Privacy policy

The purpose of the privacy policy is to inform how data subjects’ personal data are collected and processed, to explain how long they are stored, to whom they are granted, what rights data subjects have and where to apply for their implementation or other issues related to personal data processing.

Personal data is processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Union (hereinafter – the Regulation), the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts regulating the protection of personal data.

UAB LZT follows the following basic data processing principles:

  • personal data are collected only for clearly defined and legitimate purposes;
  • personal data are processed only lawfully and fairly;
  • personal data is constantly updated;
  • personal data shall be stored securely and for no longer than required by the established purposes of data processing or legal acts;
  • personal data are processed only by those employees of the Company who have been granted such a right in accordance with their work functions or duly authorized data processors.


1.1. Data controller – UAB LZT (hereinafter – the Company), legal entity code 301824682, registered office address Bačiūnų str. 55, Šiauliai.
1.2. Data subject – any natural person whose data is processed by the Company. The Data Controller collects only those data of the data subject that are necessary for the performance of the Company’s activities and (or) when visiting, using, browsing the Company’s websites, etc. (hereinafter referred to as the Website). The company ensures that the personal data collected and processed will be secure and will only be used for a specific purpose.
1.3. “Personal data” shall mean any information relating directly or indirectly to a data subject whose identity is known or can be directly or indirectly established by reference to the data concerned. Processing of personal data means any operation on personal data (including the collection, recording, storage, editing, modification, granting of access, submission of requests, transmission, archiving, etc.).
1.4. Consent means any voluntary and deliberate consent by which the data subject consents to the processing of his or her personal data for a specific purpose.


2.1. Personal data are provided by the data subject himself. The data subject applies to the Company, uses the services provided by the Company, buys goods and (or) services, leaves comments, asks questions, applies to the Company for information, etc.
2.2. Personal data is obtained by the data subject visiting the Company’s website. The data subject fills in the forms contained in it or for some reason leaves his / her contact details, etc.
2.3. Personal data is obtained from other sources. Data are obtained from other institutions or companies, publicly available registers, etc.


3.1. By providing personal data to the Company, the data subject agrees that the Company will use the collected data in fulfilling its obligations to the data subject, providing the services that the data subject expects.
3.2. The Company processes personal data for the following purposes:

3.2.1. Execution of business assurance and continuity. The following data shall be processed for this purpose:

  • For the purpose of concluding and executing contracts, personal data of customers, suppliers (natural persons) may be processed: name (s), surname (s), personal identification code or date of birth, place of residence (address), telephone number, e-mail address, bank the current account and the bank where the account is located, the date, amount, currency and other data provided by the person himself, which the Company receives in accordance with legal acts in the course of the Company’s activities and / or which the Company is obliged to manage by law and / or ) other legislation. E.g. data contained in the business certificate (type of activity, group, code, name, periods of activity, date of issue, amount), number of the individual activity certificate, data or the data subject is a VAT payer, etc. data necessary for the proper performance of the obligations established by the contract and / or legal acts. When the partner is a legal entity, the following may be processed by its employees or representatives: name, surname, telephone number, e-mail address, company name, address, position, power of attorney (number, date, date of birth of the representative) (write according to the questionnaire).

3.2.2. Administration of the database of CVs of job candidates. The following data shall be processed for this purpose:

  • Name (s), surname (s), date of birth (age), address of residence, contact details (telephone number, e-mail address), information on the candidate’s education (educational institution, period of education, education obtained and / or) qualifications), information on in-service training (training received, certificates obtained), information on the candidate’s work experience (workplace, period of work, duties, responsibilities and / or achievements), information on language skills, information technology, driving skills, other competencies, other information provided in the CV, cover letter or other application documents, recommendations of employers, feedback: persons recommending or providing feedback to the candidate, their contacts, recommendations or the content of the feedback.

3.2.3. For the purpose of ensuring the security of the company’s employees, other data subjects and assets (video surveillance). The following data shall be processed for this purpose:

  • video image. Video surveillance systems do not use facial recognition and / or analysis technologies, and the video data captured by them is not grouped or profiled according to a specific data subject (person). The data subject shall be informed about the video surveillance by means of information signs with the video camera symbol and the Company’s details, which shall be provided before entering the monitored area and / or premises. The field of surveillance of video cameras does not include premises where the data subject expects absolute protection of personal data.

