Our Data Privacy Policy

Name and address of the person responsible

  • Ulrich Schmeken
    Warendorfer Str. 105
    48145 Muenster
    Germany

Purpose of data collection, processing or use

  • Distribution, sale and brokerage of products and services and all associated ancillary transactions
  • Auxiliary purposes are accompanying or supporting functions, such as essentially the personnel, intermediary, supplier, service provider and asset administration
  • Execution of the storage and data processing of personal data for own purposes

Description of the persons concerned and the related data or data categories

  • Data from customers (address data, including telephone, fax and e-mail data, information, banking and financial services)
  • Data from suppliers (address data, including telephone, fax and e-mail data, information, banking and financial services)
  • Data of interested parties (address data, interests, offer data)
  • Data from applicants (mainly job data, information on the professional career, training and qualifications, possibly criminal records)
  • Data of employees, former employees and dependent persons (address data, including telephone, fax and e-mail data, information, banking and financial services, employee records)

Recipients or categories of recipients of the data

  • Transmission of data to third parties only takes place insofar as this is necessary for the performance of contractual obligations towards the customer or employees. In addition, a transfer of data to third parties may be necessary if there is a legal obligation to transmit data
  • Our server hosting and our mail services are realized by the German provider Strato AG

Data transmission to third countries

  • Transmission of data to third countries does not take place
  • All our servers for this service are located at any time on German territory. This is why our data retention and processing is always subject to German jurisprudence

Periods for the deletion of the data

  • There are legal requirements to be observed by the responsible authority. These include, for example, the retention obligations (German Abgabenordnung). In addition, there are other legal obligations (for example from the German Handelsgesetzbuch) which must be complied with. After the expiry of these deadlines, the corresponding data are routinely deleted if they are no longer required for contract fulfillment. For example, the statutory or financial data of a financial year ended will be canceled after a further ten years, provided that no longer periods of retention are prescribed or required for legitimate reasons. Shorter deletion periods are used in particular areas (e.g., in the personnel administration area such as rejected applications or warnings). If data are not affected by this, they will be deleted if the purposes mentioned before cease.