Translation:Good evening, I am Andrew and he is Daniel.
We can also say "să ai/să aveți/ o zi bună / o seară bună”, but the usual formulation, most probably borrowed/stolen from French in the 18-th century, when Bucharest was called "the little Paris" and every aristocrat lady wanted to be French, and behave "frenchy" and spoke "frenchy", etc, is:
- „Bună dimineața”
- „Bună ziua”
- „Bună seara”
- „Noapte bună”
Please note that the first three are said to someone "going to action" during the day, but the last is a different flavor, and only said to somebody going to bed (like "sleep well, have a nice sleep").