Company Name: K.R.S. Spicy Food Co., Ltd.
Company Website: www.krsspicyfood.com
Contact Person: Nuntaporn Tharnpanich
Contact Number: +662 569 6317-9 Mobile: +668 1551 5527
Email Address: [email protected]
K.R.S. Spicy Food Co., Ltd. was established in 2005, we are specialize in manufacturing of Thai Dipping Sauces, Thai Cooking Sauces and Thai Curry Pastes. We also have the experience in developing the new sauces according to customer’s requirement. The site located at Pathumthani province, Thailand. It’s almost export product that export to Europe, USA, Australia and domestic market.
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- Import Manager
- Purchasing Manager
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