Angola: Portuguese fish company wants to set up in Angolan market

9 June 2008

Luanda, Angola, 9 June – Portuguese fish, trade and food industry company Soguima plans to set up in the Angolan market, the company’s chief executive António Guimarães said Saturday in Luanda, at the International Food and Drinks Fair, Alimentícia 2008.

Speaking to Angolan news agency Angop, Guimarães said that Soguima was carry out a study of the Angolan market and meeting with businesspeople and operators working in the fishing sector, to be the official representatives of its products.

“The event ends Sunday, but so far we have set up at least 20 agreements with Angolan companies to be their suppliers of salt cod,” Guimarães said.

Soguima, which processes and sells fish products, was set up in 1989 and took part in Alimentícia for the first time this year.

Angolan and foreign exhibitors took part in Alimentícia 2008 and Portugal was represented by the highest number of companies. (macauhub)