Legal notice

1. Who is the person responsible for processing your personal data? 
2. What is the purpose of processing your data?
3. How long will your data be kept for?
4. What is the legal basis for processing your data?
5. Is your data shared with others?
6. What are your rights in respect of the data you share with us?
7. How can you assert your rights?
8. What can you do if your rights are not respected?
9. Links to other websites

ZIUR COMPOSITE is committed to the privacy of our clients, users, contacts and also to that of those who offer services with us. Part of this commitment is to be transparent in this respect, and we publish this information in order to properly inform you:

● Of your rights and the use of this site BEFORE you share your data ;
Of the measures which guarantee the protection and integrity of that data;
 So that your prior consent before you share your data is legitimately obtained

The above meets all the legal obligations set out in the Organic Law 15/1999, of the 13th of December, on Data Protection (LOPD), in the Regulation 1720/2007, of the 21st of December and in the European Regulation on Data (GDPR 2016/679), and in all the Spanish and European legislation applicable to this subject.

By virtue of this, any user has this information available to them and must click as read/accepted any type of service or form in which they find it, and is obliged to indicate that they have read and accepted the Privacy Policy, the legal notice and the cookie policy on this website.

1.- Who is the person responsible for processing your personal data?

Identity: ZIUR COMPOSITE SOLUTIONS S.L. B-98242415
Postal address: Polígono La Vila - Calle Encarnación, Nave 1 bajo, 12540 Villareal, Castellón, Spain
Telephone: 00 34 96 452 10 50
Email: info@ziurcomposites.com

2. What is the purpose of processing your data?

• So that you can contact us (through our contact forms)
• To be able to send you information about new developments and services we can offer you now or in the future (via subscription to our newsletter or bulletins).
If you send us a contact request, enquiry or information, we will also ask you if you would like to receive the information we send to the list of subscribers to our newsletter.

Once your data has been collected, it will form part of processed data to which the corresponding security measures apply.

3. How long will your data be kept for?

The personal data collected through the forms on our website will be kept for the duration of your relationship with us. Once the relationship ends, the data will be blocked and it will not be processed, to ensure we meet our legal obligations. We will subsequently proceed to delete it from our databases.

4. What is the legal basis for managing your data?

Legally we can manage the data that we request from you once we have your consent to be able to do so. This is established because you have given express consent by clicking the “I have read and consent” box. Further, we do not ask for your data on our site, rather we make available to you different channels of communication for you to be able to contact us.

5. What are your rights in respect of the data you share with us?

The data which you enter into the website will not be shared with other parties, except as required by law or in order to achieve the aim for which the data was provided (for example, if a third party is hired to provide digital marketing services).

6. What are your rights in respect of the data you share with us?

These are as follows:
The right to information: you have the right to be informed in a clear manner BEFORE your data is collected which data is being processed, for what purpose, where it was obtained and if it will be or has been shared with anyone.
The right of access: in order to know which data of yours is being processed, for what purpose, where it was obtained and if it will be or has been shared with anyone.
The right to rectification: to modify inaccurate or incomplete data.
The right to erasure: to erase inappropriate or excessive data.
The right to object: to avoid your data being processed or to prevent your data being processed even if this is limited to the limits established by law.
The right to restrict processing: to request the restriction or suppression of processing of data within the limits established by law.
The right to data portability: to be able to receive the data shared through a structured, electronic format and that habitually used in order to be able to transfer this to another data controller.
The right not to be subject to automated individual decision-making: with the objective of ensuring that no such decision is made about you which may have legal consequences or which may affect you based solely on processing of your data.

7. How can you assert your rights?

To assert any of your rights, you should send an email request to:  info@ziurcomposites.com including:

1.- A photocopy of your identity document (passport or other) or electronic signature.
2.- The content of the request you are making and if necessary, supporting documentation.
3.- Address for notifications, with date and signature.

If you assert your rights through an expressly designated voluntary representative, you should provide the document or instrument which accredits their representative capacity.

In the event that the data subject is a minor, or incapacitated, their rights will be asserted by a properly accredited legal representative.

8. What can you do if your rights are not respected?

In the event that you consider that your request has not been satisfied, you may bring a complaint to the Spanish Agency for Data Protection via its website: https://sedeagpd.gob.es/sede-electronica-web/vistas/formReclamacionDerechos/reclamacionDerechos.jsf

9. Links to other websites

This privacy policy only applies to the personal data collected through our website. However, the site may include links to other websites. ZIUR COMPOSITES is not responsible for the privacy policies of these other sites. In effect, by clicking on one of the links you are leaving our site and you should read the privacy policies of these other sites which collect personal data.

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