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ID® Identity A/S Privacy Policy

ID® Identity A/S Privacy Policy

1. Purpose

ID® Identity A/S (‘ID® Identity’, ‘us’ or ‘we’) gives high priority to data protection, and we want openness and transparency about how we process your personal data. We have therefore adopted this Privacy Policy, which provides you with information about how we process your data.

When you visit our websites, including and, you accept the contents of this Privacy Policy and other documents mentioned in the policy.

2. Data controller

ID® Identity A/S is a data controller, and we process personal data about you under this Privacy Policy and the current legislation.

Contact details:
Contact person: ID® Identity A/S
Address: Lægårdvej 138, DK-7500 Holstebro
CVR no.: 16278874
Telephone no.: +45 97492144

3. Processing of personal data

We use data about our customers to provide them with products and services and to improve the quality thereof. The data include ordinary personal data.

3.1 Collection of data

Our digital solutions are based on different technologies with the objective of ensuring user friendliness and security. These technologies can automatically collect data in order to offer the best possible solution, either directly by us or by a third party on our behalf. Cookies and data flow analysis are examples of this; see below.

3.1.1 Use of cookies

When we use cookies, you will be informed about the use and the purpose of collecting data via cookies.

You can find more information about our use of cookies on our website as well as instructions on how to delete or block cookies.

3.1.2 Data flow

Data about your computer can be collected for system administration and internal marketing-related analyses. These data are statistical information about user behaviour in digital solutions.

The following are examples of data:

•date and time of visit
•the pages visited in the solution
•the visitor’s IP address
•information about the browser and computer used
•URL from referrer

The purpose of these data is to optimise our digital solutions. The data are collected via a third party on our behalf.

3.2 Data actively provided by you

In addition to automatically collected data, we also process data that users have actively given us. Examples are name, address, email and telephone number. If you provide data on behalf of another person, you are responsible for ensuring that you have the right to share the data with us.

There may also be data which we obtain in connection with your inquiries to, for example, our Customer Service or Finance Department.

3.3 Purpose of collection

We collect and store your data for specific purposes or other lawful business purposes. These may, for example, be the following:

•Execution of orders in webshop, by email or telephone
•Personal data in connection with placing of orders
•Info about registered products
•Purchase history
•Order processing and communication in connection with your order or other inquiries
•Confirmation of your identity in your communication with us
•Customisation of content of digital solutions
•We can target offers and campaigns at the individual customer based on customer behaviour history and demographic data combined with third-party solutions and data.

3.4 Relevant and necessary personal data

We only process personal data that are relevant and sufficient in relation to the purposes defined above. We do not process more personal data than needed for the specific purpose. Before we process your personal data, we check whether it is possible for us to minimise the amount of data about you.

We only collect, process and store the personal data that are necessary to meet our stated purpose. In addition, there may be statutory requirements for the type of data that it is necessary to collect and store for our business activities. The type and extent of the personal data we process may also be necessary to perform a contract or other legal obligation.  

We use solutions that ensure that data are only accessible to relevant employees, so that you are protected from unauthorised access to your personal data.

3.5 Checking and updating of your personal data

We check that the personal data we process about you are not misleading or incorrect. Your personal data will be updated regularly.

It is important to us that your data are correct, so please inform us if there are any changes to your data. You may notify us of the changes via the contact details at the top of this policy.

3.6 Erasure of your personal data

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary for a legitimate purpose, or for as long as required by law. We therefore erase your personal data on a continuous basis when the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed no longer necessitate the processing.

3.7 No disclosure of your personal data without your consent

We will only disclose our customers’ data to third parties in accordance with the contents of this Privacy Policy.

If we disclose your personal data to partners and players, including for marketing purposes, we will obtain your consent and inform you about what your data are used for. You may object to such disclosure at any given time.

If we are legally obligated to disclose your personal data, we do not obtain your consent. This may, for example, be in connection with reporting to a public authority.

We use service providers and data processors which perform work on our behalf. These services may, for example, be server hosting and system maintenance, analysis, payment solutions, email service etc. These partners may be granted access to data to the extent necessary to provide their services. The partners will be contractually obligated to treat all data as strictly confidential and thus do not have permission to use the data for any other purpose than what is covered by the contractual obligation between the partner and ID® Identity.

We obtain your consent before we disclose your personal data to third country partners as defined in the General Data Protection Regulation. In this case, we ensure that their level of protection meets the requirements we have laid down in this policy based on the current legislation.

3.7.1 Special information about Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics as a web analysis tool in our digital solutions. In this connection, web analysis data are sent from our digital solutions for analysis in the service provided by Google. Here, Google Analytics acts as ‘data processor’ and ID® Identity as ‘data controller’, and our data may only be disclosed by agreement or to comply with legal requirements.

You can read more about Google’s privacy policy here:

ID®is one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of corporate wear. Every day, we provide clothing for companies and events across Europe, emphasising the joint corporate identity of our customers’ customers. Whether we deliver high-quality laundry and leasing solutions or provide sparring on product development, design and advice, we do it with passion and pleasure. It has been part of our identity and history for more than three decades. Rooted in Denmark, but with an international outlook, we want to deliver best-in-industry corporate wear in terms of quality, functionality, design and responsibility.


Lægårdvej 138
DK-7500 Holstebro
Tlf. +45 9749 2144
Fax +45 9749 1561

CVR/VAT No. DK 1627 8874

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