Sheldon Lavin, OSI Group CEO

Mr. Sheldon Lavin is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the OSI Group, LLC. At 81-years of age, he is active and continues to lead the company to global success.

OSI Industries has earned its distinction as a provider of meat and food processing. This enterprise extends into areas including Europe, Japan, South Africa, Australia and India.

Overall, they operate more than 55 facilities in 17 different countries.

First established in 1909 by German immigrant Otto Kolschowsky as a family owned and operated small meat market, it continued to progress.

Later on in the year 1928, the name was changed to Otto & Sons. Recognized as a place that served quality meats, they became a supplier to a new business establishment called McDonalds in 1955.

Attempting to grow their business Otto & Sons needed financial help; fortunately, they met Sheldon Lavin on their journey to their goal.

Mr. Sheldon Lavin had an academic background in finance and accounting. He had started working for the banking industry and created consulting firm.

In the 70s, he became a partner with the Otto brothers and after they retired, Sheldon assumed the role of leadership to learn more: https://www.facebook.com/public/Sheldon-Lavin click here.

During the 80s, Lavin was able to advance OSI Group into even more countries unto the present. For example, in 2016 he acquired Baho Foods, a Dutch company that distributes deli meat and snacks throughout Europe.

Sheldon Lavin received multiple awards for his outstanding entrepreneurial skills, as well as increasing the status of OSI Industries.

He is also a philanthropist, giving to various charities including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Jewish United Fund and The United Negro College Fund.