We may collect and use your personal data in the following situations:
Information you provide to us
We collect and process data you actively provided to us for instance when filling in online forms or when contacting us by other means of communication such as e-mail, telephone or mail. Such data includes:
- First and last name
- Contact and address information (including address data, e-mail address, phone number, fax number)
- Country of residence
- Type of request and possible further information for the purpose of responding to your inquiry
When visiting our website
We collect data of your visit to our site. We do this to present the website optimized to the device you are using and with all its functions or to store your preferences for your current or future browsing sessions.
We collect the following internet protocol data during your visits on our website:
- the name of your service provider including IP address
- the website that directed you to our site
- the pages visited on our website
- your web browser type, and
- the date and length of your visit.
Your IP address will be used in a pseudonymized manner by deleting the last three digits. That way we are no longer able to directly identify you as an individual.
Information we collect by using cookies
Your cookie settings are always related to the web browser you are using, and the settings are of no effect if you use a different web browser upon your next use of this website. Alternatively, you can manage the settings of your web browser or on your mobile device. Here you can delete cookies at your own discretion at any time.
We use the following types of cookies:
Strictly necessary cookies
This type of cookies is required to make the website work. They are exclusively used by us during the session and are therefore so called first party session cookies. They help to make the page load more quickly and to limit the number of sessions originating from a user to prevent a website-overload.
They remain valid during the session and are automatically deleted when you close the browser.
Functional cookies save the choices you make while visiting this website in order to offer you an improved functionality and personal features.
We use a "cookie notifier" cookie, which saves your decision either to agree with the usage of cookies on our website or not. It is saved automatically upon your click on one of the two options available. Your acceptance of our cookies is stored for one year from the acceptance date. If you decide to refuse our cookies, your decision will be stored for 30 days. During this time the cookie information banner will not be shown again.
In most cases, the information these cookies collect is anonymous and is only used to improve how a website works and to help us to identify issues you may have when using our online services. These cookies enable us to identify specific issues you may have/had. You can disable these cookies.
Analytical cookies allow us to analyze the way the website is used. This enables us to optimize its performance and increase the user experience. Our website uses Matomo, formerly Piwik, an open source web analytics tool. With this tool we track how often visitors use a page of our website, which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from our pages. Your IP address will be processed in a pseudonymized manner by deleting the last three figures. That way we are no longer able to directly identify you as an individual. The software from Matomo is running on servers of our in-house service provider in Germany and the information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your pseudonymized IP address) will be stored on the server of our in-house service provider in Germany. The IP-address that is transmitted will not be merged with any other data collected by us. We will delete this data within three years.
Social media cookie
When you press ‘I consent’ in the social media feeds section, a cookie will be placed. You are then able to see the activity streams of our corporate social media channels which are embedded on our website. Your consent is stored for the duration of your visit through our “social media streams” cookie.
When activating social media plug-ins and activity feeds
If you activate plug-ins or activity feeds of social media providers (such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Instagram or WhatsApp), your web browser will connect to the servers of the respective providers and send your specific user data to these providers.
In addition, if you are currently logged in to a social network of one of the above-mentioned providers, your activity may be linked to your user account with these providers at the same time.
Plug-ins for sharing via "Shariff"
In order to secure your privacy, we are using a tool called “Shariff”. Shariff enables you to decide whether and when to activate the share plug-ins on our website and, by doing so, whether to initiate a transfer of user specific data to the provider. Only if you specifically activate a plug-in via Shariff, your browser will connect to the servers of the respective provider and the user specific data (as further referenced below) will be sent to that provider. You activate a plug-in via Shariff, by clicking on one of the respective share buttons.
Activating activity feeds
When you activate the activity feed by clicking on the inactive mask on our website, your browser will connect to the servers of each provider and the user-specific data (as further referenced below) will be sent to each provider. Please note that a cookie is set automatically upon clicking on the mask and will be stored for the duration of your browsing session. During this time the mask will not be shown again.
Fresenius Kabi has no influence on the scope or the kind of data that will be submitted by activating the plug-ins or activity feed. Besides, further data processing operations could be triggered, on which we do not have any influence. To learn more about the scope of personal data collected and processed, the purpose your data may be used for, as well as your respective rights and configuration options in order to protect your privacy (including your right of withdrawal of consent), please refer to the respective social network’s data protection statement.