In accordance with Regulation (UE) No 2016/679 dated 27 April 2016 of the European
Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing
of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC
(hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”) we inform you that Biuro Handlu Zagranicznego
Wilmański & Pawlik, Marcin Wilmański, address: Radkowice 8, 26-060 Chęciny, Poland
(hereinafter referred to as “the Office”
processing inter alia the following personal data:
- Clients of the Office who are natural persons.
- In the case of clients of the Office who are legal persons or organisational units,
without legal personality – personal data persons empowered to representation of
such entities, employees and associates of such clients.
- Service providers who are natural persons as well as employees and associates of
- Individuals who contacted the Office in order to receive services provided by the
Office, as well as individuals of which data were obtained in the process of
providing such services to clients of the Office.
- Individuals cooperating with the Office in the provision of services on a permanent
or occasional basis.
Personal data controller
The administrator of the personal data is Biuro Handlu Zagranicznego Wilmański & Pawlik,
Marcin Wilmański, address: Radkowice 8, 26-060 Chęciny, VAT No: 4660300762, Company ID: 382671184
Contact details of the controller
We can be contacted by:
- phone: +48 41 314 20 23
- e-mail: email@example.com
- visiting location of our office: Radkowice 8, 26-060 Chęciny, Poland
Purposes for the processing of your Personal Data
- Personal data shall be processed solely for the purposes of ensuring the provision
of services provided by the Office in a professional manner, in accordance with the
current applicable regulations.
- Disposition of the personal data by the Office is necessary in the following areas:
- the execution of a contract, to which You and the Office are parties,
consisting of conducting business activity and expanding B2B markets.
- to fulfill legal obligations imposed on us by law
- for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller –
indicated further on in this information
Data retention period
- Your Personal data will remain stored by us until existence of grounds to continue
- in the case of necessity to implement the contract – throughout the time of its
implementation and the time necessary for the realization by the Parties to
this agreement resulting from its claims
- in the case of necessity to the protection of the vital interests of the data
subject or of another natural person – until completion of those interests or
- in the event that there is a legitimate interest of the Personal Data Controller –
until the existence of this legitimate interest (i.e. until the day where further
processing of your personal data proves to be unjustified according to the
purpose to which it originally served).
- But in all cases, personal details in possession of the Office, will not be processed
for a period shorter than legally required for the storage of particular type of data
Entities to which the Office may share your personal data with
- Your personal data, depending on the specific needs justified by the legal or factual
relationship between us, may be made available to:
- economic entities, natural and legal persons, in order to implement the
entrusted contract consisting in regular brokering when dealing with contacts and
arranging sales transactions with customers on entrusted foreign markets or in the
territory of Poland.
- tax advisors/accountants of the Office – for the purpose of implementation of
the accounting and tax services.
- lawyers and solicitors, providing legal services for the Office, in connection
with the performance of such services.
- software companies that service information and communication systems of
- selected state institutions, state authorities or bodies executing public tasks.
- direct advisors (legal, accountant, investment, etc.) data subjects and other
entities – at your explicit request.
Personal data transfer outside the European Economic Area
- The office does not transfer personal data outside the European Economic Area.
The Office informs, however, that it may be necessary to transfer personal data to a
third country in the manner and under the conditions laid down by the relevant
provisions of the law. Such a case may arise in e.g. contracting the provision of
specific services or information/software tasks to the service providers who are
located outside the European Economic Area.
- The transfer shall be granted only where the country of destination will provide an
adequate level of data protection.
The rights with regard to the personal data processing
- In relation to the processing of your personal data by the Office, the following rights
are available to you:
- the right to access the content of their personal data, correct and add where
required, and limit their processing and removal.
- right to data portability, which have been provided to the Office, i.e. the right
to receiving them in a structured common format and transmitting them to another administrator. That right may be exercised only in cases where processing takes
place on the basis of consent or under a contract and as far as is fully automated.
- In order to take advantage of the above rights, please contact the Office.
The right to lodge a complaint
You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority responsible for
personal data protection, i.e. the President of the Personal Data Protection – in the
acknowledged condition where processing of personal data violates GDPR.
The right to object
- You have the right to object against personal data processing, provided that the data
processing takes place within justified interests implemented by the administrator or
a third party, i.e. in accordance with Article 6 (1) point (f) GDPR.
- Where such an objection is raised, it must be based on a specific situation. On
receipt of an objection we will stop processing your personal data for the purposes
on which the objection has been expressed, unless we demonstrate compelling
legitimate grounds for the processing, which override the interests, rights and
freedoms of the data subject or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal
The right to revoke consent
- Personal data processing is based on the data subject’s consent.
- You have the right to withdraw consent at any time, furthermore the withdrawal of
consent shall be without prejudice to the compliance with the legality of the data
processing, made pursuant on the basis of this consent before its withdrawal.
Information on requirement/voluntary decision to provide data and the consequences of not providing them
- With regard to the processing of personal data in order to fulfil the obligations
imposed by the law, providing personal data in such situations is the statutory
- In case of processing personal data in order to implement contracts, where you and
the Office are Parties and for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the
Personal Data Controller – the obligation to provide the data is a legal requirement.
- The provision of personal data in all cases referred to in the preceding is voluntary,
however necessary for the conclusion and execution of a contract with the Office.
- The Office does not use automated decision-making or automated profiling of
personal data. The processing of you data will be performed manually as well as
with the use of computerised system.