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Politických vězňů 934/15
Nové Město, 110 00 Praha 1
Czech Republic 
General manager - CEO: Martin Kocka

Tel. +420776145061

VAT: CZ19921128

Legal information: WOCA SOUTH EAST s.r.o. is the owner of this website and responsible for its content.
By using this website, you agree to these TERMS OF USE.
Copyright – WOCA SOUTH EAST s.r.o. holds the copyright for all data and programs on the WOCA-SE website.
You are permitted by WOCA SE to use data from this website for private purposes, but not for commercial ones. No commercial use or distribution of WOCA SE data material without a confirmed usage agreement.
This consent is not a transfer of rights to any material or software and is subject to the following restrictions:

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WOCA SE accepts no liability for the correctness or completeness of the information or the reliability of advice, opinions or other information as displayed, calculated or distributed by the website. Changes can be made to the information, services or software available on this website or the products shown at specific intervals.

WOCA SE accepts no liability for the content of third-party websites to which links are provided, and in no way represents or supports these websites.

Under no circumstances can WOCA SE be held liable for direct, indirect, specific or other consequential damage (including loss of profit, loss of business, loss of programs or other data in your trading system or similar) caused by the website or associated with the use thereof (or the lack of a use option), including any errors or faults with services, information and software provided within the website. This also applies if WOCA SE has been explicitly alerted to the possibility of damage of this kind.

Foreign users and applicable law WOCA cannot guarantee that the materials or products shown on this website are suitable or available in all locations.

The general terms of use are subject to Danish law.

Data protection WOCA SOUTH EAST s.r.o. respects the privacy of all its website users. This privacy policy sets out what information WOCA is allowed to collect and how this information can be used.

This privacy policy applies to WOCA SOUTH EAST s.r.o. (the Company).

The aim of the policy is to ensure and document that the company protects its personal data in accordance with the rules for the processing of personal data. The policy also contributes to the disclosure of the processing and use of the registered personal data.

The policy is reviewed every year.
The company processes personal information on:
• Employees
• Customers
• Suppliers

The company has prepared a list of the ways in which personal data is processed. The list gives an overview of the data processing for which the company is responsible.
Personal data is required in order to conclude employment, customer and supplier contracts:

If you visit and use our website, we record information about you using cookies. This information includes your browser type, what you have searched for on our website, your IP address: and device information on your computer, phone, operating system, etc. (hereinafter referred to as “cookie data”). Generally, we use cookie data to improve our website and improve future implementation on our website. We also use it for targeted marketing.
We process cookie data because it is necessary in line with our legitimate interest in preventing invalid registrations by checking the location of the user and in improving the user experience in general by using our product and providing our customers with the solution which works best for them.
We will ask for your consent in advance before sending you direct marketing in the form of newsletters, offers or similar. You can also unsubscribe at any time using the link in the newsletter.
As a general rule, you can revoke your consent at any time by contacting us via the contact details at the end of this privacy policy. If you revoke your consent, we will delete the personal data we have processed based on your previous consent, unless there is a legal requirement for the further processing of specific personal data.
If we forward your data in a manner not described above and which requires your consent, we will contact you and request your consent for the change to data processing.
Cookies We do not currently use the technology to store information on your computer in the form of what are known as “cookies”. There are useful hints on cleaning and care here. Base and final treatment of your outdoor products

Personal data is processed and archived in conjunction with:
• Personnel administration, including employment, recruitment, resignation and payroll
• Master data for customers, appointments and sales
• Master data for suppliers, order requests and purchases
• IT and IT security in the company
• Business and finance
• Support, customer service and advice
• Communication and marketing
• Contracts (legal agreements)
• Statistics

The company does not use personal data for purposes other than those listed above. Furthermore, the company does not collect personal data over and above what is necessary for the purpose.

The company has introduced the following general guidelines for the storage and deletion of personal data.

• Personal data is stored in physical folders.
• Personal data is stored in IT systems and on server drives.
• Personal data is stored no longer than is required for the purpose of data processing.

We regularly delete personal data if it is no longer relevant for the purpose for which it was obtained. However, we do save your personal data to the extent that the legislation requires, for example, accounting laws stipulating the saving of accounting data. If you have any questions about how your personal data is stored, please contact us using the details provided at the end of this privacy policy.

The company has carried out a risk assessment and implemented the following security measures for the protection of personal data.
• Only employees who have to access the recorded personal data for professional reasons have access to it, either physically or through permissions to IT systems.
• All computers are password-protected, and employees may not share their passwords with others.
• Firewall and antivirus software must be installed on laptop computers and regularly updated. The remaining desktop computers are protected by the company’s firewall.
• Personal data is properly deleted when IT equipment is decommissioned or repaired.
• USB sticks, external hard drives, etc. containing personal data must be stored in a locked drawer or cupboard.
• Physical folders are kept in locked offices or cupboards.
• Personal data in physical folders is destroyed by shredding.
• All employees must receive instructions on the handling and protection of personal information.

We only disclose personal data to third parties when allowed to by law.
We use external companies as suppliers in order to provide the best possible service. These external suppliers are known as data processors and, in certain cases, handle the personal data we have collected in conjunction with providing services to us. Our data processors process all the personal data we have collected only in line with our instructions and the official requirements for data processors.
Personal information about employees can be disclosed to official bodies, e.g. the tax authorities, unions, banks and pensions companies.

The company only uses data processors which can offer the necessary guarantees that they take suitable technical and organisational security measures in order to meet the requirements of data protection legislation. All computer users must sign a data processing agreement before starting any processing.

The company complies with the rights of the data subject, including the right to access, withdrawal of consent, correction and deletion, and informs the data subjects about the processing of personal data by the company. The data subject also has the right to consult the data protection authorities.

If you wish to exert any of the rights listed above, please contact us using the contact details at the end of this privacy policy. If you wish to appeal against the processing of your personal data, you need to contact the data protection regulators (

In the event of a breach of data protection, the company will inform the data protection regulators as quickly as possible and within 72 hours of the infringement. The Group Finance Manager is responsible for this. The review describes the breach, which groups of people have been affected and what the consequences of the breach could be for these people. It also explains how the company has resolved the breach or plans to do so. Where the breach represents a serious risk for the people whose personal data is processed by the company, the company will also inform these people. The company documents all breaches of personal data security on a separate server drive with very restricted access.

If you have any questions or comments about this privacy policy or would like to exert one or more of your rights, please contact us on:

In some cases, we automatically recorded technical information which cannot be identified to a person, i.e. the type of internet browser or operating system you use and the domain name of the website from which you accessed our website.