General policy on processing of personal data

This text explains why and how we process personal data from external parties. This processing takes place in accordance with the European Regulation 2016/679, better known as the GDPR.
Your personal data are processed by:
General Deprezstraat 2, 8530 Harelbeke, Belgium
This privacy notice is addressed to:
• our customers and prospects and their staff,
• our suppliers and their staff
• all persons with whom we come into contact as part of our activities, whether through our website, through personal contacts, at trade fairs, by requesting information in writing or by telephone, by completing our application forms or by placing spontaneous applications , ....
We process your data solely in the context of our usual business activities: invoicing and accounting, conducting promotion and publicity, maintaining customer and supplier data, improving our products and services, creating a recruitment reserve, etc.
We always limit ourselves to the personal data that are necessary for the execution of the above objectives.
It is about the information you give us such as name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, job title, personal details, etc. We obtain this information from you by filling in our contact forms, by subscribing to our newsletters, ... or by sending us this self spontaneously delivers, eg. by mail. By providing us with this information you indicate that you give us permission to process this data.
We also collect data about the surfing behavior on our website. For more information on this subject you can consult our policy here .
The legal grounds for the processing of these data are, as the case may be, the execution of the contract that binds us, our legitimate interests as a company and, where applicable, the explicit permission you give us for the processing of your personal data.
We keep your personal data as long as necessary.
We take all technical and organizational measures to adequately protect your data.
Your personal data will not be passed on to third parties, except with your explicit consent. However, your data may - even without your explicit permission - be passed on to other departments, parts or companies of our group of companies, or to government bodies that can invoke a legal basis.
You have the opportunity at all times to exercise your rights in this respect and your personal data
• to look into
• to improve or limit
• to be transferred
• or have it removed
To do this, please contact or by mail at the above address. You must provide proof of your identity for any request for access, amendment or deletion.
If you do not agree with the way in which your personal data are processed in this context, you can always submit a complaint to the Data Protection Authority, Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussels.