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Company Overview of Ring Alliance Ringbuchtechnik GmbH

Company Overview

Koloman makes the mechanisms for level and ring binders. The firm specializes in metal mechanisms for storing loose leaf paper from the smallest pocket book to the largest data ring file. Koloman produces the mechanisms for stationary companies as components for loose leaf storage devices, e.g., pocket books, presentation folders, loose leaf binders, etc. The company has manufacturing plants in Austria and, since 1985, Hungary.

Ziedlergasse 15

Vienna,  1231

Austria

Founded in 2001

Phone:

43 1 8668121

Fax:

43 1 8693299

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