Corporate Information

SMA Electronic Document GmbH
Södeler Weg 2
61200 Wölfersheim
Germany

Tel: +49 6036 98930-10
Fax: +49 6036 98930-20

mail@sma-edocument.com
www.sma-edocument.com

Commercial Register: Friedberg/Hessen HRB 6505

Board of Directors: Ralph Fuchs & Peggy Zilian

VAT Number: DE214981429


Bank Details
Commerzbank Bad Vilbel
Bank Code: 500 400 00
Account Number: 351 205 000
IBAN: DE67500400000351205000
SWIFT Code: COBADEFF507

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