Data protection

Data Protection Policy

of EURASDAUN GmbH Import – Export, Managing Director: Anna-Katharina Schwarz, 20095 Hamburg, Germany


  1. Name and contact details of controller:

This Data Protection Policy apply to us,


EURASDAUN GmbH Import – Export

Managing Director: Anna-Katharina Schwarz

Kattrepelsbrücke 1

20095 Hamburg

Phone: +49 (0)40 376008 0

Fax: +49 (0)321 213 11 205



as the controller.


  1. Access data

We and/or the website operator collect website access data and store it as server logfiles. The following data is logged in this manner:


  • Website visited
  • Time of access
  • Volume of data transferred in bytes
  • Browser used
  • Operating system used
  • IP address used


The collected data is exclusively used for statistical purposes and for improving the website. However, we reserve the right to subsequently check the server logfiles in the event of there being specific indications of illegal use.


  1. Cookies

This website uses cookies. These are small text files that are

stored on your device. Your browser accesses these files. The use of cookies increases the user-friendliness and security of this website.


Most popular browsers let you block cookies.

We cannot guarantee that all of the functions on this website will work correctly if you decide to block cookies.


  1. Collection and storage of personal data; type, purpose and use

When you contact us through the contact options provided, your information is stored so that we can refer to it when processing and answering your query. By contacting us through these channels, you automatically agree for us to store your data, if necessary.


The following information is collected when you place an order:

  • Title, forename, surname
  • Address
  • E-mail
  • Phone number (land line and/or mobile)
  • Fax number (if available and requested)
  • Account details, if required


In addition, we collect all information required for fulfilling the agreement concluded between you and us.


The personal data is collected to

  • identify you as a customer,
  • provide you with appropriate advice,
  • meet our contractual obligations to you,
  • meet our legal obligations,
  • correspond with you,
  • invoice you and/or send you payment reminders, if necessary,
  • enforce any claims against you.


The personal data is processed upon your request and is required for the above purposes and for processing your order and fulfilling our obligations arising from the underlying agreement.


The personal data collected is stored until the expiry of the statutory retention period (6, 8 or 10 years from the end of the calendar year in which the contractual relationship was terminated) and deleted within our company. The service providers engaged (so-called order processors) or other third parties are informed about the deletion of the data and requested to delete any data stored by them. This does not apply should we and/or order processors be obliged to retain the data for longer periods in accordance with tax and commercial law (in accordance with the German Commercial Code (Handelsgesetzbuch – HGB), German Criminal Code (Strafgesetzbuch – StGB) or German Fiscal Code (Abgabeordnung – AO)).


We transfer personal data collected within the scope of this contractual relationship regarding the application, performance and termination of this business relationship as well as data on violations of the agreement or fraud to CRIF Bürgel GmbH, Radlkoferstrasse 2, 81373 Munich, Germany.


The legal basis for this transfer are Art. 6 (1) lit. b and Art. 6 (1) lit. f of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Transfers on the basis of Art. 6 (1) lit. f GDPR may only be performed if required to maintain the justified interests of our company or third parties and as long as the interests or basic rights and freedoms of the affected person, which require the protection of their personal data, do not outweigh our interests. The data exchange with CRIFBÜRGEL also serves to fulfil legal obligations regarding the performance of customer credit checks (Sections 505a and 506 of the German Civil Code (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch – BGB)).


CRIFBÜRGEL processes the data transferred to them and also uses it for scoring purposes in order to provide its contracting partners in the European Economic Area and Switzerland as well as other third countries (if the European Commission has made an adequacy decision relating to them) for purposes such as assessing the credit rating of natural persons. You can read more about the activities of CRIFBÜRGEL in the CRIFBÜRGEL information sheet or online at



  1. Data transfer to third parties

We never transfer your personal data to third parties unless absolutely necessary for processing contractual relationships. This includes, in particular, the transfer of data to service providers engaged by us or other parties whose activities are necessary for the performance of the agreement (such as transport companies and freight forwarders or banks). The third parties may use the transferred data exclusively for the stated purposed.


  1. Your rights as an affected person

You have various rights as a person affected by the processing of the data:


–          Right of withdrawal: You may withdraw your consent given to us at any time. The data processing activities based on the withdrawn consent may no longer be continued in the future in this case.


–          Right to information: You may request information about your personal data processed by us. This applies, in particular, to the purposes of data processing, categories of personal data, categories of recipients, if applicable, storage period, origin of your data, if applicable, and existing automatic decision-making processes, including profiling, if applicable, as well as meaningful information on profiling details, if applicable.


–          Right to correction: You may request the correction or completion of your personal data stored by us if it is inaccurate or incomplete.


–          Right to deletion: You may request the deletion of your personal data stored by us as long as it does not have to be processed for exercising the right to free speech and information, fulfilling a legal obligation, maintaining public interests or raising, enforcing or defending legal claims.


–          Right to limitation of processing: You may request for the processing of your personal data to be limited if you dispute the accuracy of the data, the processing activities are unlawful or you reject its deletion. You may further request the limitation of processing if we no longer require the data but you require it for raising, enforcing or defending legal claims. You further have this right if you have objected against the processing of your personal data.


–          Right to data transferability: You may request for us to transfer your personal data, which you provided to us, to you in a structured, standard and machine-readable format. Alternatively, you may request for your personal data, which you provided to us, to be transferred directly to another controller, if possible.


–          Right to complain: You may complain to the supervisory authorities responsible for us, e.g. if you believe that we are illegitimately processing your personal data.


The supervisory authorities responsible for us are:

Hamburgischer Beauftragter für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit [Hamburg Representative for Data Protection and Freedom of Information]

Klosterwall 6 (Block C)

20095 Hamburg


Phone:        +49 (0)40 42854 4040

Fax:               +49 (0)40 4279 11811




  1. Your right to objection

You may object to the processing of your personal data if we process it on the basis of a justified interest. You can object by sending us a notification in text form. You can send us your notification by post, fax or e-mail. Our contact details are included in Section 1 of this Data Protection Policy.