Nordic Fastening Group’s Data Protection Policy

NFG cares about your personal integrity. This data protection policy explains how we collect and use personal data. Should you have any questions relating to privacy or data protection, please contact us at

When you contact us as a representative of your organisation – for instance, when purchasing a product or service from us – you agree to our data protection policy and to our processing of your personal data. You also agree to us using electronic methods of communication to send you information.

In order to offer the company you represent our services and products, we need to process your personal data as below. We do this with the greatest possible regard for your privacy.

What information do we collect?

Collection and use of data

This data protection policy covers data collected both online and offline, including personal data, which we may gather via a number of different channels, such as websites, social media, phone and email contact and events and trade fairs. We may combine personal data collected in one particular way (such as via a website) with that collected in another (for example, via trade fairs or client meetings).

Information you submit to us: You may directly or indirectly provide us with information about yourself and your company in a variety of ways, such as when you: make a request for a product or service that we sell; order something from our website; sign up to our newsletters; interact with our social media; buy, rent or receive any kind of product or service; or contact us by email, phone or letter. This information may include:

  •          Personal data and contact details – name, email address, phone number, job title etc.

Information we collect about you: We may, when you contact us, collect the following information about you (please note that we do not necessarily collect all of the data listed below):

  •          Personal data and contact details – name, email address, phone number and job title
  •          Historical data – business-related CRM and communications history
  •          Device information – including IP address, language settings, browser settings, time zone, operating system, platform and screen resolution
  •          Geographical information – your geographical location

Whether provided by yourself or collected by us, your personal data is generally required, along with information about our products and services, in order for you to enter into a contractual relationship with us, whereas the other data we collect is generally required for different purposes as described below.

What do we do with the data?

Provide, deliver and improve our services. All data is used to provide, deliver and improve our services. We process personal data for the following purposes and on the following lawful bases:


Aims of the processing

Lawful basis for the processing

‘Why is the processing necessary?’

To confirm your identity and verify your personal data and contact details.

To fulfil our contractual obligations.

To fulfil our obligations with regard to our customers and suppliers and to provide our customers and other stakeholders with information, products and services.

To fulfil our contractual obligations.

To ensure content is presented effectively for you and your business unit.

To fulfil our contractual obligations to you.

To analyse and manage risk and prevent fraud.

To observe applicable legislation and other legitimate interests.

To comply with applicable legislation, such as anti-money laundering laws and accounting regulations.

To comply with applicable legislation.


With whom may we share information?

In order to fulfil our commitments to our customers and other stakeholders, we may transfer or share information with third parties such as suppliers, subcontractors and service providers. We take reasonable legal, technical and organisational measures to ensure that data is handled securely and with an adequate level of protection when transferring it to or sharing it with such third parties.

Public authorities. We may provide necessary information to the relevant authorities if required by law or in the event that you have agreed to our doing so.

What we will NOT do with data. We will not sell any data collected to third parties.

Where do we process your personal data?

We process your data within the EU/EEA and take reasonable legal, technical and organisational measures to ensure that it is handled securely and with an adequate level of protection.

How long do we store data?

We store data as long as is necessary in order either to fulfil the purpose for which the data was collected or to meet our commitments and according to statutory retention periods, particularly with regard to accounting.



Your rights to access, rectification and erasure

  •          Right to access your data. You have the right to request a copy of the data we have about you for the purposes of verification.
  •          Right to rectification. Where information about you is either incorrect or incomplete, you have the right to have this rectified.
  •          Right to erasure (‘the right to be forgotten’). You have the right to request the deletion of your personal data where it is no longer required for the purpose for which it was collected. However, there may be legal obligations which prevent us from deleting some of this data immediately. These obligations may arise from accounting or tax legislation.

Cookies and similar technology.

We use cookies on our website in order to deliver a user-friendly online experience. For more information, please see our cookie policy.

Contact information

Nordic Fastening Group is registered with organisation number 556640–9263 and based at Rattgatan 15 in Kungälv. Should you have any questions relating either to our processing of personal data or to this data protection policy, please email us at

NFG’s use of cookies


We use cookies to facilitate the use of our website and personalise parts of its content. A cookie is a small text file which is sent from our web server and stored in your browser. Data stored in the file may include information such as the page you visited most recently or your choices in navigating the website.

We use different measurement tools on our website in order to produce aggregated statistics about its users and traffic. Such statistics never contain any form of personal information but are produced for the purpose of revealing general patterns in the use of our web-based services.

Since IP addresses are not stored in our databases, website activity-related information can never be connected to your identity.


• To allow the system to recognise returning users in order to display lists of previously visited pages.

• To allow the system to recognise returning users in order to allow them to maintain product lists.

• To develop and improve the website by gaining a better understanding of how it is used.

• To calculate and generate reports about website traffic and the number of users.


Our website contains links to other sites. Since this cookie policy does not apply to those sites, you should review their various privacy policies before disclosing your personal data on them.


While you may delete cookies from your hard drive at any time, this may cause your personal settings to disappear. You can also change the settings in your browser to prevent cookies from being saved to your hard drive. However, this affects the functionality of certain web pages and may lead to some content and features being unavailable.

If your browser supports so-called ‘incognito mode’, you may enable this in order to delete all cookies automatically whenever the browser is closed.


Many of the websites you visit use cookies. A cookie is a small text file on your computer which contains information relating to a particular website, such as your personal settings or when you last visited it. Cookies are created by the website you visit but stored on your own computer. This feature allows you to save settings which provide you with a better service when visiting the website. It can also be used to distinguish individual visitors. These text files are not harmful to your computer, nor do they contain program code which can be run on your computer. A cookie cannot be read in any way other than by linking it with the website which created it.


Should you have any questions regarding data protection or cookies, please feel free to email us at This cookie policy was last updated on 16 May 2018.