Company data smaXtec animal care GmbH Belgiergasse 3| 8020 Graz | Austria P +43 316 46 15 88

Headquarters and Commercial Register Court Graz FN 326827 d

VAT-Nr.: ATU64993449 M: W: Bank details Account number: 00006-942924 BLZ: 20815 IBAN: AT37 2081 5000 0694 2924 BIC: STSPAT2GXXX

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