Imprint + Data protection

I. Imprint

Draka Comteq Germany GmbH & Co. KG
Piccoloministr. 2
51063 Cologne

T: +49 (0) 221 6770

Lars Frederick Persson
Andreas Bott
Pier Francesco Tota

Register Court: HRA 22696 Cologne Local Court

VAT ID No.: DE814296330
Tax No.: 218/5803/0624mul

II. data protection

The aim of this privacy policy is to provide detailed information on the processing and use of personal data of users/visitors to this website, which can be accessed at "", on the basis of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Web users and visitors are advised to read this privacy statement carefully before disclosing any personal information and/or filling in any electronic forms on this website.

This information is provided in accordance with the EU GDPR for electronic communications and in accordance with the Italian Data Protection Act (Article 13 Legislative Decree no.196/03) and the Federal Data Protection Act ("BDSG").

The responsible party is Prysmian S.p.A. - a company incorporated under Italian law with its registered office at Via Chiese 6, 20126 Milan (Italy) (hereinafter "Prysmian").

The updated list of data processors, as well as affiliated and associated companies, can be requested at the address

The responsible managing directors in Germany of Prysmian Kabel und Systeme GmbH (PKS) are listed under the heading Imprint.

Responsible data protection officer:
Ms Andrea Lukes


Scope of this statement
This privacy statement applies solely to this website and not to any other websites not owned by Prysmian that are accessed via links.

Statement and information letter
The main purpose of this website is to provide information about the activities of the Prysmian Group companies. Therefore, the collection of the user's personal data is usually not necessary.

In certain cases, e.g. for the newsletter section and to receive our newsletter, the interested user must fill in a data collection form. In these cases, the user is always free to disclose his or her data and an information letter will be provided indicating the use of data and other information required by law. We recommend that you read this information carefully before disclosing personal data.

Should it be necessary in a few cases to collect personal data for other purposes, this will be clearly indicated in the information letters provided for by law, in order to make users aware of this and to enable transparency.

These information letters should define the limits of the processing of personal data and the methods of each service so that the visitor can voluntarily give consent (if necessary) and finally authorise the collection and subsequent use of the data.

Traffic data
The computer systems and software procedures for the functioning of this website collect, during their normal operation, some data of a personal nature, the transmission of which is implicit in the use of web communication protocols.

This category of data includes: IP addresses; type of browser; operating system; domain name and website addresses where users have logged in/out; information about the downstream pages on the website visited by the user; time of access; time spent on a page; internal path analysis and other parameters about the user's operating system and computing environment.

This technical / IT data is collected and used exclusively in aggregate form, whereby users cannot be directly identified; it may be used to establish possible liability for offences concerning the website or at the request of the authorities.

Cookies (reference)
For more information about installing cookies through this website, see the Cookie Notice

Redirection to other websites
From this website, you can access other websites of both Prysmian Group companies and third parties through specific links. Prysmian assumes no responsibility for the possible processing of personal data by third party websites and for the management of authentication data provided by third parties.

Methods of processing and storing data

Personal data shall be processed, in particular through the use of electronic procedures and systems, only for as long as is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected. However, the user has the right to request the deletion of his/her personal data for legitimate reasons.

Voluntariness of the data transfer
The transfer of personal data of the data subject is voluntary unless otherwise stated, but in case of refusal it might become impossible to provide the requested service or to carry out the corresponding activity.

Place of data processing
The data processing related to the web services of this website takes place at Softec S.p.A. - Piazzale Lugano, 19 20158 Milan (Italy), which provides server management services. The handling of personal data is carried out only by specialised personnel of the Company in charge of the processing or by those who may be entrusted with occasional maintenance interventions. These persons have received specific information on the confidentiality of this data.

Scope of data flow and disclosure
Data may be used by Prysmian's employees, as agents who have received appropriate instructions, and by third parties who carry out operational activities on behalf of Prysmian, and as data processors under its direction and supervision, in order to fulfil contractual obligations on behalf of Prysmian.

Under no circumstances will your personal data be passed on to unspecified recipients.

For further information regarding the names of the data processors, please contact us at the following email address:

Data transfer abroad
Given the international nature of Prysmian's activity, the data could be transferred abroad and processed abroad - solely for the purpose described above - by Prysmian Group companies established in the European Union or in non-EU countries.

Data transfers abroad in such cases are subject to special data protection safeguards through the introduction of the standard contractual clauses on data protection approved by the European Commission or equivalent safeguards.

Data protection rights
With regard to the processing of personal data, any data subject shall have the right to obtain at any time confirmation of the existence or otherwise of data concerning him or her and communication of such data in an intelligible form. Data subjects also have the right to know the content and origin of the data, to verify its accuracy, or to request that it be supplemented, updated or rectified, to request the erasure, anonymisation or blocking of data processed unlawfully, and in any case to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of such data.

Requests to this effect should be sent to the following address:, or to the Data Protection Officer - listed under the item "Persons responsible".

Updating the privacy policy
The entry into force of new legislation, as well as the development and updating of user services, may make it necessary to change the method of processing personal data. It is therefore possible that our privacy policy will be modified over time. Therefore, we hereby invite visitors to check this page regularly. For this reason, this document indicates the date of the last version.

> Creation date: 24.05.2018
> Last modified: 06.06.2019