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Personal Data Protection Politics

This document contains the measures on personal data protection that the company Trillo Anclas y Cadenas SLU follows to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation


Who is the Responsible of the Data Protection?

  • Identity: TRILLO ANCLAS Y CADENAS, S.L.U, B15517683
  • Address: Parque Empresarial de Coirós 10, 15316, Coirós, A CORUÑA, SPAIN
  • Phone: +34 981 173478
  • Email:


What is the purpose of the Data Process?

The Data that you provide to us through the contact form in our web site are processed and incorporated to process with the purpose to attend to the enquiries placed or even contact you through the via provided if you request it.

The Data received through an Order are processed with the purpose to execute the supply or service requested and to arrange the invoicing and payment of the supply or service provided.


How long do we keep your Data?

In case of Data received through the contact form in our web site, your Data will be kept at least 12 months and in case that a commercial relation would be established, the Data will be kept at least 5 years. Once the deadline has elapsed, in both cases, the Data will be destroyed by means that guarantee that the information can not be retrieved.


What is the legal basis that justifies the Data process?

In case of Data provided through the contact form in our web site, the legal basis of the Data process is to comply with an enquiry placed by the interested party. In case of Orders, the legal basis for the Data process is the execution of the contract/agreement.


Who are your Data communicated to?

The data under treatment shall not be communicated to third parties except in the cases legally envisaged and in the case where such communication is necessary in order to provide the requested services.


What are your rights?

The Data holder is entitled to:

  • Access to your Data
  • Rectify your Data
  • Delete your Data
  • Carry your Data to another Responsible
  • Oposse to all or part of the treatment/process
  • Limit the use of your personal Data

If your rights are not satisfied, you may file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority at: C/Jorge Juan 6, 28001, Madrid, Spain.


Last update: May,  2018.