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basmith13f
Too bad your business isn't in Oregon or Washington state.
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AE Building Systems
Maybe some day. In the mean time, please note that we have sold products in these areas. Please feel free to contact me if you should need anything.
   
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Shazia Aslam

Great.Very impressive.

Can this idea be adopted in other parts of the world where such knowhow is not avaiable locally?

   

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