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Heating elements manufacturer and supplier

HOTEK ALLIANCE CO., LTD
Add: ShanDong, China CN-255000
Phone: 86-533-8635475 Fax: 86-533-3811827 http://www.hotekalliance.com/
Lynn Lawn (Ms.) Cell: 86-15106439599 E-mail: hoteksales@163169.net


HOTEK ALLIANCE CO., LTD is a leading manufacturer of heating elements in China.It was built in 1988. 90% of our products are sold to Europe(UK,Poland,Germany,France), US, Canada, South Africa, Austrilia, Russia,South Korea and Japan etc.

International distributors are needed. If you are interested, please contact us.

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