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Satz21, evening in the office, Neu-Isenburg, Germany
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Satz21 evening in the office...

Satz 21 prepress production, Neu-Isenburg, near Frankfurt, Germany

The Prepress Production company Satz21 in Neu-Isenburg, near Frankfurt.
This office is for dataentering and workpreparation.
Satz21 is producing a wide range of weekly newspapers in the Rhein-Main-Area. The modern technical equiped company is constantly follows the needs of their customers and produces innovative high-quality products, to the benefit of their customers and their stabilities in the market.

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Copyright: Manuel Schaefer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 15/10/2009
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: satz21; evening; office; neu-isenburg; germany; maz; blitztip; aeppler; prepress; mittelhessische-anzeigen-zeitung; maz-verlag
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