Bridgeway commits to growth

The management of Bridgeway Corporation says the growth and development of Liberia following a peaceful turn-over of power remains cardinal to revitalizing an effective market economy.


According to a release issued Thursday, 5 April in Monrovia, Bridgeway Corporation Logistics Manager Richard Soko indicated that plans are underway for Bridgeway to reclaim its rightful place within the general merchandise business through the sale of quality and affordable products.

The release points out that the management of the company has recommitted itself to meaningfully contributing to the economy through local production of high tech and quality detergent products that are result oriented.

Bridgeway Corporation says for the past 12 years it has experienced a downward trend in its business activities as a result of the previous government’s alleged action.

But the company says it stands ready to impact the general merchandise business climate by expanding its branches to increase production aimed at satisfying the needs of the consumer populace.

Logistics Manager Richard Soko says the company continues to invest in the development of the country through the creation of employment opportunities or scores of Liberian.

In spite of the challenges confronting the company, it says it continue to remain unwavering in the protection of employees’ welfare by complying to government’s stipulated minimum wage law that was introduced in 2014 and legislated.

The Act, among many things, seeks to improve the standard of living for both skilled and casual laborers. The Liberian businessman believes that the need for strict compliance cannot be over emphasized.

He named the production of bleach chlorine, super guard, antiseptic delta that comes in many sizes, flush bathroom detergent, Bravo Mineral Water produced from sterilized equipment, fast, a liquid soap detergent for dishwashing, and SAVO, an anti-bacterial hand soap which is fresh and moisturizing, among others.

The company is also the sole producer and distributor of several other disinfectants including FENOL and LAVO, a home detergent and laundry power respectively.
Meanwhile, Mr. Soko is calling on the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) – led administration to be true to its much-heralded pro-poor policies by running a government inclusiveness, noting that all hands need to be on deck in order to bring about massive transformation through a stable and open market.

Mr. Soko maintained that Bridgeway is committed to buttressing the government’s effort to improve the quality of living through the creation of jobs for cross-section of Liberians ranging from casual workers to professional individuals with vast business know-how.–Press release

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