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Company Overview of E. J. Værktøj ApS

Company Overview

E. J. Værktøj ApS manufactures tools. The company was founded in 1978 and is based in Horsens, Denmark. As of October 24, 2005, E. J. Værktøj ApS is a subsidiary of Aage Ostergaard Horsen A/S.

Fuglevangsvej 59B

Horsens,  8700


Founded in 1978


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