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Social reason: Carapace-France
Legal status and social capital: SASU – 1000 euros
Responsible name: GLAISER
Responsible first name: MARC
Headquarters: 16 Avenue de l’Europe
Postcode: 67300
Country: France
E-mail: carapace.france@gmail.com
Website : https://www.nano-caraparace.com
Site host: OVH
SASU with a capital of 1000 euros
Code APE 4532Z

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Marc Glaiser – Managing Director of Carapace France

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