Privacy policy

Your data is safe with us.

17 May 2019

PlantLab (hereinafter: “we”) processes personal data within the framework of its services. It goes without saying that we handle the personal data of our customers, prospects, leads and website visitors as safely and carefully as possible. In this privacy statement, we explain why and how we process personal data. If you have any questions about this, please contact us at +31 (0) 85 – 48 50 850 or info@plantlab.com.

Personal data

We process, among others, the following personal data: name, company name, email address, telephone number, areas of interest, surfing behaviour and IP address. Most of your personal data is provided by you, for example by filling in a vacancy form. We process other data with your consent when you visit our website. We also use cookies on our websites.

We also process specific personal data on our website, namely through the photos of our employees. This always happens voluntarily.

Purposes & grounds for processing personal data

We process personal data for the execution of an agreement or to carry out the legitimate marketing interests of PlantLab. For example, we use personal data to get in touch with you. Occasionally we also send out a newsletter to inform you about news and developments within our industry. If you no longer wish to receive newsletters, you can unsubscribe from any newsletter. Finally, we would like to gain more insight into the needs and interests of our (potential) customers through their surfing behaviour on our website.

Rights of data subjects

Every data subject has a number of rights, for example the right to information and access and the right to deletion of data. We will always do our utmost to comply with this as well as possible. If you wish to exercise your rights, please send an email to info@plantlab.com.

Retention period for personal data

We do not retain personal data longer than necessary.

Securing personal data

It is important that your personal data is processed securely. That is why our servers are equipped with security software. In addition, we only send your data via a secure internet connection (‘https’).

Third parties

We use other service providers for the execution of some of our services. These are our processors. For example, we use an Email Service Provider, a Cloud Provider and an Inbound Marketing and Sales platform. We also use Google Analytics to analyse website visits. These third parties only process personal data when we order them to do so. If you have any questions about this or if you want to know who our specific data processors are, please contact us using the contact details above.

Links to other websites

As a service, you will regularly find hyperlinks to third party websites on our websites. We are not responsible for the handling of your personal data by these parties. Please read the privacy statement of the party concerned.

Cookie statement

We use cookies on our website. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer, laptop or telephone while you are surfing the web. We may place our own or third-party cookies on our websites. We do this to ensure that our website functions optimally, to improve our services and for the efficient execution of our campaigns. On our websites, you can permit the placing of cookies or similar technology.

There are several types of cookies. Below is an overview of cookies that are placed by our website.

Necessary cookies

Necessary cookies are cookies that ensure that our website functions properly. They remember what data or preferences you have previously entered and are necessary for the technical operation of applications on our website, such as forms.

Analytic cookies

Analytic cookies help us to gather information about the functioning of the website, the most visited pages, etc. We use this information to continuously improve our website. For example, Google Analytics collects data about surfing behaviour, and we can see how visitors use the website. We use this information to make informed decisions about the design of our website.

Type Name cookie Party that places the cookie Purpose of the cookie Retention period
Functional cookie AVGcookiemelding PlantLab Remembering whether or not the cookie notification is closed. Maximum 2 years
Functional cookie GTM-P7ND2P2
Google Tag Manager Possibility to post specific content. Session
Functional cookie by_session PlantLab Remembering prefilled forms 28 days
Analytic cookies _ga; _gid Google Analytics Cookies are placed by Google Analytics to gain more insight into the behaviour of visitors to our website. This knowledge is used to improve the user experience on this website. Maximum 2 years

Deleting cookies

If you want to delete the cookies you have placed, you can do so easily via your browser. Information on how to delete cookies can be found here:

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Internet Explorer

Safari

Privacy and cookie policy version

This privacy and cookie policy is subject to change. The latest version is from May 21, 2019.