APICC

APICC in Anchorage, AK
PO Box 240608, Anchorage, AK 99524
(907) 770-5250

Contacts

Street address:
PO Box 240608

City / suburb:
Anchorage

County:
Anchorage

State:
Alaska

ZIP code:
99524-0608

Phone:
(907) 770-5250

Contact name:
Ann Spohnholz

Contact title:
Manager

GPS Longitude:
-149.9002778

GPS Latitude:
61.2180556

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General information

Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 8611
Estimated number of employees: 3
City / suburb: Anchorage, AK
County: Anchorage
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More details about APICC

According to our records, this business is located at PO Box 240608 in Anchorage (in Anchorage County), Alaska 99524, the location GPS coordinates are: 61.2180556 (latitude), -149.9002778 (longitude). APICC is categorized under Contractors' Association (SIC code 8611). Known organization manager is Ann Spohnholz. The company employs approximately 3 people. You can contact the company by phone at (907) 770-5250.
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