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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada): Routing Number - Transit Number

Below is the complete list of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.
Bank State City Address Postal Code Routing Number Transit Number
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) BC Richmond 6740 No 3 Road V6Y 2C2 030700020 00020-307
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) BC Vancouver 3396 Cambie Street V5Z 2W5 030700080 00080-307
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) ON Markham 4300 Steeles Ave E-Unit 888/Pac Mall L3R 0Y5 030700062 00062-307
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) ON Mississauga 25 Watline Ave Suite GR05 L4Z 2Z1 030700072 00072-307
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) ON Richmond Hill 350 Highway 7 East-Ste 102-103 E A C L4B 3N2 030700012 00012-307
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) ON Scarborough 8 Glen Watford Dr-Unit38/Dynasty Ctr M1S 2C1 030700032 00032-307
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada) ON Toronto 151 Yonge St-Suite 110 M5C 2W7 030700002 00002-307

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