3.2.4. For other purposes for which the Company has the right to process the personal data of the data subject, when the data subject has given his consent, when the data is required to be processed in the legitimate interest of the Company or when the Company is obliged to process the data.


4.1. The company undertakes to respect the obligation of confidentiality vis-à-vis data subjects. Personal data may be disclosed to third parties only if this is necessary for the conclusion and performance of the contract for the benefit of the data subject or for other legitimate reasons.
4.2. The Company may provide personal data to its data processors who provide services to the Company and process personal data on behalf of the Company. Data processors have the right to process personal data only in accordance with the Company’s instructions and only to the extent necessary to properly perform the obligations set forth in the contract. The company shall use only those data controllers who sufficiently ensure that the appropriate technical and organizational measures are implemented in such a way that the data processing complies with the requirements of the Regulation and the rights of the data subject are protected.
4.3. The company may also provide personal data in response to requests from a court or public authority to the extent necessary to properly comply with applicable legislation and instructions from public authorities.
4.4. The company guarantees that personal data will not be sold or rented to third parties.


5.1. Individuals under the age of 14 may not provide any personal information through the Company’s website. If a person is younger than 14 years of age, in order to use the Company’s services, it is mandatory to provide the written consent of one of the representatives (father, mother, guardian (s)) regarding the processing of personal data before providing personal information.


6.1. Personal data collected by the Company is stored in printed documents and / or in the Company’s information systems. Personal data shall be processed no longer than is necessary for the purposes of the processing or no longer than required by the data subjects and / or provided for by law.
6.2. Although the data subject may terminate the agreement and waive the Company’s services, the Company must continue to retain the data subject’s data due to possible future claims or legal claims until the data retention periods expire.


7.1. Right of access to data processing.
7.2. Right of access to processed data.
7.3. Right to request rectification of data.
7.4. Right to request erasure of data (“Right to be forgotten”). This right shall not apply if the personal data requested to be deleted are also processed on another legal basis, such as processing necessary for the performance of the contract or the performance of an obligation under the applicable law.
7.5. Right to restrict data processing.
7.6. Right to object to data processing.
7.7. Right to data portability. The right to data portability must not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others. The data subject shall not have the right to data portability in respect of personal data which are processed manually in structured files, such as paper files.
7.8. The right to request that a decision based on automated data processing, including profiling, not be limited.
7.9. The right to submit a complaint regarding the processing of personal data to the State Data Protection Inspectorate.

8. The enterprise must enable the data subject to exercise the above rights of the data subject, except in cases established by law, when it is necessary to ensure state security or defense, public order, prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal activities, important economic or financial interests of the state, official or the prevention, investigation and detection of breaches of professional ethics, the protection of the rights and freedoms of the data subject or of others.


9.1. The data subject may apply to the Company for the exercise of his / her rights:
9.1.1. by submitting a written request in person, by post, through a representative or by electronic means – by e-mail. mail:;
9.1.2. orally – by phone +370 614 46111;
9.1.3. in writing – at Bačiūnų str. 55, Šiauliai.
9.2. In order to protect the data from unauthorized disclosure, the Company must verify the identity of the data subject upon receipt of a request from the data subject to provide data or exercise other rights.
9.3. The company’s response shall be provided to the data subject no later than one month from the date of receipt of the data subject’s request, taking into account the specific circumstances of the processing of personal data. This period may be extended by a further two months, if necessary, depending on the complexity and number of applications.


10.1. The data subject must:
10.1.1. inform the Company about changes in the information and data provided. It is important for the company to have correct and valid data subject information;
10.1.2. provide the necessary information to enable the Company to identify the data subject at the request of the data subject and to ensure that it is in real communication or cooperation with the specific data subject (provide an identity document or legal or electronic means to properly identify the data subject). This is necessary for the protection of the data subject’s data and that of other persons, so that the information disclosed about the data subject is provided only to the data subject, without prejudice to the rights of other persons.


11.1. By transferring personal data to the Company, the data subject agrees to this Privacy Policy, understands its provisions and agrees to abide by it.
11.2. The Company reserves the right to unilaterally change this Privacy Policy at any time during the development and improvement of the Company’s operations. The Company has the right to unilaterally, partially or completely change the Privacy Policy by notifying about it on the website
11.3. Additions or changes to the Privacy Policy take effect from the date of their publication, i. i.e. from the day they are posted on the website

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