"Our steady growth is due to the extraordinary performance of our employees!"
Dr. Christophe Campana | CEO | Campana & Schott
The conditions apply to any type of use of the Campana & Schott website. By calling up the website or – when a user account his set up – logging on to the website, the user agrees to these conditions and the data protection regulations.
IF YOU DO NOT FULLY AGREE WITH THESE CONDITIONS, PLEASE EXIT THE WEBSITE.
Unless otherwise indicated in a special sub-section of this website, the website’s entire content is the intellectual property of Campana & Schott. The intellectual property of Campana & Schott may only be used in connection with this website and downloaded onto your own computer. Use of any kind or publication is not permitted.
The protection of personal data is a priority for our organization. Therefore we operate online and other services in accordance with the applicable regulations for the protection of data and data security. The information below explains which personal data is collected, how it is protected and how it is used.
The entity responsible pursuant to Art. 4 para. 7 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO) is Campana & Schott GmbH, Gräfstraße 99, 60487 Frankfurt am Main.
We have appointed a Data Protection Officer in accordance with the statutory provisions. If you have questions about how your personal data is processed, you can contact the Data Protection Officer at:
Campana & Schott GmbH
Data Protection Officer
60487 Frankfurt am Main
Users can object to the future processing of their personal data at any time in accordance with the legal requirements. Objections may be raised in particular with regard to the processing of data for direct advertising purposes. An e-mail or letter sent to the addresses noted under section 10, or a notification using the contact form noted in section 10, is deemed sufficient for this purpose.
Status of the Data Privacy Statement: April 2018
These conditions are subject to the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. The parties agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the German courts. If a part of these conditions becomes null and void, this will have no effect on the validity and suability of the remaining conditions. The section that has become null and void will be replaced by valid and legally binding conditions.