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WR Wilmers Respondek GmbH

Office Bonn:
Heussallee 40
53113 Bonn
Germany


Postal Address:

WR Wilmers Respondek GmbH
Rauchlochweg 27

53227 Bonn
Germany


+49 228 184 999 48

hello@wrcompany.com


Board of Management:

Niels Wilmers
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Peter Respondek

Registered Office:
Bonn, Germany


Court of Registration:
Amtsgericht Bonn, HR B 21155

D-U-N-S No: 313 277 780
VAT-ID: DE 298 341 879

 

 

Office Vienna:
wr&co. Niederlassung Austria
WR Wilmers Respondek GmbH
Franz-Hochedlinger-Gasse 4/3/3
1020 Vienna
Austria


Board of Management:

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Peter Respondek
Niels Wilmers

Registered Office:
Vienna, Austria


Court of Registration:
Handelsgericht Wien

FN 468747 i
VAT-ID: ATU 730 376 16

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