P.O. Box 336
T: +41 (0)32 681 62 00
F: +41 (0)32 681 62 42
Represented by the Board of Executive Directors: Johan Van Riet, Dominik Wilting, Dr. Jörg Peter Schwartze
President of the Supervisory Board: Johan Van Riet
Registered office: Zuchwil, Switzerland
Registered in the Commercial Register of Canton Solothurn under CHE-105.968.056 VAT ID.
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