Mehta Heino Industries Oy
Karamalmintie 2 (Keran Hallit),
02630 Espoo, Finland
We collect, use & store the personal data for the following purposes:-
- to improve our customer service and the products. The information stored is being used for invoicing, services, customer support, surveys and debts collection.
- for marketing and communication purposes according to the personal data law. Collected data might be used to target and develop our marketing and communication services so that for example, newsletters or other direct marketing becomes more relevant to our customers.
- for administrative purposes such as in our accounting and for other statutory obligations.
We store data from our customers, potential customers, job applicants and employees. We store information such as names, company names, personal/company addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, job titles, marketing permission, customer feedback information, billing information, order information, delivery information and other contract information. In addition we collect and process information about our online services by using cookies. From our employees and job applicants we collect basic information as well as information needed to make salary payments and meet statutory obligations. CV’s and job applications sent to us can be stored.
Given consent, we might also collect other information.
When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.
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The data stored and used by MHI is given to us by the person itself. As customers buy our services they give us their contact information. Personal data is also collected when customers sign up for our newsletter, fill in contact forms or download material from our websites. We may also use and store public information from homepages or various registers as well as social media.
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Last updated on 2023-02-12T15:09:00Z