The company Kleen-Tex Industries GmbH / Kleen-Tex industries Limited / Kleen-Tex Poland Sp. z o.o. / Kleen-Tex (Thailand) Co.,Ltd. (hereafter referred to as KLEEN-TEX) has created this privacy statement because we take your privacy seriously. The statement sets out, who we are, what information we collect from you, and how we use it.
If you provide us with personal information (your name, postal address, telephone, fax, or email address), or have done so in the past, via our website (www.kleen-tex.co.uk), publications or surveys, we may use it to send you updates on our latest products and promotions, or to contact you so that we may learn more about our customers. We may also share this information with other companies that offer products or services to the textile industry that could be of interest to you. If you do not want companies other than KLEEN-TEX to contact you, you can choose to "opt out," and KLEEN-TEX will respect your wishes.
Information you supply in transactions
If you have supplied us with personal and financial information, (such as your credit card or bank details) we will use this information in the normal conduct of our business relationship with you. Contact information from order forms, either on our website or in printed form, is used to send orders. Financial information is used to bill you for the products and services you order from us. KLEEN-TEX also maintains intermediary relationships with credit card and shipping companies and as part of our business process provides these companies with customer information in order to conduct business.
You may have provided us with your name and/or business details for inclusion in one or more of our publications. If so, this information is now in the public domain and KLEEN-TEX has no control over the privacy practices of third parties accessing this information. KLEEN-TEX will not use your name and/or business details in our directory publications without your consent. We will contact you directly to ask for your consent.
If you do not want companies other than KLEEN-TEX to contact you, you can choose to "opt out". All data collection forms on KLEEN-TEX's website, and printed order forms produced after 31/01/2002, include an "opt out". Please note, however, that if you provide KLEEN-TEX with inconsistent privacy preferences (for example, by indicating on one occasion that third parties may contact you and indicating on another occasion that they may not), or if your name and/or business details appear in one or more of our publications, KLEEN-TEX cannot guarantee that your most recent privacy preference will be honoured.
Changes to this statement
KLEEN-TEX's privacy statement is subject to change at any time. KLEEN-TEX will post changes to this statement on this page 30 days prior to implementing any major changes.
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