The following pages contain information on the processing of personal data by us. Furthermore, you will receive information on your rights pursuant to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR). The information applies in general to the initiation and implementation of business relationships in connection with the DLK. The specific subject matter of your enquiry or the concluded agreement shall determine what is specifically relevant in your case.
Bundesvereinigung Logistik e.V.
T: +49 / 421 / 173 84 0
F: +49 / 421 / 173 84 40
Our (external) operational data protection officer can be contacted via:
HUBIT Datenschutz GmbH & Co KG
T: +49 / 421 / 33 11 43 00
We process personal data we have obtained from the attendees (e.g. exhibitors / visitors) and/or interested parties within the scope of the DLK. Moreover, publicly accessible sources (e.g. Commercial Register or Register of Associations, press, media, internet, list of insolvent debtors) may be used for the collection of personal data.
Personal data from other sources (e.g. information from the German central credit-reporting agency Schufa) shall, where applicable, only be collected or processed with your consent.
In general, we process:
We process the aforesaid personal data in compliance with the EU-GDPR and with the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG).
Persons with access to your data within our company are those members of staff who require said data for the performance of a specific purpose, in particular with regard to contractual or legal obligations.
Data is passed on within the scope of statutory provisions, in particular the EU -GDPR and the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG).
Personal data may be passed on to:
Insofar as you have given us your consent to the retransfer of data, data may also be passed on to this authority.
No, data is processed exclusively within the Federal Republic of Germany, the EU or another contracting state of the EEA.
Your data will be processed or stored by us for as long as it is required to meet contractual or legal obligations. Your data will be subsequently periodically deleted. The data shall not be deleted if such deletion is overridden by a statutory period of retention, or the data must be retained as evidence within the framework of a statutory period of limitation, or if you have consented to your data being stored for a longer period.
The data subject – i.e. the person whose data is being processed – is entitled to the following:
Insofar as you have given us your consent as a legal basis for the processing of data, this consent may be withdrawn at any time. This withdrawal of consent applies only to future processing of personal data, not to data that has already been processed.
You may lodge an objection to the processing of data based on the pursuit of a legitimate interest as a legal basis. The further processing of this data is then no longer admissible unless there are compelling grounds worthy of protection on the part of the responsible party, or the processing serves the purpose of the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
If you wish to exercise your rights, please contact us direct or our contact partner for data privacy issues (see above).
Within the framework of a contractual relationship, you are required to provide the data necessary for the implementation and performance of the contract or which is needed to meet legal requirements. As a rule, it is not possible to conclude or execute a contract without this data. Failure to provide the required data may, where applicable, result in the termination of the contract.
No, no automated decision-making comes into play.
No, no profiling takes place.
Right to object to direct marketing
You are entitled to lodge an objection to the processing of data for direct marketing purposes. Your personal data will then no longer be processed for this purpose.
In order to exercise your right to object, please contact us directly or our contact partner for data privacy issues (see above).