Disclaimer of responsibility
The use of Halcor Copper Tubes Division of ElvalHalcor Hellenic Copper and Aluminium Industry S.A. (Halcor or the Company) website and the relevant rights and obligations are subject to the terms of the present notice.
Halcor undertakes every possible effort to ensure that the content of the website and the information provided through it, is accurate, correct, clear and complete, however, it does not guarantee and may not be held liable in case it does not ensure the existence of such requirements.
For this reason, the content of the website is provided to the user, as is and as available.
The user assumes all risks that may possibly arise from the access and use of the Company’s website.
The Company shall not be held liable for any direct, indirect, material damage or loss of profit of any kind that may be caused to the user of the website in connection with such use.
Intellectual Property Rights
The content of this website (indicatively, information material of any kind, data, images, graphics, trademarks, trade names, logos) constitutes intellectual and industrial property of Halcor.
The content of the Company’s website is made available to the user for personal use and the Halcor grants the user a non-exclusive and non-transferable right to use the information made available on the Company’s website to the extent agreed with the present terms.
With the exception of the right of use mentioned hereinabove, any modification, publication, transmission, transfer, reproduction, distribution, presentation, download, or exploitation, in whole or in part, in any way or by any means, of the content of the website for commercial or other purposes, is prohibited, without the prior written consent of the Company.
Halcor’s website may contain hyperlinks to the websites of third parties. These hyperlinks are provided solely for the convenience of the user of the Company’s website. The Company has no control whatsoever on the websites of third parties and may not be held liable for their content as well as any damage caused to the user from the access and use of the websites of third parties.
Personal data protection
The data collected with the use of Halcor’s website is related to the automatic registration of technical information such as the number of visitors, the type of the internet browser, the type of the IT operating system used by the user of the Company’s website. This information is used to monitor the use and improve the website. Within the above framework, the Company does not collect or store identifiable personal information of the user.
Halcor shall not collect any identifiable personal information of the user through the use of the website (e.g. name, address, e-mail address) unless the user voluntarily provides personal information in order to be included in the recipient list for the Company’s newsletter or submit any request (by electronic communication).
In the above cases, the Company may collect and store personal data, which shall be used solely for the purpose referred to hereinabove.
The Company reserves the right to record this data in files for generating aggregated statistical records and for improving the content of its website.
The user of the website shall have the right, at any time, to update, access or object to the further processing of his/her personal data in accordance with Articles 11, 12 and 13 of Law 2472/97 as in force.
For the exercise of the above rights, each user may submit a written request at the following email address: email@example.com
The management and protection of the user’s personal data is governed by the present terms and Law 2472/1997, as in force.
The Company shall not proceed to the notification, disclosure, transmission, dissemination or otherwise communication of the user’s personal data without his/her prior consent unless such communication is specifically required by law and competent authorities.
The present terms, any changes thereto and the use of the website are governed by Greek law. For any dispute that may arise from the use of the website, the courts of Athens have exclusive competence.