Curwood Specialty Films

Curwood Specialty Films in Lebanon, PA
5 Keystone Dr., Lebanon, PA 17042


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5 Keystone Dr.

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Bray Brunkhurst

(717) 279-5000

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According to our records, this business is located at 5 Keystone Dr. in Lebanon (in Lebanon County), Pennsylvania 17042, the location GPS coordinates are: 40.302445 (latitude), -76.384091 (longitude). Curwood Specialty Films is categorized under Plastic Film, Coated or Laminated for Packaging (SIC code 2671). Known organization associate is Bray Brunkhurst. You can contact the company by fax (717) 279-5000.
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