Valtraserv in Orange Park, FL
2285 Marsh Hawk Ln., Orange Park, FL 32003
(904) 269-8875


Street address:
2285 Marsh Hawk Ln.

City / suburb:
Orange Park



ZIP code:

(904) 269-8875

Contact name:
Jarod Buchman

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Standard industrial classification code: 9511
City / suburb: Orange Park, FL
County: Clay
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According to our records, this business is located at 2285 Marsh Hawk Ln. in Orange Park (in Clay County), Florida 32003, the location GPS coordinates are: 30.1660736 (latitude), -81.706484 (longitude). Valtraserv is categorized under Air, Water, and Solid Waste Management (SIC code 9511). Known organization owner is Jarod Buchman. You can contact the company by phone at (904) 269-8875.
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