|Company name:||Institute for Water and Environmental Improvement
Ing. Bernhard Ratheiser GMBH
|Headquarters:||Sonnrainweg 4-5 , A-9554 St. Urban|
|Company register number:||FN 372458 h|
|Company Register Court:||Klagenfurt Regional Court|
|Object of the company:||Production and operation of water treatment equipment and environmental products|
|competent. Supervisory authority:||BH Feldkirchen|
|competent. Chamber:||Chamber of Commerce Klagenfurt|
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