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Company From: Ukraine Looking for: Wine from:

17/03/2021

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Impex Import & Export Ltd is an international import & export company also engaged in wine trading based in Kyiv City. We want to buy white wine, red wine and sparkling wine products in 750ml bottles. 1. Cabernet 2. Sauvignon 3. Merlot 4. Chardonnay 5. Riesling 6. Pinot Noir. Quantity: 4 containers load. Payment terms: Bank Wire Transfer. Delivery Port: Odessa Seaport, Ukraine. Please contact with details.

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Address: 15 Dekabrystiv St,
City: Kyiv
State: Kyiv City
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Country: Kyiv

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