Thank you for visiting our LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG website and your interest in our company. We take the protection of your personal data seriously and would like you to feel secure and comfortable when visiting our internet pages.
Collection and processing of personal data
Generally, you can visit the LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG website without providing personal data. We only find out the name of your internet service provider from which you are visiting us and the web pages on our site that you visit. This information is analyzed for statistical purposes, but the individual user remains anonymous.
Personal data is only collected if you give it to us, for example as part of an inquiry. This data is only gathered for this stated purpose.
Use and disclosure of personal data and purpose specification
All personal data collected within the scope of the LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG direct internet service will be collected, processed only for the purpose of contract processing and preservation of legitimate internal business interests with regard to consultation and support of our customers and needs-based product development, and used in accordance with the applicable regulations relating to the protection of personal data.
Right of information and public procedure catalog
Upon request, we will inform you in writing in accordance with applicable law whether and what personal data is stored by us about you. We have summarized the information according to §4e BDSG (German Federal Data Protection Act) in our public procedure catalog.
LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG uses technical and organizational security measures to protect data provided by you to LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG from accidental or intentional manipulation, loss, destruction or access by unauthorized persons. Our security measures are continually improved in line with technical developments.
If you have any questions regarding processing of your personal data, you can contact our data protection officer directly. The data protection officer and team are also available in cases of information requests, applications or complaints:
External data protection officer: SEDC
Stefan Eisert Datenschutz und Consulting
Tel.: (08123) 928639
Public procedure catalog
In §4g the BDSG stipulates that the data protection officer should make the following information available to everyone in an appropriate manner in accordance with §4e:
1. Name of the responsible body:
LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG
2. Managing directors:
Günther Leibinger, Christina Leibinger, Horst Schoch
Appointed director of data processing:
3. Address of the responsible body:
Daimlerstr.14, 78532 Tuttlingen, Germany
4. Intended purpose of data collection, processing or use:
Object of the company: Production of numbering and labeling systems
5. Description of the affected person group and related data or data categories:
Customer data, employee data and data of suppliers provided they are required for fulfilling the purposes stated under 4.
Upon request, we would be happy to inform you which procedure is used for possibly storing your data and which data is involved.
6. Recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data might be disclosed:
Public bodies in the case of overriding legal provisions, external contractor in accordance with §11 BDSG and external bodies and internal LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG departments for fulfilling the purposes stated under 4.
7. Mandatory periods for deletion of the data:
Legislators have issued a wide range of duties and periods of storage. After expiration of these deadlines, the respective data is routinely deleted. If the data is unaffected by this, it will be deleted as soon as the purposes stated under 4. are no longer effective.
8. Planned transfer of data to third countries:
Transfer of data to third countries is not planned. Exception: USA branch
9. Competent supervisory authority:
LDA Baden Württemberg, Königstr.10a, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany, +49 (0)711 6155410
LEIBINGER GMBH & CO.KG
Data protection officer
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This text is a translation from the original German. The translators do not accept any liability for damages that may arise from using the English text. The original German text is definitive.