Gori Propeller A/S
Business reg. no. 30568753
Gori Propeller A/S (hereinafter ”we” and ”us”) is the data controller.
At gori-propeller.com you may register for marketing communications provided by us.
When registering, you consent to us sending you emails containing offers, news, inspiration and good advice, information about fairs, events and competitions, and other information related to Gori Propeller’s product range.
In connection with such registration you will be requested to supply some personal data about yourself, such as your name, email address and postal code.
We will use such personal information only to send you marketing communications.
2. Legal basis for processing
The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is Article 6(1), para. (a) (consent) of the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
Your consent may be withdrawn at any time. You can do so by sending an email to:
If you withdraw your consent, your registration for marketing communications will terminate without further notice, and you will no longer be able to get the services that we provide in that connection.
You are at any time entitled to:
– Get access to see which personal data that we process;
– Have the personal data that we process erased;
– Rectify, restrict or object to our personal data processing;
– Transfer personal data from us to another data controller; – File a complaint with the Danish Data Protection Agency How to complain (datatilsynet.dk)
Regardless of the above, it is, however, not always possible for us to comply with a request to erase personal data, e.g. because we may have a legitimate interest in keeping the personal data, or we may be obliged to keep the personal data according to other rules of law.
Inquiries concerning access, erasure, rectification, restriction, objections to or transfer of personal data with us must be sent to:
We do not disclose personal data unless
– It is required by law;
– We have obtained your consent; or
– It is required for performing the agreement which we have made with you and which the data concerns.
5. Data processors and third country transfers
We use external business partners and suppliers for operation, development and hosting of communication and marketing solutions, market research and data storage.
These business partners and suppliers are data processors for us and process personal data upon our instructions.
We have made written data processor agreements with these data processors.
The data processors have a duty of confidentiality and must not use the personal data for other purposes than those specified in the data processor agreement.
We continuously monitor the data processors to ensure that they live up to their obligations under the data processor agreement.
In certain cases we transfer personal data to data processors established outside the EU/EEC. We are aware of the rules governing this and require that the data processors meet special requirements for such processing.
With data processors established in countries outside the EU/EEC, where the European Commission has not made any decision on the adequacy of protection, we have made special agreements to ensure that the level of protection of personal data meets the same requirements as must be met by our other business partners and suppliers that process personal data for us inside the EU. A copy of the agreement format is available at the Commission’s website here: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32001D0497&from=en.