A brand of BHS tabletop AG
Ludwigsmühle 1
95100 Selb

Phone: +49 9287 73-1711
Fax: +49 9287 73-1719

Phone: +49 9287 73-1730
Fax: +49 9287 73-1739

Commercial register No. HRB 6212, Court of registration Hof
VAT ID number: DE 311 338 027

Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Marco Pagacz
Management board: Dr. Philipp Diekmann (CEO), Christoph Auer, Gernot Egretzberger, Rainer Schwarzmeier

Website creation: mds Agenturgruppe GmbH

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