A world-acknowledged leader in the realm of food processing, manufacturing and distribution, OSI Food Solutions, started its life nearly 100 years ago as a butcher shop in Chicago. Today, it’s roots are still proudly flourishing in the Aurora, Illinois region, where OSI headquarters. However, the butcher shop from Chicago is now a world-wide concern. Under the guiding wing of long-time CEO, Sheldon Lavin, who saw the potential of the business when it was still Otto & Sons, OSI Food Solutions has evolved exponentially, acquiring subsidiaries in North America, in South America, Europe and Asia.
Creating tailor-made protein products has become the company’s signature enterprise, including for the McDonald’s chain of fast-food restaurants, which has been a long-time customer. With more than 60 companies in 17 countries and a state-of-the-art system that has streamlined its operational structure from sourcing, through processing and distribution, OSI has the means to enhance the food options of its clients all over the world. In 2016 the OSI Food Solutions Group added value to its Aurora, Chicago, holdings by acquiring a local Tyson Foods Facility. Cook County documents attest to the purchase price as being 7.4 million dollars.
The deal provided OSI with an additional 200,000 ft. of infrastructure capability in an area proximal to its Chicago-based facility. Tyson had announced the dissolution of the plant a year prior. During the same busy year, OSI Food Solutions also acquired Flagship Europe from the Flagship Food Group, Denver. Flagship inventory offerings included frozen poultry, pies, sauces, dressings and food preparation products, all of which provided an excellent fit with the line of products available through OSI. Both of these savvy acquisitions have only broadened the reach of the company’s distribution and manufacturing capabilities as well as the breadth of the potential offerings of the food-processing world leader.
He was born in Marilla, Brazil. Luis Carlos Trabuco, took the helm for the leadership of Brazil’s largest bank as Chief Executive Officer. He has been working for Bradesco Bank for nearly 40 years and he’s not slowing down anytime soon. Executive staff say Luis Carlos Trabuco Bradesco banking career was meant to be at their bank. He has shown tremendous wisdom and professionalism when it continues to being persistent, which has help him have a very successful career. Read more about Trabuco Bradesco at globo.com.
At a mere age of 18 years old back in 1969, Trabuco Bradesco banking involvement began with his career in banking at the Bradesco Marilia’s branch. Only two years later, he found himself at São Paulo, the banks office headquarters. It didn’t take him long to move up the ranks and have a successful career in 1984 where he became the banks leader of marketing. From 1992 to 1998, he took on the Executive Director role and became president of Bradesco’s exclusive private pension business. A 1999, he career path brought him to the Executive Vice President position. It was in 2003, when he became the President of the companies insurance business. Trabuco Bradesco years show he has been a member of the bank’s board of directors from 1999 to 2005.
As of today he sits on the board of directors of Banco Bradesco,SA, and is Vice Chairman. In addition to that, while he was working in that capacity, from 2003 to 2009 the the Bradesco Seguros Group group welcomed him as Chairman. Finally in 2009, they made him Chief Executive Officer Bradesco bank. Learn more about Trabuco Bradesco at Crunchbase.
From his productive work ethics at Bradseco’s insurance group, Luiz Carlos Trabuco made it to the top as president. While he took the role overseeing management, the company doubled its customer base under his management style to a leadership merger in Brazil. It shows that the insurer had a 25 percent hold on the market and it soon became one of the largest insurance business in Latin America. This has allowed the insurance group to have a 35% in net income. Luiz Trabuco Bradesco presence is known throughout the banking Latin area.