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Data Protection Regulation
Within the scope of its commercial activity, CNI, Lda. , legal person n.º 504523406, headquartered in Anobra, Lameira de Cima, 3150-013 Anobra, collects and processes personal data from its customers such as name, surname, addresses, taxpayer number, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses, among others.
The collection and processing of personal data of its customers has the following purposes:
The. Customer management - CNI, Lda. uses the data collected to fulfill the contracts to be entered into with customers;
B. Provision of accessory services – CNI, Lda. uses the collected data, namely, for invoicing, carrying out pre-contractual steps at the customer's request, such as quotations, or delivery of goods, in which case some strictly necessary personal data, namely contact and address, may be transmitted to the respective transport companies, for the complete performance of the contracted services;
C. Marketing - CNI, Lda. uses the data collected to contact the respective holder, via e-mail, written messages or telephone, and send him information or updates about his transactions and orders, as well as information about new products and/or services marketed by him, namely promotional campaigns, new catalogs and newsletters.
All data are collected to fulfill the aforementioned purposes, assuming CNI, Lda. the commitment to privacy and security in its processing and maintenance.
CNI, Ltd. may use subcontractors to fulfill all or part of the purposes identified above, as well as for the maintenance, accommodation and management of its computer systems and equipment, under the terms allowed by the legislation that regulates the processing of personal data, these entities being obliged to keep secrecy and guarantee security in relation to the personal data to which they have access, and they must not use such data for any other purposes, or for their own benefit, nor relate them to other data they have.
The data collected will be kept, at least, for as long as the contractual relationship between CNI, Lda. and the customer or for a longer period, if required by law or by the legitimate interest of CNI, Lda. or third parties.
The data subject may exercise their right of access, rectification, oblivion, limitation of treatment, portability and opposition to treatment, through our contact form, available here, by selecting the subject "Data Protection Regulation" .
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