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Privacy Statement (PDF)

Lehmann & Troost processes different kinds of personal data. Personal data are all data that can identify you or with which you can be identified. We respect your privacy and ensure that the personal data you supply to us are handled with due care and confidentiality. Personal data are processed in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Contact details
Lehmann & Troost b.v.
Transportweg 33
2742 RH Waddinxveen
+31 (0)180-631399

Purposes of processing personal data
Lehmann & Troost informs you that the personal data you supply us may be collected, inspected, archived, processed, provided and/or used in another way. This may be necessary to enter into an agreement with you but also to fulfil it. The following categories of data may be processed: na

  • me, address, telephone number, e-mail address, age, bank account number, other financial data, Chamber of Commerce excerpts and credit assessments
  • to submit an offer;
  • to assess an offer;
  • to place an order;
  • to determine the specifications or requirements a certain product or service must meet;
  • to supply products or perform work for you;
  • to invoice buyers and pay invoices from suppliers;
  • to communicate about the aspects of the performance of the agreement;
  • to guarantee and improve our quality and service provision;
  • to perform acquisition and marketing activities;
  • to meet legal requirements and other requirements in respect of third parties.

Justification for processing personal data

  • Consent
    Lehmann & Troost may ask for your written consent to processing your personal data. You may refuse and/or withdraw this consent at any time. Withdrawing your consent will not have any consequences for any previous processing. Refusing consent may result in us being unable to fulfil the agreement with you or your company.
  • Necessary in order to fulfil the agreement
    Lehmann & Troost processes most personal data because it is necessary for the fulfilment of the agreement with suppliers and/or buyers. Lehmann & Troost may be unable to fulfil or properly fulfil agreements without certain personal data. You are under no obligation to provide us with your personal data. However, if you do not provide personal data or if you provide insufficient personal data, we may not be able to perform work for you.
  • Processing necessary to promote a legitimate interest
    We may use your personal data to send invitations, news or other offers. You have the option of informing us that you no longer wish to receive them. Moreover, Lehmann & Troost endeavours to organise its activities and services as well as possible. In order to to enable us to guarantee and improve our activities and service, we may have to process your personal data. This may require the analysis and use of your personal data for information and training purposes. In addition, your personal data may be processed to fulfil our obligations in respect of third parties. Lehmann & Troost processes your data based on this category with care and ensures that that processing is not unnecessarily farreaching, does not disproportionally harm your interests and does not take longer than necessary.
  • Processing is necessary to comply with the law
    Your data may also be processed if Lehmann & Troost is under a statutory obligation to process certain data about you and/or provide them to third parties.

Sharing your personal data
For the purpose of fulfilling the agreement, we may provide your personal data to third parties
that supply parts, materials and products to us or perform work on our instructions. In addition,
we may use external server space for the storage of our sales and procurement records, or parts
of our sales and procurement records, of which your personal data are part. For that reason, your
personal data may be supplied to our server space provider. In addition, we may also use
computer programs from suppliers such as Microsoft Office. Finally, we may share your data
with authorities and third parties if this is required by law.

Retention periods for your personal data
Lehmann & Troost keeps your data in principle for a period of seven years if there is an
agreement. This period is the statutory retention period based on tax legislation. Personal data
not subject to a statutory retention period will be kept for no longer than two years. After expiry
of the retention period, your data will be deleted, unless Lehmann & Troost has a legitimate
interest in keeping them.

Protecting your data
Lehmann & Troost has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your
personal data against loss or any form of unlawful processing. Persons who have access to your
data on behalf of Lehmann & Troost are obliged to maintain confidentiality.

Lehmann & Troost uses cookies when you visit our website. A ‘cookie’ is a small information
unit that can be offered to your browser. Lehmann & Troost does this in some cases to make use
of the website as efficient as possible. If you do not want cookies to be used, you can adjust your
browser or have it adjusted to deactivate cookies. If you do not accept the use of cookies and
have deactivated them, or have had them deactivated, it may have consequences for the userfriendliness
of our website.

The use of cookies is further explained on the following page 

Your rights
You have the right to request access to your personal data. If there is reason for doing so, you
may also ask us to add personal data or rectify any inaccuracies. You also have the right to ask us
to delete your personal data or to restrict its use. You can also submit an objection to our
collection and use of your data to us or submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection
Authority. Finally, you can ask us to send you your personal data or transfer them to a third