1. Presentation and identification of the responsible
BRUGUES, SA, (BRUGUES) with address at Avenida Ferrocarril, 13 Viladecans 08840 Barcelona and CIF number A08041766, registered as a company dedicated to the manufacture and marketing of chemical products and registered in the Mercantile Register of Barcelona, volume 22562, Folio 63, Sheet number B-38668 (hereinafter BRUGUES).
2. Description of the activity
Through this website, BRUGUES wishes to train and inform you in its manufacturing and marketing activity at a national and international level of chemical products and/or other information of the sector.
This website is addressed to all users who consult the website (hereinafter referred to as USER).
In case of any doubt about these General Conditions, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Acceptance of conditions and use of the site
The use of this website is regulated in the following General Conditions of Use (hereinafter GENERAL CONDITIONS). We kindly ask you to read them carefully, because access to this website and use of its contents implies full acceptance of them.
Access to this website and the information contained therein is completely free, notwithstanding the cost derived from the telephone connection and the means used to establish the connection.
Now, in this same website, different services that can be hired are reported, contacting BRUGUES; which will be provided according to the particular conditions agreed between the parties (hereinafter the SPECIFIC CONDITIONS).
By accepting this contract, you declare:
a) That he is a person of legal age and/or with the capacity to contract, in accordance with the general contracting laws of the State where he resides.
3.1. Modification of conditions
The information on this website and the services offered are in continuous evolution and development to provide the best possible experience and value.
The USER of this website will accept such modifications from the moment he continues to use the same and/or the services provided.
4. Essential Obligations of the USER.
All USERS, from the moment they start using the website and/or hire any of the services offered therein, are obliged before third parties and before BRUGUES to comply with the following essential obligations:
b) Not to damage, disable, overload or damage the website or prevent normal use or enjoyment thereof.
c) Do not make any attempt to violate levels of access, incorrect manipulation of data, duplications and exports of data or information protected by intellectual property or other legal rights, try to access restricted areas of the computer systems of BRUGUES or third parties, introduction of programs, viruses or any other device that produces or may produce changes in the computer system of BRUGUES or third parties.
d) Know the technical and legal requirements necessary for the correct access to this website and, where appropriate, the contracting of the products and/or services; This may imply the download of certain computer programs or other logical elements into their computing devices.
e) Not to use, link, disclose, assign or transmit to third parties in any way, the contents published on the website or part of them, or in the information of BRUGUES, without prior and express authorization in writing from BRUGUES.
f) Not to damage the image of BRUGUES in any way, nor to carry out any activity or comment that could damage the image and good name of BRUGUES.
5. Intellectual Property
The present website, its contents and its distinctive features are protected by Spanish and international intellectual and industrial property laws, all of which correspond exclusively to BRUGUES, and its use and exploitation are reserved.
It is forbidden the reproduction, distribution, public communication, transformation and/or making available to the public and, in general, any other form of exploitation, by any procedure, of all or part of the contents of this website, its design, selection and form of presentation of the materials included in it; as well as the brands and trade names included in said website. These acts of exploitation can only be carried out if the express prior written authorization of BRUGUES is granted and, provided that an explicit reference is made to the ownership of BRUGUES of the aforementioned intellectual and industrial property rights.
For the use of the website and/or the contracting of the services, the USER does not acquire any rights over them, being able to simply use them according to what is agreed in these GENERAL CONDITIONS and/or, as the case may be, SPECIFIC CONDITIONS.
In the event that the USER detects any activity susceptible to violate any right of intellectual property, industrial or any type of right, we ask that you inform us by sending a communication to the following email email@example.com.
In compliance with the provisions of applicable state and European regulations regarding the protection of personal data, we inform you that the personal data that our clients or potential clients can provide us (both referred to as the USERS), or through the corresponding form of our website (the "Site"), by sending an email to the address provided for this purpose through emails addressed to our professionals or by any other means of communication, will be included in a file from which is the owner and responsible for the treatment BRUGUES, SA, with address at Avenida Ferrocarril, 13 Viladecans 08840 Barcelona and CIF number A08041766, registered as a company dedicated to the manufacture and marketing of chemical products and registered in the Mercantile Register of Barcelona, volume 22562, Folio 63, Sheet number B-38668 (hereinafter BRUGUES).
