Following the entry into force on 25 May 2018 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons in relation to personal data protection and on the free movement of such data, and repealing the Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR), we would like to inform you that Śląskie Centrum Logistyki S.A. makes every effort to protect your personal data as best as possible.

To meet our obligation to provide information, deriving from the GDPR rules, we want to present the manner in which we process personal data and mainly to specify the rights of people entrusting us with their personal data.

Śląskie Centrum Logistyki S.A. with registered seat in Gliwice (44-100) at ul. Portowa 28 is the Personal Data Administrator.

The Personal Data Administrator processes personal data pursuant to Article 6 paragraph 1 of the GDPR. Natural persons, the data of whom is processed by ŚCL S.A., have the right to access the contents of the their data and to request their correction, supplementation, rectification, transfer, omission or processing restriction and have the right to object against their processing. Śląskie Centrum Logistyki S.A. does not automatically process personal data and does not profile it, except for profiling for cooperating companies as a processing entity.

Purpose, scope and legal basis of personal data processing at ŚCL S.A.

  1. What data are we talking about?It concerns personal data which are collected within the framework of using our services, i.e. websites, correspondence sent, telephone or e-mail, services and other functionalities provided by Śląskie Centrum Logistyki S.A., including saving in cookies which are installed on our websites by us and our trusted Partners.
  2. How to contact ŚCL S.A. regarding personal data processing?

If you have any questions concerning the privacy and personal data processing principles, please contact us at:

  1. Purpose of data processing

Your personal data is processed for the purposes specified in our policy including, among others, to:

  • adapt the contents of websites and subject matter, including the subject matter of the materials published to your interests,
  • ensure higher service safety and to detect any bots, frauds or misuses,
  • show messages adapted to your needs and interests
  • via the contact form, to enable you to contact the website’s Administrator (,
  • provide you with support on the website via live chat ( to answer questions and solve your problems.
  1. Who can we provide the data to?

We can provide your data to and entities authorised to obtain personal data on the basis of currently rules of law, e.g. courts of law or law enforcement agencies – only when requested based on a relevant legal basis

  1. What are the legal bases for the processing of your data?

Each case of processing of your personal data must be based on a relevant legal basis compliant with the current rules of law. The legal basis for data processing for service provision, pursuant to Article 6 paragraph 1 (b) of the GDPR, is the necessity to perform contracts (these contracts are usually regulations or similar documents available in the services you are using). Pursuant to Article 6 paragraph 1 (f) of the GDPR, the processing is necessary for the purposes deriving from the Administrator’s legitimate interests. Processing for the purposes of adapting the contents of services to your interests, safety assurance, statistical measurements, service improvement and the Administrator’s own marketing. The processing of your personal data for marketing purposes shall take place based on voluntary consent. The Administrator guarantees confidentiality of all personal data provided to it. All Website pages feature the SSL certificate that enables safe data transmission. Personal data is collected with due diligence and adequately protected against access of unauthorised persons.

  1. Entrustment of data processing:

Personal data is collected pursuant to the privacy by default principle (minimisation of data required to meet the processing objective) and entrusted solely to:

  • pl Sp. z o.o. with registered seat at ul. Al. Jerozolimskie 98, 00-807 Warsaw, Tax Identification Number (NIP): 7010198361, REGON no.: 141998822 KRS no.: 0000336780 – for the purpose of storage using their server. The entity guarantees the confidentiality of the data stored in its databases. The manner of their security is specified in the following file:
  • Smartsupp (live chat) with registered seat in 602 00 Brno, Czechia (European Union), ul. Milady Horakove 13 – to provide support to visitors via the website’s live chat. The support is provided to answer questions or solve problems. The data security details are available at
  • Google (Google Analytics is the tool used) – to analyse the website’s statistics. The entity guarantees the confidentiality of the data stored in its databases. The user and event data is anonymous. The data security details are available at
  • Google (YouTube is the tool used) – to present video tutorials and other video materials. Due to the YouTube videos’ embedding, Google collects data in your Google account when you watch the videos and uses it to suggest other videos that could interest you. The website only uses the Google technology in the scope of watching and sharing videos. It does not affect your Google account settings, thereby the users make an independent decision on the use of their data as part of the Google services and tools.
  1. Information on individual personal databases:
    By fulfilling the information obligation towards the owners of personal data, we inform you that your personal data are processed by the ŚCL S.A. in connection with:
  • business collaboration or the supply/purchase of services and are processed within the scope of the business contract on the basis of Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR,
  • the fulfilment of legal obligations (tax purposes, accounting, assertion of claims) on the basis of Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR,
  • ongoing debt collection and legal services, the data is processed on the basis of Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.

The scope of the personal data processed only derives from legal provisions or internal regulations. The provision of data for the purpose of cooperation is necessary for the performance of services and issuing of invoices. Failure to provide the data makes it impossible to carry out the specified economic event.

Data shall not transferred outside the European Economic Area where an adequate level of protection has not been established. In such a case, appropriate technical protection of the data shall be applied at the time of transmission.


