The merger of Turi Foods and the OSI Group have been completed for their operations in Australia. The new name for the business is now Turosi Pty Ltd. Sam Cuteri serves Turi Foods as the Chairman. In a statement he said he feels the shared ownership of the company will result in a food solutions group that is world class due to both the expertise and similar cultures. He spoke of his anticipation in bringing the dedicated teams of both Turi and the OSI Group together.
The headquarters for Turi Foods is located in Thomastown, Victoria in Australia. The company has facilities all over the state of Victoria. The business is the supplier for quick service restaurants, supermarkets, roast chicken outlets, butcher shops and specialty chicken retailers. One of Australia’s biggest poultry processors is Turi Foods. The OSI Group Australia is classified as a privately owned business. The President of the company is David McDonald. He is involved with the supply chain for retail outlets, foodservice markets and quick service restaurants across the entire region of the Asia Pacific. The OSI Group provides a large range of proteins with their food solutions.
David McDonald spoke of the strong reputations of both Turi Foods and the OSI Group with the customers served by both companies. David McDonald serves the OSI Group as the COO. This the OSI International Foods parent company in Australia. He spoke of the tremendous potential in the merger between Turi Foods and the OSI Group. He believes they will be able to provide innovative new ways to serve their customers. He also believes the merger will create new opportunities for both teams to create excellence. David McDonald referred to the new company as an exciting new organization.
The plans of the OSI Group and Turi Foods include the continuation of the operations of their Geelong, Victoria and Thomastown plants. Products requiring further processing will be manufactured at the plants located in Blacktown, Broadmeadows, Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales and Eagle Farm. Various farming operations for the business are located in Victoria. The expectations are this will be a profitable and successful merger.
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