Head of Corporate Communications & Marketing Services
4663 Laakirchen, Austria
T +43 7613 2541 0
Company name: Miba Aktiengesellschaft
Legal form: Corporation
Registered office: Laakirchen, Austria
Commercial Register No.: FN 107386 x
Commercial Register Court: Regional Court of Wels
VAT No.: ATU23415506
Business purpose: Performance of the function of a holding company, management consulting and business organization in the context of the central administration for the Miba companies
Membership in chambers of commerce: Economic Chamber of Upper Austria (Wirtschaftskammer Oberösterreich)
Access to the applicable commercial and occupational law provisions, particularly the Commercial Code: see the Federal Legal Information System (https://www.ris.bka.gv.at/)
Supervisory authority/commercial authority: District Commission of Gmunden (Bezirkshauptmannschaft Gmunden)
Media owner: Miba Aktiengesellschaft
Management Board: Dipl.-Ing. Franz-Peter Mitterbauer (CEO), Dr. Wolfgang Litzlbauer (Deputy CEO), MMag. Markus Hofer (CFO), Dipl.-Ing. Martin Liebl (member of the management board)
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