The YASKAWA web site motoman.eu is provided by:
YASKAWA Europe GmbH
85391 Allershausen, Germany
represented by the Managing Directors Mr. Manfred Stern, Mr. Albert H. Shiina and Mr. Bruno J. Schnekenburger
Telefon: + 49 8166 900
Fax: + 49 8166 90 103
Register court: Frankfurt HRB 88369
VAT identification number: DE 128960627
Any personal information that you may give us, including your e-mail address, is used solely for the purpose of responding to your requests, such as providing additional information, requests to be contacted, subscriptions etcetera. Such personal information given to us is collected and stored in order to fulfil your requests. We do not sell any of the information collected or stored about you.
The web site may contain links to non-YASKAWA web sites. YASKAWA is not responsible for the privacy practices of such web sites.
Some of the information on this website may not be correct due to product changes which may have occurred since it was launched. Some of the products described or shown may not be directly available in all European countries. YASKAWA reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, to models and specifications.
The contents of this web site are copyright © 2008 YASKAWA. All Rights Reserved. Information on the web site, including but not limited to text, images and sound, may not, except for strictly private purposes or where otherwise indicated, be reproduced, transferred, distributed or stored without the prior written permission of YASKAWA. Modifications to the contents of this web site are expressly prohibited.
Some parts of the web site contain images that are subject to the copyright policies of their providers.
1. What will we do with your data?
Personal data that you decided to share with us while visiting our internet offering, will be processed and used for handling your application or request. Yaskawa will not make your data available to any undertaking outside our group, that is not involved in the delivery or performance of your order.
Your data that is required for the performance of your order will be stored, processed and used in the Yaskawa group as reasonable necessary. Your data will not be transferred to non-affiliated undertakings. We store and process your address and your order data to improve our offering and for commercial communications.
2. When will we collect, process and utilize personal data from you?
Whenever a user accesses our web offering or downloads a file, we – or sometimes a third party contractor – will save the access information of this operation as protocol data. Each data set consists of:
- the website you used to link to our page;
- the IP address;
- the date and time of access;
- the request of the client;
- the http answer code;
- the amount of data transferred;
- information on the browser and operating system you use.
If the web page offers the option of inputting personal or business data (e.g. your email address, name, or postal address), it is completely up to you whether you disclose this information. We will use personalized data only for the purpose they were given to us. We will sometimes commission sub-contractors to fulfil your service request, or to handle your query or application. These third parties will receive the data necessary to carry out their task and will use them for this purpose only. Sub-contractors also have a contractual obligation to comply with this privacy statement.
3. What are your rights concerning your data?
Upon request, you are entitled to obtain free-of-charge information on any personalized data that have been stored about you. The Federal Data Protection Act also entitles you to have these personal data corrected, blocked or deleted. For these purposes, please contact our corporate Data Protection Officer by writing a letter or an email (see below).
4. What are cookies and what are they used for?
To change your settings in Internet Explorer 6:
- In the menu bar, choose „Extras“, then select „Internet Options“.
- Click on the tab „Data Protection“.
- In the dialogue field, slide the left-hand switch fully upwards (“Block all cookies“).
- Confirm the set-up by pressing OK.
To change your settings in Firefox 2.0:
- In the menu bar choose „Extras“, then select „Settings“.
- Under „Data Protection“ you will find the section „Cookies“. Proceed to deactivate the option “Accept Cookies“.
- Click on OK to save the new set-up.
If you use another internet browser, please check the help function of your browser or software supplier for instructions on how to deactivate or delete cookies.
5. Do you have any other questions?
If you have any more questions concerning the collection, processing or utilization of your personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer.