Bedfordteile Schüttemeyer regards the safeguarding of personal information very seriously. We want you to know what data we store and how we use it. We have taken technical and organisational measures to ensure that the requirements of the Data Protection regulations are complied with. This applies to us and external organisations with which we have contact.

Personal Data

Personal Data is information that can be used to identify a person. This includes such information as correct name, address, telephone number. Information that cannot be connected to your identity is excluded.

You can use our online system at a basic level without disclosing your identity. If you make an order or enquiry we ask only for the information that is needed for this transaction, for example, Name, Address and Vehicle Identification No.

We store your details on secure servers in Germany. Access is only possible to specially authorised persons who are concerned with technical or commercial work on these servers.

In connection with your internet connection to us, for security purposes we store information that might identify you (for example, IP Address, date, time and pages referred to). No evaluation of this data on a personal basis will occur. We reserve the right however to analyse this data statistically on an anonymised basis.

Customer data of customers who do not register will be deleted immediately after shipping the goods.

We do not send newsletters

Disclosure of personal information to third parties does not take place.


Transfer of personal data to a third person

We use your personal data only internally within Bedfordteile  in connection with enquiries or orders and externally with transport organisations regarding ordered goods. We supply your personal details to no other third party without your express permission. Should we use an external data processing facility, your data will be treated according to the BDSG (German Federal Republic law on data protection) and any other legal regulations. Insofar as legal requirements or legal decisions, we are obliged to provide your personal data.

Use of Cookies

We use "Cookies" in our Database (small files holding configuration data), in order to make particular pages more user friendly. These configuration files hold information over such things as the language choice. Additionally the partitioning off of your article enquiries from those of other users is facilitated by the unique session-id in cookies. Cookies stored on your PC are an invaluable aid to cost-effective and fault-free internet use and without their use many facilities we offer would be impossible or extremely difficult to achieve.

Please pay particular attention to the following function in our article database: When you enter your personal data in the query list and then click on the actuate button, the following takes place:- The data is transferred to our server database complete with the unique session-no. from the cookie. The session-id in the cookie on your PC remains valid only for the duration of the session. (as long as the browser window stays open).

Cookies are used on our web-site exclusively for the above mentioned purposes.

The use of our article database and article query system is for the above mentioned reasons not possible without the use of cookies. Most browsers are preset to accept cookies automatically. You should be able to set your browser to deactivate cookies or to inform you when cookies are sent to you.

Links to other Websites

Our online system contains links to other Websites. We have no influence on these and cannot guarantee that the owner conforms to the relevant data protection regulations.

Questions and comments

For questions, suggestions and comments on the theme of Data Protection, please contact us by Email – Rapid developments on the internet will make changes necessary in our privacy policy. You will be informed here about any alterations.

Ibbenbüren, the 21th of May 2018