Collection and Processing of Personal Data
Use and Dissemination of Personal Data and Obligation to Use for Purpose Intended
Your personal data will be used for the purpose of technical administration of the websites, for customer management, for product questionnaires and for marketing only to the specific extent required by Xella or by agencies acting on our behalf. Collection or transfer of personal data to government institutions and authorities will be limited to obligatory national legal regulations. Your data may also be transferred to other companies within the Xella Group or to selected specialised companies for the purpose of service. Our employees, agents and affiliates are sworn to secrecy and obligated to observe our code of behaviour as well as all applicable legal requirements.
We want to use your data to help inform you of our products and services and where applicable to question you in this regard. Naturally participation in such activities in voluntary. If you do not agree to this you can notify us at any time by surface mail or email and we will restrict your data accordingly.
Right of Access to Personal Data
On request Xella will advise you immediately in writing in compliance with applicable law, whether and which personal data we have stored concerning you. If, in spite of all our efforts to keep our data correct and up to date, incorrect information is stored, we will correct it on request.
Xella uses technical and organisational security precautions to protect all data managed by us against inadvertent or intended manipulation, loss and destruction as well as against access by unauthorised persons. Our security precautions are improved continuously in accordance with technological development.
If you want data to be corrected or deleted, or have any other questions or recommendations regarding data protection, please notify us by surface main at our postal address or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Point responsible
The point responsible within the sense of the German Federal Data Protection and Privacy Law is the company specified in the credits.