Friday, September 21, 2012

An Interview with Gomes Baptista Bonda of Marcogon Comercio Geral, LDA-Angola

1. Would you please tell us a little about yourself-family, friends, where you grew up, and hobbies, etc?

First of all I would like to thank you for this interview. I am a very modest person, friendly, and caring. I have a loving family and good friends.

I dedicate most of my time working hard in order to provide for my family, and I like to spend time with my family and friends. I have a heart in helping the less fortunate.
2. What prompted you to think about and eventually decide to go into the bottled water business in Angola?

My first goal is to provide clean water to the community, reducing diseases that result from drinking untreated water, and secondly, to create job opportunity for many jobless people within the community. Finally, to generate means to be able to provide my family.

3. How did you find out about Norland International and how did you decide to go with Norland’s equipment?

I was doing some research for bottled and processing equipment. In this process I contacted my brother to help me find better equipment that will offer us good quality. After corresponding via email and phone, we decided to visit the company in Lincoln, Nebraska. Given the terms and guarantees about the qualities that were offered to me, I decided to buy from Norland.