SPS electronic GmbH | Eugen-Bolz-Straße 8, 74523 Schwäbisch Hall
Represented by: Dipl.-Ing. Wolf-Henning Stoll & Sascha Aust
Tel.: +49 791 20 212 0, Fax: +49 91 20 212 999, Email: info(at)spselectronic(dot)com
Commercial register: Amtsgericht Stuttgart HRB 570603 
VAT Number: DE 146784325 

SPS electronic CZ s.r.o. | Růžová 5363, 43004 Chomutov
Represented by: Dipl.-Ing. Wolf-Henning Stoll
Tel.: +420 474 684 637, Fax: +420 474 684 096, Email: info(at)spselectronic(dot)cz
Commercial register: Ústí nad Labem, section C, commercial 19930 
VAT Number: CZ 25477846 

SPS electronic Inc. | 1395 South Marietta Pkwy SE, Cobb, Marietta, 30067, Georgia
Represented by: Dipl.-Ing. Wolf-Henning Stoll
Tel.: +1 770 485 0161, Email: info(at)spselectronic(dot)com
Company registration number: 17034376
Tax number: 37-1856230



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