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Sangbo manufactures industrial films such as optical films used in LCDs, in-mold decoration films, protective films used in covering windows, and films used in media products such as audio and videotapes. It also produces ink-jet photo films that are used in lining photographic paper. It is based in South Korea.
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Sangbo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Sangbo's headquarters?
Sangbo's headquarters is located at 146 Seonyu-ro, Yangpyeong 1(il)-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul.
What is Sangbo's latest funding round?
Sangbo's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of Sangbo?
Investors of Sangbo include AJU IB Investment.
Who are Sangbo's competitors?
Competitors of Sangbo include Cheongmyeong Advanced Materials and 4 more.
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