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Hy-Line Privacy Policy for the EU

Privacy policy for the EU
This Privacy Policy ("Policy") applies to the companies and activities of the Hy-Line International ("Hy-Line") in the European Union ("EU") and the European Economic Area and explains how Hy-Line collects and processes your personal data. By accepting this Policy, you express your compliance with the privacy practices described in it. You can consult the contact data of Hy-Line distributors, which may be responsible for the processing of your data, at http://www.hyline.com/aspx/locationsanddistributors/locations.aspx.

Information collected and method used:
Hy-Line collects personal data of employees and contractors of its customers and suppliers, as well as other people with whom we have business relationships. The data collected consist mainly of contact data (such as name, address, number telephone number and email address), although they may also include another information associated with our business relationships. This information is collected by our sales, marketing and purchasing activities, through the Hy-Line web site and in-person at events and visits to facilities.

How we use this information:
Personal data is processed during the normal development of our relationships sales (marketing, sales and purchases), in our financial operations and internal administrative and legal compliance purposes.
We also use your contact information to inform you of important changes in our products and services and to offer you information about other services and products of Hy-Line and its associated companies. If you do not want us to contact you for this purpose, send us an email to info@hyline.com.

Your personal data may circulate among the Hy-Line companies in accordance with the conditions of this Policy. We do not sell your personal data.

Cookies:
We use cookies (small files that are stored in your web browser) to know how the Hy-Line web sites are used and how to improve them. To know more about cookies and how to deactivate them, visit www.cookiecentral.com. Deactivating cookies can influence your use of Hy-Line web sites.

Links:
The Hy-Line website may contain links to other websites. Note that, when you click on those links, you enter a different website. We do not do responsible for the content of other websites and we recommend consulting the policies of privacy of the linked sites, as they may be different from ours.

Security:
We have adopted measures to protect technological and organizational data to prevent disclosure, alteration or unauthorized destruction of personal data and other information. Some of your personal data may be stored on secure servers located in our US data center.

Transfer to the United States:
Hy-Line may store and process personal data collected on computers located in the US, whose legislation on privacy may be different from the one in your country of residence. The transfer of data to the US is subject to agreements between Hy-Line companies based on the standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission.

Rectification, deletion and access to data:
You have the right to request access to the data, its rectification (including the updating of contact data) or even the transfer of your data to another company. You can also request the removal of your personal data, although we may need to keep indefinitely some of them for commercial and legal reasons, even after cease your business relationship with us. You can contact us in relation to any of these matters by writing to info@hyline.com

Modifications to this Policy:
We may revise this Policy on a regular basis in order to adapt it to changes in our commercial activity or in legislation. We will inform you of them in the event that produce a substantial change in this Policy and that we have your address.

Rights that correspond to you and contact information:
If you have any questions or complaints regarding this Policy, contact us at info@hyline.com. EU legislation also grants the right to lodge a complaint with the authorities responsible for the data protection of your country in relation to the processing of your personal data.