cleanpart Group GmbH
Register Court: Stuttgart HRB 753165
VAT ID: DE 299 667 161
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Data privacy statement
cleanpart Group GmbH, shortened hereinafter to cleanpart, respects the privacy of every person who visits our website. We would like to inform you about what data we collect and how it is used. You will also learn how you can check the accuracy of this information and initiate cleanpart’s deletion of this data. The collection, processing and use of data takes place in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations. This information regarding data protection does not apply to websites on the Internet that you can visit via hyperlinks on the webpages.
2. Collection, use and processing of personal data
We only collect data for person-specific processing and use if you voluntarily decide to enter data or give your explicit consent. In such cases you accept the following conditions of use as a result.
By visiting our website, certain data is automatically stored on our servers for the purposes of system administration or for statistical or security purposes. It comprises the name of your Internet service provider, possibly your IP address, the version of browser software you are using, the operating system of the computer used for access, the website from which you are visiting us, which of our webpages you visit and, as applicable, search terms that you have used to find our website. This data may, in some cases, permit conclusions to be drawn about a particular visitor to the website. Personal data is not utilised in this context, however. The use of such data solely occurs anonymously. If cleanpart passes data to external service providers, technical and organisational measures shall be taken to ensure that it is transferred in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations.
If you voluntarily provide us with personal data, we shall not use, process or pass on this data beyond the parameters permitted by law or specified by you by means of a declaration of consent. Over and above this, we only pass on your data if we are legally obliged to do so by orders issued by a public authority or court.
Changes to our “Information on data protection” are published on this page. In this way you can find out at any time what data we store and how we collect and use it.
at any time the consent that you have given to the use and processing of personal data with effect for the future. For this it is sufficient to send an e-mail or a letter to our data protection officer, Mr Hans Joachim Dionisius, Staufenstraße 5, 73773 Aichwald – email@example.com.
cleanpart shall store your data securely and consequently take all precautionary measures to protect your data from loss, abuse or alteration. Contractual partners of cleanpart which have access to your data for the purposes of providing you with services on cleanpart’s behalf are contractually obliged to keep this information secret and may not use if for any other purpose.
4. Personal data concerning children
cleanpart does not wish to collect any personal data from persons aged under 14 years. If required, cleanpart will in an appropriate place explicitly draw children’s attention to the fact that they should not send any personal information to cleanpart.
To facilitate use of our website, we use what are known as cookies. “Cookies” are small pieces of information stored by your browser temporarily on your computer’s hard drive and which are necessary for the use of our website. For example, the information contained within the cookies aids management of the session, in particular improvement of navigation, and enables a high degree of user-friendliness in a website. The cookies we use do not store any information specific to the person. With most web browsers, cookies are accepted automatically. You can prevent this by changing the settings on your browser. You can remove cookies stored on your PC at any time by deleting the temporary Internet files (Browser toolbar: Extras – Internet options).
6. Your wishes and questions/ Data protection officer
Stored data is deleted by cleanpart when the statutory or contractual storage period has elapsed or if cleanpart no longer requires the data. Naturally you have the option of requesting, at any time, that your data be deleted. You are of course also entitled, at any time, to revoke a declaration of consent that you have made to the use or processing of your personal data with effect for the future. In such cases or if you have other wishes in connection with your personal data, please send us an e-mail or letter to our data protection officer, Mr Hans Joachim Dionisius Staufenstraße 5, 73773 Aichwald – firstname.lastname@example.org.
7. Public directory of procedures
The Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (BDSG) [Federal Data Protection Act] stipulates in § 4g that the data protection officer must make available the following data as per § 4e to everyone in a suitable manner:
(1) Name of responsible organisation: cleanpart Group GmbH
(2) Managing Director: Ryuhei Sato
Appointed Head of Data Processing:
(3) Address of responsible organisation: Siemensstrasse 1, 71679 Asperg
Stuttgart HRB 753 165
Telefon +49 7147 68116-0
Fax +49 7141 68116-99
Tax ID: 71388/03158
(4) Intended purpose:
For over 40 years, the Cleanpart Group has been one of the leading global providers of advanced engineering services, coatings and surface treatments for a wide variety of industrial sectors. With Cleanpart our customers have a strong, reliable partner for chemical engineering and surface technology, special coatings, mechanical and process engineering and also technical precision services for applications in the sub-micrometre range.
Its focus is the coating, cleaning, repair, design, re-design and delivery of recyclable parts in particle-sensitive production environments.
The organisation is authorised to acquire all types of company in Germany and abroad or take a share in them and to perform all transactions beneficial to the purpose of the company.
(5) Description of the groups of people affected and the relevant data or categories of data:
Data from customers, employees, from retired employees, from employees of affiliated companies, from employees of external companies (subcontracted), from leased personnel, from applicants, from external inventors or successors, from suppliers and service providers, from external customers, from consumers, from test subjects, from visitors to the plant, from investors and financial analysts and from shareholders – insofar as this is necessary to fulfil the purposes named under Item 7 (4).
(6) Recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data may be communicated:
Public bodies and health insurance funds and employers’ liability insurance associations if the relevant statutory provisions exist, external contractors in accordance with § 11 BDSG [Federal Data Protection Act], external service providers, affiliated companies.
(7) Mandatory periods for the deletion of data:
The legislative bodies have imposed a variety of obligations and deadlines concerning the storage of data. Once these deadlines have expired, the data is routinely deleted. If data is not affected by these, it is deleted when the named purposes cease to apply.
(8) Planned data transfer to third countries:
As part of a global information system, there are plans to make personnel-related data available to selected managers, also in third countries. Relevant data protection arrangements in line with the EU standard shall be established contractually with the companies concerne.
8. Use of Facebook social plugins
In some circumstances social plugins (“plugins”) from the social network facebook.com may be used on our website; these are operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (“Facebook”). In particular, this concerns the “Like” button on Facebook.
If you visit a page on our website containing such a plugin, your Internet browser establishes a direct connection with the Facebook servers. The content of the plugin is passed by Facebook directly to your browser which will integrate it into the web page.
Through the integration of the plugins, Facebook receives the information to the effect that you have called up the relevant page of our website. If you are logged into Facebook via your user account during your visit to our web page, Facebook can match the visit to your Facebook account. If you interact with the plugins, for example by clicking on the “Like” button or leaving a comment, the relevant information will be transferred by your browser directly to Facebook and stored there.
The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of data by Facebook, as well as your relevant rights and settings options for protecting your privacy, can be found in Facebook’s data protection information: http://www.facebook.com/policy.php.
If you do not want Facebook to be able to match your visit to our web page to your Facebook user account, you must log out of Facebook before visiting our Internet site.