OSI Food Solutions Received Award at the British Safety Council

OSI Food Solutions has been given the Globe of Honour Award at the British Safety Council Awards Luncheon in 2016. This award is given to outstanding companies in the management of environmental-friendly practices. The award was given on November 25, 2016, during British Safety Council’s event in the Draper’s Hall, London.

OSI Food Solutions is part of the 18 organizations that were given the Globe of Honour in the same year. The qualifications to win the award is the company’s capacity to show excellent practices in environmental-friendly guidelines. They must be able to have the five stars in British Safety Council’s environmental scale, during the company’s audit from August of 2015 until July of 2016. OSI Food Solutions met and exceeded the requirements, as they are able to show to a panel of auditors their capabilities to achieve environmental-friendly practices from planning until delivery.

Lynda Armstrong, the Chair of British Safety Council is delighted to give the award to OSI Food Solutions. With present concerns on environmental risks created by non-regulated companies, OSI Food Solutions stands as one of the exemplary organizations that do not merely focus on profit but also for protecting the environment. Not only is this a plus in the health and safety of the consumers, it also represents a valuable company ethic that other companies should imitate.

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OSI Food Solutions is also expanding in their global productions. Recently, the OSI Group in Spain is targeting a high-capacity production for the year ahead. The investment of $17 million is completed in 2017, which allowed the production capacity of OSI’s chicken products from 12,000 tons to 24,000 tons yearly.

In this latest progress, OSI Food Solutions in Spain was able to make 45,000 tons of beef, chicken and pork products. The entire project in the country is set to provide more jobs in the company, adding 20 additional staff to an existing manpower of 140 people.

According to Jose Maria del Rio, the managing director of OSI is Spain, the growth is a response to the demand for chicken products in the country as well as neighboring nations such as Portugal. They have seen the increase in demand for chicken items from about 6%, and they are expecting these trends to gradually increase over time. They are currently preparing for the growth trend by adding new facilities and scaling their production.

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