Details of the merger between OSI Group and Rose Packing Inc

Ever since it commenced its operations, Illinois based food processing company, OSI group has been exhibiting an upward growth curve, and that doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon. The company’s growth strategies revolve around exemplary customer care, top quality products, and expansion through acquisition and partnerships. One of its recent expansion moves involves the purchase of Barrington based food service and food retail company, Rose Packing Co. Through the acquisition, OSI group will now be able to set camp in Barrington, hence increasing its footprint across Chicago even more. Even though the terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, there is no doubt that it was a significant transaction, as Rose Packing is already a well-established and influential company in the region.

About Rose Packing

As noted above, Rose Packing Co, Inc is quite an influential company in Barrington. It began its operations back in 1924 and since then, has grown to a company with over 700 employees. It deals with the production of a diverse range of products such as Canadian bacon, boneless turkey, breakfast sausages, pizza, Guinness beer brats, and salad toppings, among many others.

What the leaders think

OSI Group North America’s senior executive vice president, Kevin Scott said that they are glad to have Rosewood on board. He further added that Rosewood being among the oldest companies in the food industry perfectly complements OSI group and directly aids the company’s growth strategy through the provision of its state of the art processing facilities as well as its strong presence in the market.

Rose Packing leaders also shared the same sentiments. Commenting on the matter, executive officer of the company, Dwight Stiehl said that he and his team are looking forward to working with OSI group. According to Dwight, OSI is the perfect fit for Rose Packing as the two companies share the same goals and commitment in pursuit of excellence. Despite Rose Packing being a part of OSI, its management team will not be altered in any way. Instead, the team will join OSI’s leadership panel in propelling the company to more success.

 

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