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Telephone: +49 721 958 81 38
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Registration office: District Court Wiesbaden
Registration number: HRB 28320
VAT-number according to § 27a of the German Value Added Tax Act: DE298417962
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Vanderbilt International (SWE) AB
P.O. Box 1275
SE-171 40 Solna
VAT-number: SE 556987466101
Last Updated: 01.07.2015
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