Albelli believes that building up confidence in the protection of privacy is of great importance in allowing the internet to grow further. We also believe that the efficient collection, use and passing on of information leads to the improvement of the development of doing business via the internet and electronically, provided that this information is treated honestly and responsibly. We describe in this privacy statement how Albelli collects and processes personal data. By ‘personal data’ is here meant data relating to a person and by which this person can be identified, such as your name, e-mail address and telephone number.

Collection of personal data

In general you can visit this website without revealing personal information about yourself. For access to certain parts of the website, e.g. in order to apply for a vacancy, we need to collect personal data from you. In this case notification of your personal data is voluntary. If you do not supply us with these personal data, you cannot benefit from the associated functionality of this website, such as contact, downloading of documents and personnel recruitment. You will find below the purposes for which your personal data are collected and processed, together with a brief description of how your personal data are handled in the different situations.

Contact with you (general)

We respond to comments and requests that you communicate to us via the website, such as an information request or response to a vacancy. We can also ring you back or contact you via e-mail.

Personnel recruitment

When you provide your CV or apply online, we use your personal data for purposes associated with personnel recruitment, such as contact via e-mail, telephone or post. In certain cases it may be necessary for you to register on the website, so that you can follow the progress of your application online. You agree to your data being placed in an Albelli database and that Albelli can approach you in the future for vacancies that it believes are suitable for you.

Information provision

By supplying your personal data to us, you also agree that Albelli will supply you from time to time with information – e.g. by means of a newsletter or e-mail – that may be of interest to you. Your personal data will not be supplied to third parties for marketing purposes without your prior permission.

Maintenance of the website and customer satisfaction surveys

We use your personal data to maintain and improve our website. We may also use your personal data to conduct customer satisfaction surveys.

Cookies and click trails

We can collect information during the use of our website by means of cookies and click trails. All the information collected via cookies and click trails is anonymised and combined and used solely to develop and follow traffic patterns and use volumes on our websites. Cookies are sometimes also used to help you find the correct information and to adjust your visit to your personal preferences. A cookie can be used, for example, to remember your login data if you select the “Remember me” option when logging in. If you do not wish cookies from our website to be stored on your computer, you can set your internet browser to refuse cookies or to notify you when you receive a cookie, which you can then refuse if you wish. See the explanation in the help information of your browser. If you refuse cookies, it is incidentally possible that you will be refused access to certain parts of the websites.

Processing by third parties

Albelli may make use of third parties to collect, use and otherwise process personal data on our behalf, in which case, arrangements are made with these parties in conformity with Albelli’s privacy and security policy, and also with the relevant provisions in the Data Protection Act.


Albelli may decide to reorganise its business activities from time to time, for example, by acquiring new companies or merging or selling existing companies. Albelli can or may have to supply personal data in that context to third parties, irrespective of whether this takes place in the context of a reorganisation, merger or acquisition of the whole or a significant part of Albelli.

Statutory obligations

Albelli may make your personal data available in the context of the user conditions of our website, or under urgent circumstances, to protect the personal or public security or Albelli’s websites. We may also be obliged in principle to make your personal data available by law, as a result of statutory or other official summonses, warrants or orders, in every country where we do business.

Sensitive personal data 

Albelli does not as a rule collect “sensitive personal data” via its website. By “sensitive personal data” is meant personal data relating to race or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, membership of trade unions, or health or sex life. If you make unsolicited sensitive personal data available us (for example, by including these in a c.v. or application supplied online), you are agreeing that your personal data will be used as described in this privacy statement.

Consulting, correcting, amending and removing personal data 

If you discover that your personal data has been incorrectly entered, if you want to remove them from the Albelli database, no longer wish to receive information from Albelli, or no longer wish your personal data to be supplied to third parties, you can update, correct or remove your profile from our website, or request Albelli to do this via
Security and integrity of data.

Albelli employs various technological and procedural security measures to protect the personal data that we collect, use or pass on against loss, misuse, alteration and deletion. You must, however, bear in mind that, because of the open and insecure nature of the internet, Albelli cannot be held responsible for difficulties with the security of personal data that are exchanged via the internet.

Registration with the Data Protection Authority

The processing of personal data by Albelli is registered with the Data Protection Authority and otherwise also conforms to the Data Protection Act and other relevant legislation.