Integrity policy

This integrity policy describes how we process your personal data on our website. Coromatic Group AB is the controller and you can contact our Data Protection Officer by letter, phone or email.

Coromatic Group AB, Flygplatsinfarten 2, 168 67 Bromma, Sweden.
Telephone: +46 (0)8 564 605 90

We believe that protecting personal data is important, and our aim is to design our website with respect for our visitors’ integrity. Our basic principle is to not process more personal data than necessary, and to use the least integrity-sensitive data.

The personal data we collect and how we use it
Personal data is data that refer to an identified or identifiable person. We process names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers that are submitted to us through our website contact form. Personal data is processed in order to take requested actions such as answering questions or sending out material. Personal data may also be used for direct marketing purposes to recipients in their professional capacity, customer- and market analyses, invitations to seminars, as well as other corporate contacts for our products and services.

When visiting the website and when downloading documents, we automatically process your information which, in some circumstances, may include personal data. This includes data about time, date, the downloaded file, the file size, the volume of data transferred, web browser, language settings, operating system, referring domain and IP address. The purpose in processing this type of information is to provide an interesting, secure and user-friendly website.

Legal basis
The legal basis for our processing of personal data is a legitimate interest in marketing our services and products, to communicate with customers, suppliers and other parties, as well as offering an interesting, secure and user-friendly website.

In some cases the legal basis is that the processing of personal data is necessary to fulfil a contract or to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract.

In respect of cookies, the legal basis is consent. Further information about this processing is provided in the section below on cookies and similar technology.

Storage period
We generally do not store personal data longer than necessary to fulfil the purpose of the processing. We also delete personal data if you request it to be removed or if we are informed that the personal data we process is out of date.

Transfer to a third party
Our basic principle is to not provide personal data to an independent third party if it is not necessary in order to fullfil our obligations either in law or according to a contract. The recipients who may gain access to your personal data are related companies such as other companies within our group and our suppliers in fields such as information security, IT, shipping and logistics, finance and marketing.

We do not sell your personal data, nor do we allow any third party, for any reason, to use for their own purposes, personal data that has been provided to us. The exception is certain technical information which, in specific circumstances, is shared with third parties as detailed below.

We have routines and working methods to ensure your personal data is handled in a secure way. The basic principle is that the only individuals within our organisation who may have access to your personal data are those who need it to complete their work tasks.

Our security system has been developed to protect against hacking, destruction and other incidents that may mean a compromise of integrity. The personal data submitted in forms on our website is protected through encryption during transfer to our servers.

With the aim of maintaining good information security, we use Google’s reCAPTCHA solution to determine whether it is a human or software that is attempting to send information to us. Your IP address and other data such as device and software details, necessary for reCAPTCHA to function, is transferred to Google Inc. After transfer, the information is covered by Google’s confidentiality terms and conditions.

Transfer to countries outside the EU/EEA
We normally only process personal data within the EU/EEA. However, in certain situations, your personal data and technical information may be transferred to recipients outside the EU/EEA having an adequate level of personal data protection. In exceptional circumstances, personal data may also be transferred to recipients outside the EU/EEA without an adequate level of personal data protection. This will only be done after we have taken specific security measures.

Rights concerning personal data
You have the right to request, without unnecessary delay, access to your personal data, to have it amended or deleted. You also have the right to request limited processing of your personal data, and to have your personal data transferred to someone else. Finally, you have the right to request your personal data not be used for direct marketing purposes.

If you have any queries or are unhappy with how we process your personal data, you are always welcome to contact us. There is also the option of contacting the relevant supervisory authority.

This Integrity Policy is updated continuously and we recommend that you regularly check whether there have been any changes before using the website.

Our website occasionally contains links to other websites. The websites are usually not under our control and are not covered by this integrity policy, so you are encouraged to familiarise yourself with their integrity policy before submitting your personal data.

Cookies and similar technology
When you visit our website, you must give consent for cookies, which are used with the aim of identifying you as a returning visitor, analyzing your use of our website, compiling a profile of your interests in order to show you relevant adverts on other websites and giving you access to third party services.