Privacy policy


Last updated in 2022 April 19th.

IĮ ‘Remapas’ is responsible for keeping all personal information secure. This Law is formulated, on the basis of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union and other laws, in order to protect personal information rights and interests. Please read this message carefully to learn more.

  1. How to read this report?

This report answers the key questions regarding how we collect, use and store your personal information. If you have any questions related to the notice, we are ready to assist you as described in section 15. Please note that any form of the word “we” in this report refers to our Company, as defined in Section 2.

  1. Who is responsible for protecting personal information?

We are IĮ ‘Remapas’

Our address is Draugystės st. 10, Puskelniai, Sasnavos sen., Marijampolė

The company’s code is 304241076

  1.  Why do we collect personal information?

We provide public access to the website and (after – “Websites”), also maintain them, improve them and ensure their security. By browsing our Sites or Social Networking Accounts (as Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube), you agree and grant us the access to the content of the Sites and give consent to its statutory terms of use. That includes but does not limit the copyright-terms and conditions contained in this report of the protection of personal data and privacy.

We must collect, use and protect personal data in order to:

  • manage, improve and optimize our Website and the user experience;
  • respond to inquiries and suggestions coming from Website users, provide technical assistance;
  • comply with legal obligations, settle any disputes that may arise from the visitor or third parties, and implement your rights under any contract between you and Us or between Us and third parties;
  • understand browsing trends, assess the size of our target audience and usage patterns, also understand the needs and preferences of our users;
  • improve the performance and appearance of the Websites, create new features and functionality;
  • protect Our rights and property regarding to Websites.
  1. What kind of information we collect, use and keep?

While browsing one of our Sites or social networking accounts, we may use technologies (analysis of queries made by your browser to the Site, etc.) that automatically collect:

  • The usage data. When you access the Site, we may automatically collect certain information regarding your access to the Site (such as the URLs of access and exit links, the content and pages you access on the Site, access dates and times, etc.);
  • The device information. When you access the Website, We may automatically collect information regarding your device and Internet connection (such as IP addresses, type of computer or mobile device used, operating system version, device ID, browser type, language, etc.);

When the Website is used for submitting some inquires independently, or writing a message to the provided email, the following data is collected:

  • identification data (name, surname, company’s details, etc.);
  • contact details (e-mail address, etc.);
  • additional data is required for the execution of the contract. For example, if you offer to conclude a job contract (when offering to conclude an employment contract – CV data, etc.);
  • car details (car type, model, engine type, etc.);
  • any other data provided by you at your own initiative, which you consider relevant and made during request or offer.
  1. Do we collect confidential information about our clients?

The confidential information is not being collected.

  1. Do we use cookies?

When you log in to the Website, we may use one or more cookies – small text files containing a string of letters and numbers. We may use both session cookies and persistent cookies. The session cookies disappear when you close the browser. The persistent cookies remain after you close your web browser and may be used by your web browser for future visits to our Website. Persistent cookies can be deleted through the settings of your web browser. Review your web browser’s user guide to learn how to change your cookie settings.

Our websites use cookies to collect your IP address and browsing information, such as the websites you visit and the time you spend on each website. This allows the website to remember your system and settings, and thus ensures the proper and convenient operation of the website. Other cookies allow us to monitor website traffic and user’s activity on the website. These cookies are installed to analyze the behavior of visitors and improve user experience. These cookies are installed and used by Google Analytics tool.

Cookies are only installed on your device if you accept them, except for those that are necessary for the website’s technical operation. If you do not consent to the installation of cookies, some features of the website may not work properly.

  1. What information has to be provided and why?

As a visitor to the Site’s accounts, you do not need to provide us any information. All technical information is automatically collected using standard web browsing technologies (analysis of requests made by your browser to the Website, cookies, etc.).

If you wish to use the functionality (forms) of the Website in order to make inquiries, offer agreements, through the contact email addresses provided on our Website, you should indicate your:

  • identification data (name, surname, company’s details, etc.);
  • contact details (e-mail address, etc.);
  • ar details (car type, model, engine type, etc.);
  • • if you propose to conclude a contract, additional data required for the contract will be needed.

You can also provide additional data that you consider relevant to the request, without necessity. Also, if you do not provide some of the information, we need to properly respond to your inquiry, and we may ask you to provide that information in order to solve it.

  1. What information do we collect about our visitors from other sources?

We do not collect any visitor’s data from other sources.

  1. Why is it legally allowed to collect the data?

We legally collect the information about our visitors due to:

  • The necessity of the information which ensures the access to the site. It allows us to fulfill our agreement and browse our Website at any request, as well as respond to inquiries or suggestions. (Article 6 (1) (b) of the General Data Protection Regulation);
  • Legal obligations. It is necessary to solve any arguments, ensure our rights, arising from all contracts concluded between you and Us or between Us and third parties (Article 6 (1) (c) of the General Data Protection Regulation);
  • The improvement of our Website an user experience. Also, to protect the Website from unauthorized access (Article 6 (1) (f) of the General Data Protection Regulation).
  1. Do we use personal data to automate decision making or visitors profiling?

We do not profile our visitors.

  1. Who do we share personal data with?

Personal information could be provided to:

  • Our service providers or contractor’s due to providing, maintaining, creating and keeping secure access to the Site and Social Network accounts.
  • We may also disclose your personal data if such disclosure is mandatory to comply with the legal obligations to establish, enforce or defend legal claims, whether in legal, administrative or extrajudicial proceedings.
  1.   Do we share personal data outside the European Economic Area?

Personal data is not transmitted outside the European Economic Area.

  1. How long information is kept on the archives?

We store the information of your inquiries and proposals in accordance to document storage set by the Chief Archivist of Lithuania.

  1. What are the user’s/visitor’s rights?
  • Make a request to access personal information;
  • Submit a request to correct/change information;
  • Object the processing of data for our legitimate interest, when the data is processed exclusively for that reason and such processing would disproportionately restrict your rights and freedoms (or legitimate interests in the context of the particular circumstances).;
  • Submit a request to delete existing information;
  • Request to restrict access or remove available information;

– where the processing is carried out in our legal interest, it is possible to object such processing. That could restrict some rights and freedoms and legitimate interests in the specific circumstances, unless such processing is necessary to bring legal actions or defend against legal requirements;

  • Arise an argument regarding the usage and storage of personal information at Our Company;
  • Request to export your data;
  • File a complaint with the State Data Protection Inspectorate.
  1. How can we help a client?

If you have any questions, comments or complaints about how we collect, use and store personal data, please contact us and we can refer to the data protection office. Contact us by mail or by phone +37063455552.

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