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Data Protection

Thank you for your interest in Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG and our associated companies, and for contacting us via our internet site.

We protect your personal data and information against misuse in accordance with the legal requirements, and do not pass this data or information on to third parties. Personal data is only stored if it is necessary to answer your contact enquiries, such as requests for forms or online applications. And this information is also only stored in strict compliance with the legal requirements.

You can find further information regarding data protection in Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG’s public procedure directory.

HHLA’s Public Procedure Directory
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG

Section 4g of the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (BDSG)) states that the data protection officer must make the information available in a suitable format upon request in accordance with Section 4e of the BDSG. HHLA’s data protection officer has recorded this and other information in a comprehensive and detailed overview.

We have provided the main aspects in condensed and summarised form below for your information. Upon request we would be happy to provide information regarding your stored personal data, actions during which data may be automatically processed, and what type of data this is. Your right to information in accordance with Section 34 of the BDSG is not affected.

1. Name of Party Responsible:

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG

2. Executive Board:

Angela Titzrath (Chairwoman of the Executive Board)
Heinz Brandt
Jens Hansen
Dr. Roland Lappin

Assigned Head of Data Processing:
Frank Winkenwerder

3. Address of Party Responsible:

Bei St. Annen 1
20457 Hamburg
Germany

4. Purpose of Collecting, Processing and Using Data:

(from HHLA’s articles of association, General Provisions Section 2)

  • The object of the company is to manage and participate in companies which are active in the economic sectors of sea transport, particularly in the container, intermodal and logistics business fields. The company may also acquire, maintain, sell, lease, manage and develop real estate which is not specific to transshipment, particularly real estate in Hamburg’s historical Speicherstadt warehouse district and its fish market.

5. Description of Groups Affected and Relevant Data and Data Categories:

Customer, employee and supplier data is only processed and used if necessary for the purposes defined under item 4. Upon request we would be happy to provide information regarding actions during which your data may be stored and what type of data this would be.

6. Recipients or Categories of Recipients with Whom the Data May be Shared:

Public authorities in compliance with statutory requirements, external contractors in accordance with Section 11 of the BDSG and HHLA Group subsidiaries for the purposes defined under item 4.

7. Standard Time Periods for Deleting Data:

The law prescribes a variety of storage obligations and time periods. Once these time periods have expired, the relevant data is routinely deleted. If data is not affected by these time periods then they are deleted once the purpose defined under item 4 no longer applies.

8. Planned Forwarding of Data to Other Countries:

We do not plan to forward data to other countries.

HHLA Data Protection Officer