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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF THIS WEBSITE

By visiting this website and downloading the materials published in the website, which are the property of Tubes International sp. z o.o., You accept without restrictions or limitations the following conditions:

CONTENT

The data in the website is provided for informational purposes only. The content of the website can exclusively be used for informative purposes, apart from the requirement to acknowledge copyright or reserved right status of the materials.

COPYRIGHT

All of the materials and whole content of Tubes International sp. z o.o. website is protected by intellectual and industrial property rights. All information, texts, pictures and graphics in this website are intended for personal, non-commercial use only. Except for viewing, it is strictly forbidden to reproduce, modify, copy, transfer, sell or publish the materials partially or as a whole without the prior written consent of Tubes International sp. z o.o.

DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY

The information presented in the website is not legally binding and does not constitute a sales offer in the meaning of Art. 66 of the Civil Code. Tubes International sp. z o.o. reserves the right to make changes to technical data without a prior notice. Due to technical limitations of photography, colours presented in the website may be different from the actual colours. Complete information on the products and their availability can be obtained in Tubes International sp. z o.o retail stores.

PRIVACY POLICY

Tubes International Sp. z o.o. based in Poznań at ul. Bystra 15A, informs that the personal data and contact information acquired by Tubes International Sp. z o.o. via the contact form in this website will be solely used for the following purposes:

  • Answering questions asked by the User, commenting on or giving explanation to an issue raised by the User.
  • Sending the sales quotation of Tubes International Sp. z o.o. to the User, when one has expressed interest in products sold by our company via a contact form, via e-mail or in some other way.

Tubes International Sp. z o.o. informs that all personal data and contact information received by the company through this web service will be exclusively used by the employees of Tubes International Sp. z o.o. for business purposes and will not be sold or shared with any other companies, entities or individuals.
While using www.tubes-international.pl service the following user data are processed:

  • The type of data obtained via the contact form is defined by the particular boxes of the form. These data are used only to conduct electronic or traditional correspondence with the user of our website after consent is obtained, and they are not collected in any systematic way or used for any other purpose.
  • By activating subscription service the User agrees to obtain information on Tubes International Sp. z o.o. offer in electronic way.
  • The User can always unsubscribe from the subscription service by using an unsubscribe option available in the subscription tab.

PRIVACY POLICY AND COOKIES

This Privacy Policy describes the principles under which Tubes International Sp. z o.o. based in Poznań uses Cookie files to store and access information on User’s devices in order to provide electronic services requested by the User.

§ 1 Definitions

1. Administrator – means Tubes International Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Poznań (61-366) at ul. Bystra 15A, entered into the register of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register (KRS) kept by the District Court in Poznań – Nowe Miasto and Wilda in Poznań, VIII Commercial Division under KRS number 124055, NIP: 7810046084, Regon: 630115103, which provides services electronically and stores as well as gains access to the information stored in the terminal device of the User.

2. Cookies – is computer data, particularly small text files, saved and stored on the terminal devices with which the User uses the websites of the Service.

3. Administrator’s Cookies – stand for Cookies placed by the Administrator, related to providing services by the Administrator via the Service in electronic way.

4. Third-party Cookies – mean Cookies placed by Administrator’s partners through the website of the Service.

5. Service – means the website, via which the Administrator runs the internet service, hosted by the web domain of www.tubes-international.pl.

6. Device – means an electronic device with which the User gains access to the websites of the Service.

7. User – is an entity for whom, in accordance with the Regulations and provisions of law, electronic services can be provided or with whom an Agreement to provide electronic services can be concluded.

§ 2 Types of Cookies used

1. The Cookies used by the Administrator are safe for the User’s Device. In particular, it is not possible for any viruses, other unwanted software or malware to gain access to the User’s Devices via the Cookies. These files enable identification of the software used by the User and customizing the Service respectively to each User. The Cookies usually contain the name of a domain they come from, the time of storage on the Device and value assigned.

2. The Administrator uses two types of cookies:

a. Session cookies: are stored in the User’s Device memory and remain there until the end of a browsing session. The saved information is then permanently deleted from the Device memory. The Session Cookies mechanism does not allow for downloading any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device.

b. Permanent cookies: are stored on the User’s Device and remain in place for as long as they are deleted. Ending the session of the particular browser or switching off the Device does not delete them from the User’s Device. The Permanent Cookies mechanism does not allow for downloading any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device.

3. The User can disable or block the cookie files from entering one’s own Device. Choosing this option still allows using the Service, however some functionalities which require the cookie files by their nature may be adversely affected.

§ 3 Purposes of using Cookies

1. The Administrator employs its own Cookies to set up the service correctly, and particularly to:

a. adjust the content of the Service website to the User’s preferences and optimize the use of the Service website.

b. recognize the User’s device, localize it and properly display the website adjusted to User’s individual needs;

c. remember the settings chosen by the User and personalize User’s interface, e.g. concerning a selected language or region that the User comes from,

d. remember the history of websites visited in the Service in order to recommend content,

e. font size, website layout, etc.

2. The Administrator uses its own Cookies to authenticate the User in the service and to ensure user’s session in the service, and particularly for:

a. maintaining the Service User’s sessions (after log in), to make sure that the User does not need to retype his login and password at every page of the Service;

b. for proper configuration of selected features of the Service, allowing in particular verification of browser session authenticity.

c. optimizing and increasing the efficiency of services provided by the Administrator.

3. Administrator uses its own Cookies for processes essential to manage and improve the full functionality of the websites, and in particular to:

a. adjust the content of the Service website to the User’s preferences and optimize the use of the Service website. In particular, these files enable recognizing the basic parameters of the User’s Device and displaying the website appropriately, in a way adjusted to User’s individual needs;

4. The Administrator uses its own Cookies in order to store information about the User’s localisation and to configure certain features of the Service appropriately in order to supply information relevant to the User according to this localisation.

5. The Administrator uses its own Cookies in order to analyse, study and audit the number of website Users, especially to create anonymous statistics which help to understand how the Service Users use the websites in the Service. This allows the Administrator to optimise and improve the content and layout of the Service.

6. The service Administrator uses the third-party Cookies to promote the service via social networking service – Facebook.com (third-party cookies administrator: Facebook Inc based in the USA or Facebook Ireland based in Ireland).

§ 4 Optional changes to the conditions of storing and gaining access via Cookies

1. The User can independently and at any time change Cookies settings, specifying the conditions of their storage and access to the User Device via the Cookie files. The aforementioned changes of the settings can be carried out by the User via the web browser settings or by adjusting service configuration. These settings can be changed in particular in such a way, so as to block the automatic handling of the cookie files in the settings of the web browser or to inform about each attempt of placing Cookies on the User’s Device. Detailed information about the options and ways of handling cookies are available in the software (web browser) settings.

2. At any time the User can delete the Cookie files using the functions available in the web browser currently used.

3. If you disable the use of Cookies, it may influence some functionalities available on the website of the Service.