Privacy policy

We process personal data provided by our customers and users through our website and in physically at sale points. This data helps us to resolve queries, manage sales and keep our subscribers informed on our news that may be of interest to them.

If you are not yet a customer and are only navigating our website, the only personal data collected is those managed through the website cookies (read our cookies policy for more information) and those which you have voluntarily sent us for contact purposes to answer any of your queries.

 

Our users and customers may receive periodic information about news related to our activity. This can include commercial promotions, new products, important sector news or news of interest to them. We will only send this information with their consent and, of course, can be removed from these notifications at any time by using the contact forms provided on the web and in each of our communications.

Please be advised that we do not carry out hiring processes through this website. If you provide us with personal data to work with us, your personal data, including your CV will be inmediatly deleted.

The following is the information on the different aspects taken into account in processing your data:

 

Purposes of the treatment

If you should have questions or would like information regarding our services, products, prices, promotions or other information published on our website, we kindly ask that you contact us using the forms provided, phone or email indicated.

The use of your CV data in our hiring process.

Commercial information about products, catalogs and news in our sector sent to subscribers.

Use our different purchase methods to place an online order for our products or services.

 

Justification of treatment

In order to process your enquiries and your purchases, we apply the contract and the application of pre-contractual measures specified in Art. 6.1b GDPR.

Commercial information and data from your CV will be treated under the stipulations in Art. 6.1a GDPR.

These justifications are backed by the fulfillment of legal obligations of this responsible entity in corresponding cases.

 

Information recipients

Your information is used by our data managers who ensure compliance with the current legislation on data protection and with the instructions provided regarding data processing, and may not used for any purpose other than that stated herein.

We also inform you that we do not carry out international data processing.

 

Storing times

Application of our services: Your data will be on record for four years from the end of the business relationship.

Job vacancies and job offers: We will keep your information on file for 1 year.

Please be advised that compliance with a legal obligation may involve the retention of your data, or part of it, for a longer period of time.

 

Rights

Users, whose personal data is subject to processing, may exercise their rights to access, modify, delete their data, oppose its processing, and limit its processing, as well as its portability (in cases where it is possible according to current legislation) and have access to information on automated individual decisions (if they are made), free of charge.

These rights may be exercised in one of the following ways:

  • In writing by sending your request, along with a copy of the documentation proving your identity, to the following address:

 

Sucesores Hnos. López - Attention Personal Data

CALLE LOS MOLINOS 9 14880 LUQUE (CÓRDOBA) - Spain

  • By e-mail to the address INFO@ACEITESHL.COM digitally signing your application using the Spanish electronic National Identity Document (DNI), or attaching a copy of your ID, it is not necessary in this case any further accreditation by the applicant.

 

Control authority

If the user considers that his/her rights have been ignored or violated, he/she should know that he/she can file a complaint with the competent supervisory authority, which in this case is the Spanish Data Protection Agency. If the interested party considers it appropriate, he/she can also go to any competent supervisory authority within the European Union.