Privacy and cookies policy
§1 Personal data
As the administrator of personal data on Seaoo.com, the Forwarding Agent shall care for security of provided data, in particular against access of unauthorised entities. The Forwarding Agent shall also ensure all registered Ordering Parties the exercise of rights specified in the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Laws, No. 133, item 883), in particular the right to view one's data, request its update and removal as well as the right to raise objection in matters specified in the Act.
§2 Technical information
SEAOO.com "cookies" files policy
What are "cookies" files?
"Cookies" files are files with text information which a website sends to a user's web browser. They help secure the website, make it possible to remember crucial information, thanks to which using the website will be more convenient, e.g. they facilitate retrieving previously entered data.
What types of "cookies" files are used?
There are two types of "cookies" files:
Session "cookies" - temporary information that is removed after closing a web browser or disabling a device.
Fixed "cookies" - they store information saved in the device long-term memory. They are kept in this location until being removed by the user.
How do we utilize "cookies" files?
"Cookies" files make it possible to understand how users use a website. They make it possible to improve website operations and adjust them to users' needs. "Cookies" files are not used to process or store personal data or other confidential information.
How to remove "cookies" files?
The method of removing the files differs depending on the type of user's web browser. More information on cancelling and blocking "cookies" files is available in the Help section of a web browser used.
Did you know?
Most elected a formula defining the division of responsibility and the costs of transport between the shipper and the consignee of the goods is FOB (Free on Board). It tells us that the exporter pays all the costs of commutation of the load to the output port and the load on the side. The exporter also covers handling costs at the output port, customs clearance costs and port costs. Other costs are the responsibility of the importer.