OWENTIS – Ozitem Group
Company with a capital of 95,370€
RCS Paris B 405 398 736
APE Code: 6202A
VAT number: FR35 405 398 736
Address: 132 à 190 Bd de Verdun – 92413 Courbevoie Cedex – France
Tel.: 0033 1 41 99 11 44
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