6.1. Consent and data collected
Unless specifically stated otherwise, all the data that we request from our USERS in the forms available on the Site are mandatory. The refusal to supply the obligatory data will suppose the impossibility to attend the concrete request in question. We ask you to notify us immediately of any changes to your data so that the information contained in our files is always up to date and contains no errors. In this sense, the USER declares that the information and data that he provides us are accurate, current and true.
6.2. Purpose of the treatment and legal basis
The purpose of the treatment by BRUGUES is to manage the request made, including the attention to your queries and requests for information, as well as, where appropriate, the maintenance and management of the professional, commercial, and/or contractual relationship that, if applicable, establish with any of our offices and/or professionals (the "Service/s").
6.3. Who we communicate your data to
BRUGUES will not transfer your personal data to third parties, except in the case that is legally binding or that the USER has previously authorized or it is necessary for the provision of the Services requested.
In order to offer the appropriate Service to the USER and manage the relationship with it, BRUGUES contracts the provision of services of certain companies to which, after complying with the legally required requirements, they can be given access to their personal data only for the purposes of to be able to provide the Service.
The list of categories of service providers to BRUGUES are the following: [archiving, custody, storage and digitization services; "backoffice" services; administrative services; legal activities services; computer Services]
6.4. International transfers of personal data
BRUGUES informs that the information contained and/or collected in the website where it is stored in servers located in the European Union, so that an international data transfers will be made.
6.5. Period of conservation of personal data
We will keep your personal data during the validity of the contractual relationship or, where appropriate, until you express your desire to delete your personal data from our file. From that moment, BRUGUES will keep your personal data blocked during the statutory limitation periods established in the mercantile and fiscal regulations. Once the statute of limitations expires, we will destroy your personal data.
6.6. Exercise of rights
The USER can exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of treatment, opposition, portability of their personal data and/or revocation of consent, by means of a written communication providing a photocopy of ID addressed to BRUGUES in the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6.7. Claim before a supervisory authority
The USER is informed that he has the right to file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.aepd.es) as the control authority, if he considers that the BRUGUES has not treated his personal data in accordance with the applicable regulations on the protection of personal data.
BRUGUES undertakes to adopt the regulatory and organizational security measures established to guarantee the security of the personal data of the USER and to prevent their alteration, loss, treatment or unauthorized access, taking into account the state of the technology, the nature of the stored data and the risks to which they are exposed, all in accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations.
6.9. Assignment to BRUGUES of third party data
In case of providing BRUGUES personal data of third parties necessary for the provision of the Services, the USER declares that he has previously obtained his express consent to transfer them to BRUGUES.
BRUGUES will try at all times to provide the service with the highest quality possible. Notwithstanding the foregoing, we decline any liability arising from failures, interruptions or damages caused by system breakdowns, interferences or disconnections or by the malfunction of the service.
Similarly, BRUGUES declines all liability and/or assumption of damages or losses of any kind or nature, arising from the illegitimate action of third parties by any means or by the use of the website in an improper or improper manner by the parties. users, and in any case, BRUGUES will not assume any responsibility that is caused by the action or negligence outside of itself and that may or may not affect, directly or indirectly, servers and other computer equipment of the USER or third parties.
BRUGUES can not guarantee the absence of viruses or other harmful elements that may affect the USER's equipment; Therefore, the latter must adopt measures to avoid possible risks of this type in response to the current state of telecommunications.
BRUGUES is not responsible for interruptions of the website motivated by force majeure or by circumstances beyond its reach.
Likewise, BRUGUES may interrupt access temporarily, by security measures or by reason of the restructuring of computer resources, in order to improve the use service of the website.
