|Managing director:||Mr. Harald Weinmeier, Mr. Ulrich Poetzelberger|
|Headquarters:||Wirtschaftszeile West 6, 4482 Ennsdorf|
|Phone:||+ 43 (0) 7223 20802|
|Fax:||+ 43 (0) 1 890 9321|
|Company register number:||212640g|
|Company court:||Landesgerichtes St. Pölten|
|Authority in accordance with ECG:||Bezirkshauptmannschaft Amstetten|
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