IDENTITY AND ADDRESS OF LEGAL RESPONSIBLE
Schenker International, S.A. de C.V., also called as DB Schenker, henceforth referred to with the latest, with address located at: Avenida Patriotismo #201, 3rd floor, Colonia San Pedro de los Pinos, Del. Benito Juárez, Z.P. 03800, Mexico City, as well as the email Daniela.Mar@dbschenker.com is the Company, in character of “Responsible” will treat as person in charge any personal data received from you as “Holder” of the data, understanding as “Holder” the natural or legal person to whom the personal, financial and patrimonial data correspond (wherein after as Personal Data), understanding these ones as, any information concerning to an identified or identifiable natural or legal person, in accordance with the article 17 section II of the Federal Law for Protection of Personal Data held by Individuals (the “LFPDPPP” from its Spanish initials).
DB Schenker informs you about the procedure that has been developed to protect your personal data, through which, we offer to our customers, prospective suppliers, suppliers, contractors, prospective employees and employees, the legitimate, controlled, correct and knowledgeable treatment of their personal data, as well as, to guarantee the privacy and right to informational self-determination of the Holders that is carried out in the following terms:
For what purposes will we use your personal data?
DB Schenker will collect and processes personal data in order to carry out with the activities and functions related to our line of business to complying with the obligations arising from any commercial or legal relationship that we establish with you for the following purposes:
b) Prospective suppliers
d) Employee candidates
All information received by the Responsible containing Personal Data in written, graphic, electronic, magnetic or other tangible form shall be deemed to be Holder ́s property, therefore, its use is limited to the terms specified in this privacy notice, and the Responsible shall protect it with the same level of security and care as it uses for its own information.
Which personal data will we use for these purposes?
To comply with the purposes described in this privacy notice, DB Schenker will use the following personal data:
A. General data such as full name, signature, date of birth, nationality, gender, marital status, address, telephone number, email address, Unique Population Registration Key (CURP), Federal Taxpayer Registration (RFC), if it applies immigration form and photograph.
B. Academic data such as educational background, professional title, professional license and professional certifications.
C. Employment data such as work history, payroll receipts, labor references, working conditions, benefits and active litigations.
D. Tax and social security data such as IMSS affiliation number, INFONAVIT credit number, FONACOT credit number, AFORE affiliate number and tax returns.
E. Financial and property data such as bank account, CLABE, revenue report, credit bureau report and socio-economic study.
F. Data collected through the website such as browser type, language, access time, interaction with our emails and website.
The personal data described in the afore mentioned paragraphs of this section are collected by DB Schenker through: i) voluntary and direct disclosure through our printed forms; ii) voluntary disclosure of information and personal data through face to face or telephone interviews with our authorized personnel; iii) along with voluntary and direct disclosure of your information through dialog boxes in our website; or by the use of emails, and iv) using open source resources and any other sources in the market.
With whom do we share your personal information, and for which uses?
DB Schenker, in order to comply with legal, commercial, labor and quality obligations in the service, request your consent to transfer your personal data, inside and outside the country with the following persons, companies, subsidiary companies, organizations or authorities different than ours, under the same rules that are establish in the present notice The purposes for whom such transfer will be made are:
Recipient of personal data
Corroborate the company ́s staff data, as well as some certifications
Foreign companies’ part of the DB Schenker group
Corporate management and operational support
Comply with the inspections and court orders requested by the Authority
To carry out the activities designated for the correct operation and performance of Schenker ́s business
The review of the coverage when a covered claim occurs
The Responsible will refrain from selling or renting the Personal Data of the Holder to any unauthorized third party. The Responsible may only share the personal data just for the uses described above and to comply with the requirements and benefits, requested by the local or federal authorities.
How can you access, rectify or cancel your personal data, or object to its use?
The Holder have the right to know about the personal data we have about you, the treatment we apply for them and the conditions of use we give it (Access). It is also your right to request from us the modification of your personal data if it’s out of date, inaccurate or incomplete (Correction); additionally you have the right to ask for the deletion of your data from our records or databases when you believe that it is not being used properly (Cancellation); as well as to oppose to the use of your personal data for specific purposes (Opposition). These rights are known as ARCO rights.
For the exercise of any of the ARCO rights, you must submit the respective request by email through the representative of DB Schenker's personal data department:
Daniela Mar Montero
Legal Manager & Compliance Coordinator
Address: Avenida Patriotismo #201, 3rd floor, Colonia San Pedro de los Pinos, Del. Benito Juárez,
Z.P. 03800, Mexico City.
The request must contain the following requirements:
DB Schenker must answer the request within 20 days from the date on which the request was received, by telephone or email, in the case the request result applicable, we should apply the corresponding measure within fifteen days or we will be made available to the Holder in a physical or digital way.
How can you revoke your consent?
For the purposes of applicable law, the Holder agree: (i) take notice of the content of this Notice (ii) that you have read, understood and agreed on the terms set forth in this Notice and (iii) that you recognize and empower us to process your personal data and transfer it in order to comply with our obligations in a legal or contractual terms, or by virtue of the working relationship, present and/or future we could have with you.
You may revoke the consent you have recognized to us for the treatment of your personal data. However, it is important to notify you, that not in all cases we will be able to approve your request or terminate the use immediately, because it is possible that by some remain legal obligation, we require to continue processing your personal data. You should also understand that, for specific purposes, revocation of your consent will mean that we cannot continue to provide you with the service you requested from us, or the termination of your relationship with us.
To revoke your consent, you must submit your application using the same procedure for the exercise of ARCO rights.
How can you limit the use or disclosure of your personal information?
DB Schenker may retain your personal data during the necessary period to fulfil its obligations arising from the commercial, labor and/or legal relationship with you, so we are bound to take appropriate measures to safeguard and treat them appropriately. To limit the use and disclosure of your personal information, you need to send a request by email to the person responsible for the personal data area with the description of the corresponding limitation.
In addition, we inform you that we have the following exclusion list, in which you can register for the exception of your personal data to not be treated for certain uses:
Purpose for which it applies
Means for more information
List of exclusions to the processing of personal data
Prioritize the rights of our customers and suppliers to protect their data in different situations.Guarantee non-discrimination in accordance with the article 1 of the Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos.Respect the personal and familiar sphere of our employees
Email or website www.dbschenker.com/mx-es/
About the use of tracking technologies on our website
a) To keep us protected from any cyberattack
b) Verify the identity of Users that are browsing on our Website
For the proper functioning of our website it is necessary to enable these tools, however, you can remove or disable them from your browser for added security, this action will limit us to give you with a more personalized service.
How can you know about the changes to this privacy notice?
This privacy notice may be modified, changed or updated due to new legal requirements; the necessities of the products or services we offer; our privacy practices; the changes in our business model, or for other reasons.
We commit us to maintain you informed of any changes to this privacy notice, through our website or by an announcement by our email.
How can you express your consent?
The Holder of the personal data may express the necessary consent to the following privacy notice using your electronic or autographical signature and providing it to the authorized DB Schenker personnel that were required it, to enable us to collect, treat, transfer and use the personal data contained in this Privacy Notice.
Last version by the legal department: April 22nd, 2020