Privacy Policy


ACEROS Y SUMINISTROS SL has a web page and in it there are data collection forms, so that users of the page can contact the company or send their queries and suggestions, must comply with legal requirements on data protection, in this case, you can hang next to the form this clause

First level information

Basic Information on Data Protection
PurposeManage the request/information received through the form.
LegitimationConsent of the interested party.
AddresseesNo data will be disclosed to third parties, unless legally required.
RightsAccess, rectify and delete data, as well as other rights, as explained in the additional information.
Additional informationAdditional and detailed information on Data Protection can be consulted at our head office.

As long as you do not inform us otherwise, we will understand that your data has not been modified, that you agree to notify us of any change and that you maintain your consent to use it for the aforementioned purposes. The receipt of data through this form, if you have not freely, affirmatively and voluntarily consented to the processing and storage of the same, will be deleted immediately without proceeding to perform any action with the same.”

Second level information:

Extended Information on Data Protection
ResponsibleIdentity: ACEROS Y SUMINISTROS SL B95710257 Address: POL. PADURA 1 / 48830 SODUPE BIZKAIA Mail:
PurposePurpose: To manage the request/information received through the form by will of the interested party. Automated decisions: NEVER Time of conservation of your data: Two years, unless previously requested to be deleted by the interested party.
LegitimationConsent of the interested party.
AddresseesConsent of the interested party.
RightsRight to request access to personal data concerning the data subject Right to request its rectification or erasure Right to request the limitation of its processing Right to object to the processing, Right to data portability. You may exercise any of the above rights at the address indicated in the “Responsible” section. At this same address, or by e-mail, you may request further information on these rights or their exercise. Finally, you may lodge a complaint with the competent Data Protection Supervisory Authority, especially when you have not obtained satisfaction in the exercise of your rights. Contact information for this body can be found at