By fulfilling the information obligation towards the persons participating in the recruitment process, we inform you that your personal data is processed in connection with the participation in the recruitment process for the purpose of conducting the recruitment on the basis of applicable legal regulations, in particular on the basis of the Labour Code, Article 6(1)(c) GDPR and on the basis of consent expressed in the scope of data voluntarily provided by you in connection with the participation in the recruitment – Article 6(1)(a) GDPR.

The recipients of your personal data may be entities providing and maintaining the Controller’s IT infrastructure, providing recruitment services, as well as other entities only if they are authorised to do so under applicable laws.

The provision of personal data is voluntary, although necessary for the recruitment process.

  1. Processing time of personal data

Personal data provided for the aforementioned purposes will be stored for as long as the business relationship is maintained and for the period necessary for the fulfilment of accounting and tax obligations or the assertion of claims. In the case of data contained in commercial contracts, orders and other documentation related to cooperation with the Controller, such documentation is destroyed no sooner than after 6 years from the end of cooperation, unless the Controller is requested to delete the personal data earlier.In the case of recruitment, your personal data will be stored for the duration of the recruitment process and will then be permanently deleted.

You have the right to request from the Controller:

  • to access personal data concerning you – you have the right to request at any time information about your personal data the Controller holds or has access to,
  • to rectify – the Controller shall take reasonable steps to ensure that your personal data is correct, complete and up to date. This is a mutual responsibility, on your part as well as the Controller’s. Should it be necessary to make changes to this data, you should notify the Controller,
  • to delete, restrict processing and data transfer. In the cases indicated in the legislation, you have the right to request your personal data to be deleted (which applies in particular, but not exclusively, if you make an effective objection to the processing of your personal data and the Controller does not have an overriding legitimate ground for the processing or the processing is for marketing purposes). This right shall be exercised by the Controller without undue delay and provided that other provisions do not impose an obligation on the Controller to process the data. You can also request the restriction of further data processing.In order to do so, please contact the Controller at the e-mail address or by mail, sending correspondence to the address: Śląskie Centrum Logistyki S.A. ul. Portowa 28, 44-100 Gliwice.
  1. Cookies Policy
  2. Śląskie Centrum Logistyki S.A. (hereinafter referred to as the Administrator) automatically collects information included in cookies files.
  3. Cookies:

The term “cookies” used in this document refers to cookies files and other similar tools specified in the Directive 2009/136/EC of the European Parliament on the personal data processing and privacy protection in the electronic communications sector (the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive) as well as Article 173 of the Telecommunications Laws of 16 July 2004 (Polish Journal of Laws; Dz. U. no. 171, item 1800 with further amendments).

Cookies are small IT data files saved and stored on a computer, tablet or smartphone, intended for using websites. “Cookies” usually include the name of the site from which they derive, their storage time and a unique number.

  1. The Administrator is the entity that places cookies on its user’s terminal device.
  2. The Controller only uses session cookies. Session files are temporary, they are stored until you leave the site (by visiting another site, logging out or closing your browser).
  3. The Administrator uses the cookies for the following purposes:
    a)Adapt to the User’s needs and facilitate the site’s ( use, including:
  • adapting the contents of the site’s pages to the User’s preferences,
  • collection and analysis of the data about the User’s device to improve the site’s functioning and facilitate the site’s use,
  • recognition of the User’s device and the website’s adequate display, adapted to the User’s device (different appearances for a monitor and for a mobile device),
  • visited page history memorisation to recommend contents and adapt new contents to the users’ interests,
    b) ensuring the site’s security and reliability,
    c) presenting multimedia on the website’s pages, downloaded from an external site: [cookies administrator: Google Inc. with registered seat in the USA]
    d) collection of statistical data via analytical tools: Google Analytics [cookies administrator: Google Inc. with registered seat in the USA]
    e) presenting ads adapted to the User’s preferences with the use of an online ad tool: Facebook [cookies administrator: Facebook Inc. with registered seat in the USA or Facebook Ireland with registered seat in Ireland]
    f) use of interactive functions to disseminate the website using social media:
  • com [cookies administrator: Twitter Inc. with registered seat in the USA]
  • [cookies administrator: Google Inc. with registered seat in the USA]
  • Facebook and Instagram [cookies administrator: Facebook Inc. with registered seat in the USA or Facebook Ireland with registered seat in Ireland]

Ability to specify the storage conditions or access conditions via cookies. The User can change the cookies settings at any time by specifying their storage conditions and access conditions via cookies to the User’s device. The User can change the aforementioned settings using the browser settings or via service configuration. The settings can be changes specifically to block the automatic support of cookies in the browser’s settings, or to receive information every time the cookies are saved on the User’s terminal device. Specific information about the cookies support is available in the software (browser) settings. The user can delete the cookies at any time by using the browser’s functions. The cookies’ restriction can affect some functionalities available on the website’s pages.

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