AEBO Science Technology Co Ltd

No.11 Huangma Rd, Maqun Industrial Zone, Qixia District, Nanjing, Jiangsu



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AEBO Science Technology Co Ltd

Located at Maqun Industrial Zone, the foot of Zijin Mountain, AEBO enjoys ten thousand square meters, in which office building and plants cover 7000 square meters. It is a professional company on research and development, production and sales (export-oriented) of digital related material. AEBO products lists: S-Series thermal transfer ribbon, digital machine related ink, thermal paper (LCD cooling material) and so on.

The research and development of S-Series thermal transfer ribbon started at 2009 and so far, it sells in more than 30 countries. We have the ISEGA certification on food production. And we are focused on the customers service philosophy: integrity-based, mutual development and win-win. In the future, we plan to devote more funds to developing thermal transfer ribbon and provide a higher quality and lower price products to meet market demand.

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