Life is worship. This expression is often out of the mouths of people who are already successful and received his results of his labors live for this. The sentence is also spoken from the lips of Joseph Zainal Abidin, when asked what the key to success in business.
41-year-old man had a belief that with sustained effort of prayer, any effort will undoubtedly reap satisfactory results. This belief led Joseph to be a fairly well-known crafters crackers in Indramayu, West Java.
Rajawali wear brand, Joseph makes a variety of flavors crackers, like the taste of shrimp, fish, onions, jengkol, squid, and spicy flavors. He regularly supplying to several distributors in Tangerang, Bogor, Cilegon, Sukabumi, Cianjur, Karawang, Purwakarta, and Jakarta.
Currently, Joseph employs approximately 40 employees. Every day, he was able to produce up to 2.2 tons of crackers or Rp 13.2 million.
Imagine how great this Umiyati husband turnover per month. This turnover could rise to three-fold just before the fasting month. "Saga took 20 percent margin," he said.
Cracker business that started from the kitchen of Joseph's house has been transformed into a production factory covering an area of nearly one hectare. Now, Joseph has been using modern equipment like a boiler to boil the process of crackers. Joseph bought the boiler was in 2006 at a price of Rp 60 million.
Yusuf Investments in equipment soon complete with the procurement of a giant oven.Yusuf says, the price of this tool around Rp 20 million per unit. There are still other assets such as freight cars. Currently, he has a T120 Mitsubishi cars for distributing their products.
Like the proverbial rice is old and contains even more down, so does the character of Joseph. Despite his success, he reluctantly called a successful entrepreneur. "I do not deserve to be called a successful entrepreneur," he said modestly.
Men who like reading the Quran and the streets are positioned itself nothing more than getting an abundance of graces from the Almighty. However, behind the pleasures, the alumni of Upper Secondary School of Economics (SMEA) Indramayu State had a chance to bury deep disappointment.