Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy is an integral part of the Legal Notice and Privacy Policy of the www.mecalux.co.uk website (hereinafter referred to as “Website”). By clicking on “Allow all”, you expressly agree to the use of all cookies. You can manage your cookie consent preferences; however, in the case that you block certain types of cookies, your browsing experience on the Website might not be optimal. Additionally, some of the Website's features may not work properly.

To help facilitate navigation on the Website, MECALUX UK Ltd.(hereinafter, "MECALUX") informs you that it uses cookies or other similar files (hereinafter, “cookies”). For this reason, and in order to provide the user with all the information necessary for proper navigation of the Website, we provide users with the following information on what cookies are, what types of cookies are used on the Website and how they can be configured or disabled.

In the event that cookies involve the collection of personal data, we inform you that MECALUX is the cookie service provider and the controller of the personal data obtained through its own cookies and those of third parties; this is due to the fact that MECALUX decides the purpose, content and processing use of the information collected, acting as the data controller of the personal data that may be gathered from the use of Cookies.

 

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are files containing small amounts of information that are downloaded onto a user’s device when he/she visits a website. Their main purpose is to recognise the user each time he/she visits the website and to improve the quality and user-friendliness of the website.

Cookies are essential for the functioning of the internet; they cannot damage the user’s equipment/device. When enabled in the browser settings, cookies can help identify and resolve possible website operating errors.

This Website uses cookies and/or similar technologies that collect and store information while you browse. In general, these technologies can be used for very different purposes, for example, to recognise the user, obtain information on the user’s browsing habits or to personalise the way the contents are displayed. Described below are the specific ways in which MECALUX uses this technology.

 

2. Types of cookies used on the website and purposes

Once you access the Website, you decide which cookies to accept on your devices, except for cookies strictly necessary for browsing and that remain enabled. If you disable the cookies, your Website browsing experience might not be optimal, and some of the Website features might not work properly.

Specifically, MECALUX uses its own and third-party cookies for the purposes indicated in the Cookie Settings Panel. If in the future MECALUX uses other purposes with the aim of providing additional and improved services, the user will be informed of this.

MECALUX’s own cookies

MECALUX’s own cookies are those sent to the user’s device from a device or domain managed by MECALUX and from which the service requested by the user is provided.

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are those sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a device or domain not managed by MECALUX, but rather by another entity, which processes the data obtained via the cookies.

 

3. Acceptance, rejection and withdrawal of consent or deletion of cookies

Granting of consent

MECALUX informs you that by clicking on “Allow all”, you expressly agree to the use of all cookies. You can manage your cookie consent preferences by clicking on “Confirm preferences”.

We inform you that you do not need to accept the cookies to access the website; however, disabling them may hinder browsing, making it impossible to use some of the Website features.

Withdrawal of consent

For all types of cookies, MECALUX gives you the option to disable them according to your preferences by clicking on this link:

 

User settings to prevent cookies

You can also enable or disable the cookies, in addition to deleting your browsing history (including cookies) from your browser. Please consult your browser’s options and instructions. Please note that if you accept third-party cookies, you must remove them from your browser's options menu.

The following information is provided in compliance with the current regulatory framework so that you can configure the privacy and security of your internet browser(s) with respect to cookies. To this effect, we provide information and links to official support websites for the major browsers so that you can choose to accept or decline the use of cookies.

You can block cookies via the browser settings, or you can configure your browser to warn you when a server wishes to store a cookie:

 

4. Transfer of data to third countries

MECALUX may contract the services of providers outside the European Economic Area ("third countries"). These providers implement the necessary guarantees and safeguards to protect your privacy. These guarantees and safeguards consist of decisions to adapt to the European Commission and/or rules that apply to the providers.

 

5. Profiling involving automated decision-making with legal implications for users or that significantly affect users

The above-mentioned cookies are not used to create profiles that involve automated decision-making with legal implications or that significantly affect users.

 

6. Storage period

Personal data obtained through the use of cookies will be stored for the period specified in Section 3 of this Cookie Policy and, once this period has elapsed, for the applicable statutory limitation period depending on the purposes.

 

7. Your rights

To withdraw your consent regarding the use of cookies and/or exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and portability, limitation and/or objection to the processing of your data, you may contact us at: MECALUX UK Ltd., Registered Office: Unit 8, Junction 6 Industrial Park, Electric Avenue, Birmingham, B6 7JJ, enclosing a copy of your identification document. Alternatively, you may send an email to data.protection@mecalux.com, indicating “Data protection” in the subject line.

If you believe that your data protection rights have been breached, you may file a complaint with the competent Data Protection Supervisory Authority.

Please consult thePrivacy Policy for information on your rights and how to exercise them.

 

Last updated: October 2020