Privacy Policy

Schipper & Paul is committed to the protection of personal data entrusted to it. For this reason, all personal information is treated and protected with due diligence, and always in accordance with applicable law: EU Regulation 2016/679, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

This privacy policy outlines how Schipper & Paul uses and protects all information that you provide to Schipper & Paul. Schipper & Paul is constantly committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. We may ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, being assured that such information will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.

Schipper & Paul will treat your personal data (also referred to in this policy as “information”) in accordance with the purposes described below.

Schipper & Paul is the data controller of personal data.

Your personal data will be processed only for the following purposes

Purpose of processing

Personal data is collected exclusively for the following purposes:

  • Response to contact request;
  • Commercial management;
  • Maintenance of internal records;
  • Sending newsletters and other promotional actions. Clients may cancel their subscription to the newsletter service by email, clicking on the link in the newsletter we send by email;
  • From time to time, we may also use your information to contact you for market research purposes. Contact will be made by email. We may use the information to customize the website according to your interests.

Personal data collected

The data collected is limited to email address, name, and telephone contact, being used for the purposes envisaged in this policy. The data can be obtained through:

  • Website form;
  • In-person collection.
If the user provides third-party data, they declare to have the consent of these individuals and commit to transferring to the data subject, the holder of such data, the information contained in the Privacy Policy, exempting Schipper & Paul from any responsibility in this regard. Nonetheless, Schipper & Paul may carry out the necessary checks to confirm this fact, adopting the due diligence measures that apply to it, in compliance with the data protection regulation.


Before the first promotional message or newsletter is sent, the data subject’s express consent will be requested for sending such types of messages.

This consent will be requested via email, and the data subject will only start receiving messages if they respond positively. If the response is negative, their data will be deleted.

Can I withdraw my consent later?

If consent is legally required for the processing of personal data, the data subject has the right to withdraw consent at any time. However, this right does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal, nor the subsequent processing of the same data, on another legal basis, such as for the performance of a contract or compliance with a legal obligation to which Schipper & Paul is subject.

If you wish to withdraw your consent, please contact our Data Protection Officer via the following contact:

Retention Period

Personal data collected will be kept as long as there is consent from the data subject for the purposes set out in “Purposes of Processing”.

Sharing of personal data

Your personal information may be disclosed:

  • To third-party service providers of Schipper & Paul. Schipper & Paul uses some third-party entities to provide services, which may have access to your data.
  • To Public Authorities. Under applicable law, Schipper & Paul is required to disclose data to the Tax Administration, Social Security, the Working Conditions Authority, and, following judicial mandates, to judicial authorities.

Rights of the data subjects

What are my rights?

At any time, you can request us:

  • Access to your personal data;
  • The rectification of your personal information;
  • The opposition, erasure, or limitation of processing of your personal data;
  • The portability of previously provided personal data, in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format.

To access, correct, add, update, delete, or change the consent of communications, the data subject should contact Schipper & Paul via email at Such requests will be treated as promptly as possible.


We are concerned with protecting the confidentiality of your information. We have provided physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect the information we process and maintain. In this regard, in the context of personal data management, all communicated data are securely stored in Schipper & Paul’s systems, which, in turn, are located in a Schipper & Paul Datacenter covered by all the physical and logical security measures deemed indispensable to the protection of said data. For example, we limit access to such information to authorized employees and contractors who need to know that information to operate, develop, or improve our services. Please be aware that, while we strive to provide security for the Data we process and maintain, no security system can prevent all possible data breaches.


While browsing the Schipper & Paul site, cookies are used.

Which, however, do not collect information that identifies the user. General information is collected, namely how users arrive and use the site. The collected information is used for the purpose of controlling the number of visits and statistical studies, as well as to ensure that the site functions correctly and to facilitate navigation and improve the user experience.

A cookie is a file that is installed on the computer when accessing certain pages on the Internet. The cookies we use are as follows:

  • Necessary cookies – the site stores this type of cookies, as they enable navigation on the website, as well as access to secure areas (backoffice access). Without these cookies, the services requested cannot be provided.
  • Functionality cookies – since the site has translations, this implies the use of this type of cookies, because they save the user’s preferences regarding the use of the site, so it is not necessary to reconfigure the site every time you visit it.
  • Analytical cookies – the site collects this type of cookies, which are used anonymously for the purpose of creating and analyzing statistics, in order to improve the functioning of the website.
  • Advertising cookies – the site does not store this type of cookies.
  • Session cookies – the site collects this type of cookies, as they are temporary and remain in the browser’s cookie file until leaving the website. The information obtained by these cookies is used to analyze web traffic patterns, allowing us to identify problems and provide a better browsing experience.

Google Analytics is used as a web analysis tool. This tool is important for defining campaigns and digital disclosures, where through its platform we can monitor the volume of visits and interactions on our portal.

Our portal generates statistical data for each newsletter, namely the number of clicks and openings of the newsletter.

Changes to the Terms and Conditions of Privacy

These Terms and Conditions of Privacy may be subject to change or revision, without prior notice, due to legislative or regulatory requirements in accordance with current law. All significant changes to these terms will be duly communicated to users on the Schipper & Paul site.

Since these Terms and Conditions can be reviewed at any time, according to the criterion described above, Schipper & Paul recommends that its users review them periodically.

Contact us

If you have any questions regarding the Terms and Conditions of Privacy or have questions about our practices, please contact us via email at