Privacy Policy

We  at TALLERES AMENABAR, S.A. are committed to the protection of privacy and the correct use of the personal data that we process and that you provide us, both online and offline.

Please read this privacy policy carefully and make sure that you understand and agree to it before providing us with your personal data. If you don’t agree to the policy, do not use this website or its services and do not provide us with your data. By accessing this website, using any of its services or providing us with your data, whether online or offline, we will understand this as a clear provision of your consent (when required) to process your data for the purposes indicated below.

1.- Who is the data controller?


Postal address:  Carretera Ochandiano, s/n, C.P. 01165 Olaeta (Alava)

Email address:

2.- How did we obtain your data?

If you are already a client, you have provided your data to us, either offline or online, when requesting our services in order to be able to maintain the ongoing business relationship with you.

If you have given us your data through this website, we collect information, for example, when you access the site, fill in any form with personal details, or communicate with us directly by email.

We may process and record such uses, sessions and related information, either independently or with the help of third party services, including through the use of  cookies  and other tracking technologies.

When you provide us with your personal details, you guarantee that you are entitled to provide this information and that the information is accurate, truthful, exact and up-to-date, that it is not confidential, that it does not breach any contractual restriction or rights of third parties, and you undertake  to not impersonate other Users using your registration data to the different services and/or contents of the Website.

You are responsible for keeping your details correct and up to date, and TALLERES AMENABAR, S.A. declines all responsibility in the event of failure to do so.

3.- Why do we process your data?

The data you provide us with, as well as any other data created during the development of the business, contractual or other type of relationship that we establish with you, may be processed for different purposes, for example:

  • If you are a current or potential client, to manage the business and/or contractual relationship with current and/or potential clients and suppliers.
  • If you are a mere user of our websites,  to manage the requests you submit online
  • In both cases, to maintain contact and communication with you and to send you information about our products and/or services (including  advertising and/or commercial communications for the purposes of art. 21 LSSICE 34/2002)
  • In the case of providing us with your curricular data or sending us your CV,  to contact you and manage the selection processes that we carry out. In this case, the completion of the information in the fields marked as obligatory is essential for the processing; if you do not provide this information, we will not be able to take your curriculum into account.

4.- For how long will we store your data?

The personal data you provide us with will be kept, in the case of current or potential clients and suppliers, for as long as the business or contractual relationship is ongoing and, once it has ended, for as long as the interested party does not request its deletion and, even if this is requested, for the years necessary to comply with the legal obligations to which we are subject and/or for the legal periods foreseen for the prescription of any liabilities on our part and/or the exercise or defence of claims, and if you are a mere user of the website, for as long as you do not request its deletion)

Even after these periods have elapsed, we may keep them, limiting their processing solely to fulfil legal obligations and/or to exercise or defend claims.

5.- What are the legal grounds for the processing of your data?

The legal basis that legitimises us to process your data is the underlying business relationship between us  if you are a current client/supplier or the offer, quotation, request or pre-contractual relationship of any kind existing between the parties if you are a potential client, or, for example, your consent if you have requested through our website in the case of being a mere user thereof. You grant us this consent by providing us with your online or offline data clearly and unequivocally; such data provision is considered a clear affirmative act that manifests this consent.

The provision of the requested data is compulsory as they are essential for the  purposes indicated above ; if you do not provide them, we will not be able to carry them out.

Given the applicable and appropriate relationship that you have with us as a current or potential client/supplier, user of our website, etc., we have a legitimate interest in processing your data in order to be able to send you information about our activities, products and services (including advertising and/or commercial communications for the purposes of art. 21 LSSICE 34/2002) as part of the maintenance and management thereof.

This purpose is compatible with the initial purpose of collecting your data (to manage contact and communication with you and to maintain the relationship that binds us) but, in any case, the provision of your data for the purposes as mentioned earlier, derived from our legitimate interest, is always voluntary and your interests, rights or freedoms will always prevail over our legitimate interest, so if you request us to delete and stop processing your data for these purposes (by sending us an e-mail to, we will do so. We may keep your data stored to formulate, exercise or defend claims. Such withdrawal does not condition the processing of your data for the other purposes described above.

6.- To whom can we send your data?

You are hereby informed that the data you provide may be communicated  to third parties  for purposes directly related to the legitimate functions of the assignor and the assignee, such as:

  • The transport companies in charge of shipping logistics and delivering our products.
  • Banks, for managing collections and payments.
  • Any organisations or bodies that must be informed for legal reasons (Tax Authority, etc.).

7.- What are your rights when you send us your data?

Right of access : You can ask us which personal data we are processing and also ask us for a copy of it.

Right of rectification : You may ask us to rectify inaccurate or incomplete personal data, which can also be done by way of an additional declaration.

Right of erasure (right to be forgotten):  You can ask us to delete your personal data when: they are not necessary for the purposes they were collected for, you withdraw your consent, they have been processed illicitly, or deletion is required due to a legal obligation.

Right to the limitation of processing : You may request a restriction on the processing of your data, in which case we will store them solely in order to process or defend against any claims.

Right to data portability:  You can request us to return (to you or a third party that you designate) your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format.

Right to object : You may object to the processing of your data whenever such processing is based on the legitimate interest of the data controller or is for advertising purposes.

To exercise all these rights, you may contact us by sending a written and signed request, attaching a copy of your ID card, to the postal or e-mail address indicated in section 2 of this privacy policy. In case of modification of your data, you must notify us at the same address, disclaiming all liability for the company in case of failure to do so.

Once we have received any of the above requests, we will respond to you within a maximum of 10 days.

You may issue a complaint to the Spanish Data Protection Agency. Visit the Spanish Data Protection Agency’s website at for more information about the rights you can exercise and to request the relevant forms.