Privacy policy

In the following you can read about how Ipart ApS, VAT number: DK32308473 handles personal information.

We use the data about you to make our service better, to ensure the quality of our products and services, and in our contact with you.


Data controller

Ipart is responsible for your data and to ensure that the processing of your personal data is in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation.

If you have any questions regarding our processing of your personal data, please contact us here:

Ipart ApS
Frankrigsvej 1
DK-8450 Hammel
Contact: Chief accountant, Lene Kjær Henriksen


What information is collected and how is it used?

Generally, we only collect, process, and store the personal data that are necessary for us to fulfil requests for offers on products or services, reach an agreement with you, or improve our products and services. In addition, we may collect a certain type of data due to it being required by law, or we may collect data to fulfil or ensure a legal situation.

In general, personal data is processed on the basis of the General Data Protection Regulation (regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016) point (a) of article 6(1) (consent from the data subject), point (b) of article 6(1) (processing of general personal data is necessary to enter into or fulfil an agreement with the data subject), point (c) of article 6(1) (processing of general personal data is necessary in relation to fulfil reporting requirements to public authorities, i.e. tax agencies), point (f) of article 6(1) (processing of general personal data in which the companies have a legitimate interest, i.e. processing of information for internal statistics).


Information in relation to contracting, including the establishment of a project platform

In relation to contracting, we process the data that you give us yourself. This primarily includes general personal data such as contact information. We process this information to register and service you/the company as a client, and to comply with applicable legislation.


Information about website visits

Data collection regarding visits on our website, including the use of cookies, is described in a separate cookie policy, which can be found on our website.



The personal data will only be used or disclosed for marketing purposes, provided that you have consented to this. Your consent is voluntary, and you are entitled to withdraw this at any time by contacting us. Use the contact information provided above if you want more information.


Who has access to the personal data?

Our employees have access to your data and the use of these, provided that it is necessary in order to service you as a client or to comply with applicable legislation.

The personal data is only disclosed to external collaborators that manage the necessary functions, which allows us to deliver our services and products. In these cases, the processing of the personal data will be carried out as instructed by the companies and in compliance with a data processing agreement.

We continuously ensure that we and the data processors take the necessary technical and organisational precautionary measures, so as to your personal information are not accidentally or illicitly destructed, lost, or altered. Furthermore, we ensure that your information is not unlawfully disclosed, abused, or processed in violation of the rules on processing of personal data in force at the time.

Generally, we disclose data to the following data processors: The IT suppliers of the companies; entities of the group; external suppliers and collaborators that are necessary to fulfil an agreement.
We do not disclose personal data to data processors in third countries outside of the European Union or to international organisations.


How long is the data stored?

The personal data is stored for as long as you are our customer.

After the customer relationship has been terminated, the personal data is stored to the extent necessary to comply with applicable legislation, including the Money Laundering Act, the Bookkeeping Act, and applicable data protection laws. This means that the personal data is kept for approx. 5 years after the customer relationship has been terminated.


Your rights

  • You have the right to get insight in the personal data, which we process about you, and have them corrected if needed.
  • The right to data portability (provision of data in a generally used format).
  • You are entitled to the deletion of the personal data we hold about you. If you want to have your information deleted, we will delete all personal data that is not bound by law to be kept and stored, or necessary for us to service you as a customer.
  • If the processing of your personal data is based on a consent from you, you have the right to withdraw the consent, meaning the processing of your data ends afterwards, unless we are required by law to process the personal information.
  • You have the right to limit the processing of your personal data if you dispute the merits of the personal data or oppose to the processing.

You can send your request to the e-mail address stated in section 2. Your request will be answered as soon as possible, and no later than a month after we have received your request. For more complicated requests the deadline may be extended by 2 months. If the request is manifestly unfounded or excessive, the request may be rejected, or a fee may be charged.



You have the possibility to file a complaint of our processing of your personal data to The Danish Data Protection Agency via e-mail: For more information on contact and filing complaints visit


Changing the privacy policy

We reserve the right to occasionally make changes to this privacy policy. The applicable privacy policy in force at the time will be accessible on our website. We will inform you of any significant changes directly.