Privacy Policy

At Trombini, privacy and security are priorities and we are committed to the transparency of the processing of personal data of our users/customers. Therefore, this Privacy Policy sets out how the collection, use and transfer of information from people who access or use our website is carried out.

By using our services, you understand that Trombini may collect and use your personal information in the ways described in this Policy, under the Personal Data Protection rules (Federal Law No. 13.709/2018), of the consumer provisions of Federal Law No. 8.078/1990 and other applicable rules of the Brazilian legal system.

Thus, Trombini Embalagens S/A, hereinafter referred to simply as “Trombini” in the role of Data Controller, is bound by the provisions of this Privacy Policy.

  1. What data do we collect about you and what for?

Our website collects and uses some of your personal data, in order to enable the provision of services and improve the user experience.

1.1. Personal data provided by the holder

  • In the “Contact Us” and “Work with Us” forms
  • Name
  • Email
  • Telephone
  • Town/City
  • State
  • Curriculum (For “Work With Us” form  only)
  1. How do we collect your data?

The data collecting of your personal information takes place as follows:

  • “Contact us” form
  • “Work with us” form

2.1. Consent

It is with your consent that we process your personal data. Consent is the free, informed and unambiguous expression by which you authorize Trombini to process your data.

Therefore, in accordance to the General Data Protection Law, your data will only be collected, processed and stored with your prior and express consent.

Your consent will be specifically obtained for each purpose described above, evidencing Trombini’s commitment to transparency and good faith towards its users/clients, following the relevant legislative regulations.

By using Trombini’s services and providing your personal data, you are aware of and consent to the provisions of this Privacy Policy, in addition to knowing your rights and how to exercise them.

  1. What are your rights?

Trombini assures its users/clients their rights as holders provided for in the General Data Protection Law.

  1. How can you exercise your rights as a holder?

To exercise your rights as a holder, you must contact Trombini through the contact channel available at the end of this policy.

In order to ensure your correct identification as the holder of the personal data object of the request, we may request documents or information that may confirm your identity.

  1. How and how long will your data be stored?

Your personal data collected by Trombini will be used and stored for the time necessary to achieve the purposes listed in this Privacy Policy, considering the rights of the holders´ and the controllers´ data.

Your data will be kept for as long as the contractual relationship between you and Trombini lasts, except in the cases legally provided for in the General Data Protection Law. That is, personal information about you that is essential for the fulfillment of legal, judicial and administrative determinations and/or for the exercise of the right of defense in judicial and administrative proceedings will be kept, despite the exclusion of other data.

The storage of data collected by Trombini reflects our commitment to the security and privacy of your data.

  1. What do we do to ensure your safety ?

We use tools taking into account the nature of the personal data collected, the context and purpose of the processing and the risks that any violations would generate for the rights and freedom of the holder of the collected and processed data.

Among the measures we have adopted, we highlight the following:

  • Only authorized people have access to your personal data;
  • Access to your personal data is only made after the commitment to confidentiality;
  • Your personal data is stored in a safe and reliable environment;


Trombini is committed to adopting best practices to avoid security incidents. However, it is necessary to emphasize that no virtual page is entirely safe and risk-free. It is possible that, despite all our security protocols, issues that are exclusively third-party liability may occur, such as cyber attacks, or also as a result of the negligence or recklessness of the user.

In case of security incidents that could generate relevant risk or damage for you or any of our users, we will communicate to those affected and the National Data Protection Authority about what happened, in accordance to the provisions of the General Data Protection Law.

  1. Who can your data be shared with?

In order to preserve your privacy, Trombini will not share your personal data with any unauthorized third party.

There are also other hypotheses in which your data can be shared, which are:

I – Legal determination, application, requisition or court order, with competent judicial, administrative or governmental authorities;

II – Case of corporate changes, such as mergers, acquisitions and incorporations, automatically;

III – Protection of Trombini’s rights in any type of conflict, including those of a judicial nature.

  1. Cookies or navigation data

Trombini uses Cookies, which are text files sent by the platform to your computer, which store information related to browsing the site. In short, Cookies are used to upgrade the user experience.

By accessing our website and consenting to the use of Cookies, you acknowledge and accept a navigation data collection system with the use of Cookies on your device.

Trombini uses the following Cookies: Session, Performance and Functional.

You may, at any time and at no cost, change permissions, block or refuse Cookies. However, not consenting to certain Cookies may make it impossible for some platform features to function correctly.

To manage your browser’s cookies, just do it directly on your browser settings, in the Cookies management area. You can access tutorials on the topic directly from the links below:

If you use Internet Explorer.

If you use Firefox.

If you use Safari.

If you use Google Chrome.

If you use Microsoft Edge.

If you use Opera.

You can find out more about the Cookies we use and how they work in our Cookie Policy, available at this link (link to the Cookie Policy).

  1. Changes to this Privacy Policy

The current version of the Privacy Policy was elaborated and last updated on: August 18, 2021.

We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time, mainly depending on the adequacy of any changes made to our website or in the legislative framework.

Any changes to this policy will be effective from its publication on our website. By using our services and providing your personal data after such modifications, you consent to them.

  1. Responsibility

Trombini provides for the responsibility of agents who work in data processing procedures, in accordance to the General Data Protection Law.

We are committed to keeping this Privacy Policy updated, observing its provisions and ensuring compliance with it.

In addition, we are also committed to seeking safe technical conditions that are able to protect the entire data processing procedures.

If the National Data Protection Authority requires the adoption of measures in relation to the data processing carried out by Trombini, we undertake to follow them.

10.1 Disclaimer

As mentioned in Topic 6, although we adopt high security standards in order to avoid incidents, there is no virtual page that is entirely risk-free. In this sense, Trombini is not responsible for:

I – Any consequences arising from the negligence, recklessness or malpractice of users in relation to their individual data. We guarantee and are only responsible for the security of the data processing procedures and the fulfillment of the purposes described in this document.

We emphasize that the user is responsible for the confidentiality of access data.

II – Malicious third-party actions, such as cyber attacks, unless proven faulty or deliberate conduct by Trombini.

We emphasize that in case of security incidents that may generate relevant risk or damage to you or any of our users, we will notify the National Data Protection Authority about what happened and take the necessary steps.

III – Inaccuracy of the information entered by the user in the records necessary for the use of Trombini’s services; any consequences arising from false information or entered in bad faith are entirely the user/customer´s responsibility.


  1. Data Protection Officer

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or about the personal data we handle, you can contact our Personal Data Protection Officer, through the following channels:

Data Officer / DPO:

Marcelo José Etges

Rua José Casagrande, 803, Pavilion 01, Vista Alegre,

Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil



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