SAFETY Training Plus


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GERMANY SAFETY Training Plus GmbH Branch Germany
Ernst-Reuter-Straße 5
D-84489 Burghausen
Telefon +49 (0)8677 91499-0
SAFETY Training Plus GmbH
Christoph Merian-Ring 11
CH-4153 Reinach BL
Telefon +41 (0)61 701 22 22


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SAFETY Training Plus GmbH
Company number:  CH-
Authorized representative managing director: Herr Stephan Feichtner, Herr Dr. Roland Müller
The place of jurisdiction is Reinach BL. However, SAFETY Training is entitled to assert any claims before any other competent court.
Value added tax – identification number CHE – 109.710.893 MWSt


SAFETY Training Plus GmbH Branch Germany
Commercial register B Traunstein
Company number: HRB 14815
Authorized representative managing director: Geschäftsführer Herr Stephan Feichtner
Register court tax office Mühldorf
Place of performance and jurisdiction Burghausen/OBB.
SAFETY Training is entitled to assert any claims before any other competent court.
Sales tax identification number according to § 27 a Umsatzsteuergesetz DE225806089  

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