Informazioni sulla privacy per clienti, dipendenti di clienti e potenziali clienti

Information letter according to Art. 13 GDPR

Person responsible for data processing
PCE Instruments UK Ltd
Mr John Mulligan
Unit 11 Southpoint Business Park
Ensign Way, Southampton
United Kingdom, SO31 4RF
Phone: +44 (0) 2380 98703 0
Fax: +44 (0) 2380 98703 9

Purpose of and legal basis for data processing
Art. 6 (1) No. a GDPR – consent of data subject according to Art. 4 (2) No. 11 GDPR

Art. 6 (1) No. b GDPR – initiation and fulfilment of the contract
We process the data of our customers and prospective customers to create quotes, to process orders and to create invoices for the services and products provided.

Art. 6 (1) No. c GDPR – fulfilment of legal obligations
We process the data of our customers and prospective customers to fulfil our legal obligations.

Art. 6 (1) No. f GDPR – Protection of legitimate interests of the company
We process the data of our customers in line with our general business processing and documentation to protect our legitimate interests.

Recipients of the data
The data are passed on to Fiander Tovell Ltd, Stag Gates House, 63/64 The Avenue, Southampton SO17 1XS, United Kingdom, for accounting purposes.

In line with our legal obligations, the compulsory data are transferred to public authorities.

Duration of data retention
According to the legal retention periods; for data based on a contract or legitimate interest up to three years after termination of the customer relation; for voluntary data up to two years after termination of the customer relation or before that if consent is revoked.

Rights of the data subject
As a person affected by data processing, you have the following rights at no charge:

You can revoke your voluntary consent at any time (right of revocation).

You can always request an overview of all data about you we have recorded (right of access).

You can always request deletion of data which are not subject to any legal or contractual retention requirements without being charged for this (right to erasure).

You can always restrict your consent to data processing to certain areas (right to restriction).

You can always object to data processing if the data are used to pursue the public interest or legitimate interests of the controller if there are reasons resulting from your particular situation (right to object).

In case any of the data about you contain errors, you always have the right to rectification of these data (right to rectification).

You have the right to receive your personal data in a structured, common and machine-readable format or have those data transferred to a third party (right to data portability).

What happens if data are not provided
Data processing on the basis of voluntary consent does not have any effect on contractual performance. All other data are collected and processed on the basis of the performance of the contract. Without these data, contractual fulfilment is not possible.

Right to appeal
Any person affected by data processing has the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority for data protection or with the supervisory authority responsible for the processor of their data. The supervisory authority responsible for us is:
Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House Water Lane
United Kingdom, SK9 5AF