8. Links and Cookies
It is forbidden the inclusion of content or provision of services on websites of third parties that could be detrimental to the image of BRUGUES or this website, reserving the latter the right to prohibit, limit, or demand the cancellation of links made, when it deems appropriate, without under any circumstances being obliged to pay any compensation for this reason.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the Site when you access and use it. Cookies allow us to store and retrieve information about your browsing habits on the Site. The information they obtain is related, for example, to the number of pages they visit, the frequency and recidivism of the visits, the length of your visit, etc.
What type of cookies can we use?
a) According to the entity that manages them:
‐ Own cookies: are those that are sent to your computer from our own computers or domains and from which we provide the service you request from the Site.
‐ Third party cookies: those that are sent to your computer from a computer or domain that is not managed by us, but by another collaborating entity.
b) According to the period of time they remain activated:
‐ Session cookies: these cookies keep the necessary information during the session and the changes related to it.
‐ Persistent cookies: they are stored on the hard drive and our Site reads them every time you make a new visit. A permanent cookie has a certain expiration date. The cookie will stop working after that date.
c) According to the purpose:
‐ Technical cookies: are those necessary for navigation and the proper functioning of the Site.
‐ Personalization cookies: they are those that allow you to access the service with predefined characteristics based on a series of criteria, such as the language, the type of browser through which the service is accessed, the regional configuration from which you can access to service, etc.
‐ Analysis cookies: are those that allow quantifying the number of users and thus make the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users of the services provided.
These procedures are subject to update or modification by the developers of the browsers, so we can not guarantee that they comply fully with the latest version available at all times.
To prevent the installation of cookies, the corresponding instructions of the browser used must be followed:
‐ Internet Explorer: in the menu "Tools> Internet Options", go to the "Privacy" tab, select the desired configuration and press the advanced configuration button. Check the box "Overwrite the automatic administration of cookies". Check the boxes "Activate" or "Block". We recommend activating the option "Always accept session cookies" to allow optimal navigation through our Site.
‐ Firefox: in the "Tools> Options" menu, go to the "Privacy" tab. Check or uncheck the box "Accept cookies from websites" or "tell websites that do not want to be tracked", depending on the version of your browser. You can also delete the installed cookies by clicking on the option "delete cookies individually".
‐ Chrome: in the menu "Tools> Settings", go to the tab "Privacy> Content settings". After selecting the option "show advanced options", select your favorite cookie settings. If you do not wish to allow its installation, you can select the option "block the data of third-party sites and cookies".
‐ Opera: in the "Settings> Options" menu, go to the "Advanced" tab. In the "Cookies" menu select the options "Accept fingerprints" or "Never accept cookies". If you wish to have a greater level of control over the cookies that are installed on your Device, we recommend that you select the option "ask before accepting cookies".
‐ Safari: in the "Tools> Preferences" menu, go to the "Security" tab. In the "Accept cookies" menu, select the "Always" or "Never" box. If you have an iPhone, you must access "Settings> Safari" and there select whether or not to accept cookies.
If you use another browser, you can get more information about how to configure the installation of cookies through the help or assistance section of that browser.
If you need help to carry out the configuration of cookies with your browser, please send us an e-mail to email@example.com and we will contact you as soon as possible with the necessary information.
Updates and changes in the Cookies Policy:
The BRUGUES can modify this Cookies Policy according to legislative or regulatory requirements, or with the purpose of adapting said policy to the instructions issued by the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, therefore the user is advised to visit it periodically.
9. Nullity and ineffectiveness of clauses
If any clause included in these GENERAL CONDITIONS and/or the PARTICULAR CONDITIONS, is declared, totally or partially, null or ineffective, such nullity or inefficiency will affect only said provision or the part of it that is null or ineffective, subsisting the GENERAL CONDITIONS and the SPECIFIC CONDITIONS in all the rest, having such disposition, or the part of the same that was affected, by not putting.
10. Legislation and applicable jurisdiction
For any question or disagreement that may arise on the website, content and services contracted, the USER and BRUGUES, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond to them, expressly submit to the application of the Spanish Legislation, being also competent Courts Spanish, with express submission to the jurisdiction of the Courts of Barcelona, unless the applicable law imperatively determines another jurisdiction or different legislation.