Data Protection Declaration
Every time you visit our website, electronic data processing takes place. On this page we explain which data is processed and how.
2. Party responsible (person responsible)
AVEMA Sp. z o.o.
UL Mostowa 1
PL 59-700 Boleslawiec
Phone: +49 7161 6728 261
Fax: +49 7161 6728 700
3. Contact person for data protection
– external data protection officer –
HUBIT Data protection
Phone: +49 0421 89830294
4. General information on data protection
Data processing when calling up websites
When a website is called up, a large amount of data – including personal data – is automatically transmitted via the Internet. From a technical point of view, this is necessary in order for the website call to function at all and also in order to be able to provide you with the best possible result.
Whenever you call up a web page for example, an image is retrieved from a server, an external plug-in (or scrips) is loaded, or a video is streamed, or one of the many other transmission options is used, data is sent from your computer to the server from which you server from which you retrieve it. When you access a website, your browser (e.g. Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Opera, Safari) automatically sends certain information from your system. These data are for example;
Website from which the web page or file (image, script, video) is called up, or in which the file is embedded (referer).
Keyboard layout (language)
IP address from which the web page or file was accessed
Name of the web page or file accessed
Time stamp (date and time) of the request
Name of the browser and its version
Amount of the data transferred
Access status (file transferred, error code)
This data is logged by each server. The logging is done, for example, to maintain and check IT security (e.g. to
detect hacker attacks) and IT operations.
Statical analysis ( regarding the use of the website)
Improvement of the website
Adapted output of the website or files, so that they are (can be) displayed in an optimized way on your terminal device.
The “data subject” (also referred to as “data subject”), is the person whose personal data is collected and processed. In the following, the “data subject” is also referred to as the “website visitor” or “user”.
Information on data subject rights
Every data subject can assert his or her rights (data subject rights) against the person responsible. This can be done by means of an e-mail, by mail or via a form provided. Telephone inquiries are also possible. However, telephone inquiries will only be accepted and will not be answered on the phone. The data controller selects the medium (mail, e-mail, other media) and sends the data subject the response to his/her request via this medium. Responses to inquiries about data subject rights are provided free of charge. In the case of excessive use (e.g. significant accumulation) of the data subject rights, a fee may be charged. The response shall be given within the statutory period of one month. The deadline may be extended in exceptional cases (e.g. large number of requests or high complexity of the request). Reasons must be given for the extension of the deadline. The rights of data subjects are listed below. For the sake of clarity, we have noted the data subject rights in bullet point form. Behind each item you will find a link to detailed explanations (on the HUBIT data protection pages.)
Right to information
Right to rectification
Right of deletion
Restriction of processing
Right to data portability
Revocation of consent
Right to object
Right of appeal
The data subject must authenticate him/herself to the data controller to ensure that he/she is authorized of exercise the data subject rights.
On the HUBIT Data Protection page, you will find a form through which you can exercise your data subject rights with us.
Please click here: Form for excising data subject rights
We have refrained from using cookies on our website.
6. Encryption of the website
To protect your data, all content on this website is transmitted in <(TLS) encrypted form.
Data economy is an objective of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. In order to meet this goal and to ensure that your data has the greatest possible protection, we have dispensed with forms (e.g. contact form, application form, newsletter form). You can contact us via other channels (e.g. telephone, e-mail).
8. Statistic tools
We have refrained from using statistical tools.
We have embedded YouTube videos in extended data protection mode. YouTube describes this feature like this:
“If you enable this option, YouTube will not store information about visitors to your website unless they watch the video.”
We have chosen this option to protect your data. With this feature, no cookies (including third-party cookies) are stored in connection with the embedding of the video either. By playing the video, data (see: General Information) are transferred to YouTube from your browser. Data processing at the provider depends on whether you have a Google or YouTube account or are logged in to it. If you are logged in, the data can be linked or assigned to your user account by Google.
Google stores the data and uses it to improve its services, for advertising and, if needed, for market research. The exact purposes of data processing and detailed information on data protection can be found on Google’s websites (see: Objection and Elimination options).
If you don’t want the information to be linked to, or associated with your Google account, just log out of the Google account beforehand. Please also note the information that Google provides on data processing and data protection.
Statement: Privacy check
Privacy check by Google
Privacy statement by Google
Explanation concerning what data is collected and used
10. Other data processing
Web fonts from Adobe Typekit
This site uses so-called web fonts provided by Adobe Typekit for the uniform display of fonts. When you call up a page, your browser loads the required web fonts into its browser cache in order to display texts and fonts correctly.
For this purpose, the browser you are using must connect to Adobe Typekit’s servers. This enables Adobe Typekit to know that your IP address has been used to access our website. The use of Adobe Typekit Web Fonts is in the interest of a uniform and appealing presentation of our online offers. This represents a legitimate interest within the meaning of Art. 6 Section 1 lit. f DSGVO.
If your browser does not support web fonts, a standard font from your computer is used.
In addition, via the archive function of search engines, the data can often still be retrieved even if the information has already been removed or changed from the above-mentioned Internet offerings
Private policy was created by HUBIT Data Protection.