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CeraNovis GmbH

Untertuerkheimer Strasse 25

66117 Saarbrücken

Germany

 

Tel: +49 (681) 5001 - 500

Fax: + 49 (681) 5001 - 699

Mail: post(at)ceranovis.com

 

Local Court of Saarbrücken 
Commercial Register No. HRB 100348 
Registered office: Saarbrücken
VAT Registration number: DE 283 886 004

 

Management  (with powers of representation):
Dr. Frank Meyer (Managing Director)

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