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You are now on the website of Aldeavip, which is owned by the company Darel Boots S.L 

Polígono Industrial la Cerámica
Calle Travesía de ELCHE, 24-4
03330 Crevillente – Alicante España

DAREL BOOTS, S.L. with CIF B54681093 registered in the Mercantile Registry of Alicante, Volume 3658, Book 0, Folio 99, Section 8, Page A-133122, 1a Inscription

Darel Boots, S.L. has carried out actions focused on the internationalization of the company. Are have been co-financed by the Ministry of Sustainable Economy, Productive Sectors, Trade and Labor included within the aid program to Support the foreign promotion of the Valencian Community for the year 2022. The project has been supported with a € 17.288,10€. grant.

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