Privacy Policy

General Data Protection Regulations

Privacy Policy and Procedures
Your personal information is important to us and we are committed to safeguarding and protecting your personal data and privacy.

It will also be used in connection with operating your account.  We will only use your personal data for these specific purposes. 

We do not sell or share your personal information with any third-parties for commercial reasons.

What personal data do we hold?

We hold details provided by you on opening an account or when contact us. The data will typically include your name, job title, business address, email address and contact telephone numbers and bank details if an account is opened.

We also collect information and keep records about the transactions you undertake with us. These transactions will typically be order placing, request for quotations, requests for information and payment records. 

We will also hold information within artwork files which may contain your details.

What do we use your personal data for?

We may use your information to provide our service to you. We will also use your contact details to communicate with you and send you information that is required to operate your account.


How is your data held ?

All of the data held by us is in electronic form and/or paper form where printed copies are necessary. All paper records are held at our secure offices. Electronic data including artwork is held on our internal server which is not accessible via the internet. All data on this server is encrypted for security and is firewall and password protected.


How long is data held ?


Paper documents are held for the regulatory period and then destroyed securely by shredding. Electronic data and artwork files is held as long as necessary to operate your account.

All electronic data no longer required will be deleted from all of our systems.

What are the legal grounds for processing your personal information?

Wombourne Printers Limited are the Data Controller as defined by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).