Who we are
We are a distribution company from Sweden and work throughout the Nordic region.
We provide lab equipment and lab supplies to hospitals from suppliers around Europe.
Company name: Biotech-IgG Equity AB (publ)
Corporate identity: 556529-6224
Post address: Starrbäcksgatan 1, SE-17274 Sundbyberg, Sweden (Google Maps)
Visiting address: Järnvägsgatn 7, SE-65225, Karlstad, Sweden (Google Maps)
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Phone: +46 54 15 04 10 weekdays 09:00-16:00 CET (UTC+1)
Customer website: https://biotech-igg.com
Shareholder website: https://biotech-equity
Processing of personal data (GDPR)
From May 25, 2018, the EU data protection regulation (GDPR) applies as a law in Sweden. The Data Protection Regulation is intended to protect the fundamental rights and freedom of individuals, in particular their right to protection and control of their personal data.
What is a personal information?
According to GDPR, a personal information is any kind of information that can be directly or indirectly attributed to a living natural person. Typical personal information is personal identification number, name and address, but for example encrypted data and various kinds of electronic identities are also personal data if they can be linked to a natural person.
Information that has been unidentified (pseudonymised), but which can be attributed to a natural person with the help of other information, is also personal data.
What is meant by treatment?
By processing personal data is meant in principle everything that can be done with the personal data. It can be, for example, to collect, register, store, collate or print the data. We treat your personal data when we take your order or get contacted by you.
What personal information do we treat about you?
This is the information we save, but it differs very much depending on who you are.
If you are a supplier, customer, share holder, employee or other.
- Social security number
Purpose and legal basis for processing your personal data
To, among other things, be able to contact you, for example:
- General questions
Remember to only submit information that is relevant and in demand.
Who can access your personal data?
Your personal data is treated only as a starting point by us. Your personal data may also be shared with operators who process personal data on our behalf as personal data assistants.
Transfer of personal data to third countries
As a general rule, we only process your personal data in the EU / EEA.
How long do we save your personal data?
We do not process your personal data for a longer period of time than is permitted by applicable law, regulation or authority decision.
You have a number of rights under the GDPR. In short, these rights mean that you should be informed about when and how your personal data is processed and that you should be able to have control over your personal data.
You therefore have the right, in some cases, to have your information corrected, deleted (“the right to be forgotten”) or blocked (“right to limitation of treatment”). You also in some cases have the right to get out and move your information (“right to data portability”) and the right to object to the treatment.
You have the right to access information about which personal data we process about you and a free copy of them (registry extract).
Register day according to the data protection regulation
We do not process personal data for automatic decision making.
If you believe that we violate the GDPR, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Inspectorate. If you want to exercise your rights or contact us for our processing of your personal data, you are welcome to do so.
The National Post and Telecom Agency (PTS) also recommends that the website states what the different cookies are called, to which domain name they belong, what data is stored in the cookies and how long they are stored in the visitor’s web browser. It should also clearly state whether the information comes from or is disclosed to third parties.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the visitor’s computer, that is, your computer, and is used to analyze how the visitors use the website.
There are two different types of cookies, temporary cookies, and partly those that are stored for some time.
This is how cookies are used at biotech-igg.com
- When you reply to or submit a form, a cookie is saved in your computer that remembers that you have replied to the form. A cake also keeps track of the fact that you have responded to the concession on cookies.
- When you log in to the site, cookies are used to store the login information.
- Cookies are also used to obtain visitor statistics
These cookies are used at biotech-igg.com
- _ga – Used to get visitor statistics and stored for two years.
- _gat – Used to get visitor statistics and stored for 10 minutes.
Visitor statistics and third parties
The visitor statistics are used to improve the website and user experience of it. At scb.se we use the Google Analytics analysis tool for this purpose. In connection with that, information is forwarded to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
However, Statistics Sweden has anonymized the information that is passed on by the analysis tool deleting the last digits of the user’s IP number before this happens.
For example, when we use Google Analytics, we find out:
- How many visitors and page views we have on scb.se
- How long the users on average stay on each side
- How many pages the visitors open on average during each visit
- Which browser is most common
- Which device is used (mobile, computer, or tablet)
- How to click through to our web pages
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How to avoid cookies
You can also avoid cookies by avoiding responding to forms or by not logging in to the website.
More about the law and its meaning
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Last updated: 2019-05-13