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SCHMALZ+SCHÖN
Eastcargo GmbH
Ringstraße 39-41
D-70736 Fellbach

Tel. +49 711 57567-600
Fax +49 711 57567-619

E-Mail: eastcargo@schmalz-schoen.de

Registered in the Stuttgart Local Court, HRB 264147
VAT ID No. DE 812 936 991

Represented by the managing directors:
Andreas Grimmeißen, Dietmar Penkwitt

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Data protection statement
The SCHMALZ+SCHÖN Logistics Group points out under § 33 of the German Data Protection Act (BDSG) that person-related data are stored in connection with contract performance. We are entitled to process and use the stored data of our customers where this is necessary for advising customers, for contractperformance and for providing the services needed. On request the customer will be informed completely and free of charge at any time about the data stored insofar as it relates to the customer. Person-related data are collected,processed and used exclusively in compliance with the valid regulations under data protection law. Person-related data will not be passed on to third parties. This agreement is deemed to constitute consent under the Data Protection Act.