMAC Properties Dubai Co. PJSC which is his luxury real estate development firm that builds residential, commercial, leisure, and retail spaces.

As Hussain Sajwani’s companies are headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, quite a bit of his project are in this city or in the surrounding area. He originally started out as an entrepreneur in the catering industry, a company that he started in 1983 and is still very successful as it operates in several countries serving food to those in hospitals, construction project, and military bases among other locations. His next business was building hotels in Dubai during the time where business professionals were increasingly visiting Dubai. Learn more: http://hussainsajwani.com/

The big opportunity that Hussain Sajwani saw in 2002 was when the government of the United Arab Emirates finally opened the country up to allowing foreigners to buy property which to that point had been forbidden. This was when he founded DAMAC Properties so that he could build properties that would appeal to wealthy foreigners who wanted to own property in his country. He has used effusive marketing in order to make his properties attractive for this foreign investment. He has given high-end luxury cars to buyers of the apartments and villas he has built, for example. One time he gave everyone a Jet Ski that bought a unit at one of his residential developments.

Hussain Sajwani is also a philanthropist. As so many children are poor throughout the world they have clothing that is entirely inadequate. Recognizing this fact, the Sheikh of the UAE launched a campaign to clothe children across the globe. Hussain Sajwani, along with his family, donated a large sum of AED two million that ended up providing clothes to about one million children.

Learn more here: http://www.emirates247.com/news/richest-arabs-youngest-billionaire-wealthiest-family-2016-04-17-1.627434