Cleaner Production Centre CPART

Green Services Office:

P105, Office Building of Agriculture Ministry, 6 Nguyen Cong Tru str., Hai Ba Trung dist., Hanoi, Vietnam

Tel:  +84 (24) 6680 3377


Hotline: (English speaking)

Ms. Ha: +84 79 919 7177


for Buyer: +84 79 919 7177


for Supplier: +84 79 919 7177


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