Privacy Policies

Privacy Statement


Kentino International is dedicated to safeguarding your privacy with the utmost care. As the principal entity handling your data, we are committed to processing your personal information in compliance with the Data Protection Act of 1998, as amended or superseded by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of 2016, alongside any relevant national legislation concerning personal data processing.

We encourage you to read this document thoroughly to grasp our stance and methodologies pertaining to your information and its handling.


This statement covers data collected from:

  • Website visitors
  • Clients
  • Referrers
  • Vendors

Information Collection from Website Visitors

We may gather and process your personal information under the following circumstances:

  • Completing our website's online forms, providing us with your name, address, email, telephone number, and possibly a CV;
  • Providing us with information upon reporting site issues, complaints, queries, or other communications. Such correspondence may be archived;
  • Visiting our website, which could involve retaining traffic, location, weblogs, and other communication data, and the resources you utilize (refer to our Cookies section);
  • Any other method by which you provide or we collect information through our website.

Data Collection Methods include:

  • IP Address: We may gather data about your device, such as your Internet Protocol address for fraud protection. Information about your device’s operating system and browser type might also be collected for administrative purposes and to compile statistical data on user browsing activities, which is anonymous and does not identify individual users.
  • Cookies: Our website employs cookies to differentiate you from other users, enhancing your browsing experience and allowing us to refine our website. Our Cookie Policy provides detailed information on our use of cookies.

Use of Personal Data:

We may use your personal information for legitimate interests, such as:

  • Providing requested information or services;
  • Responding to enquiries through our online forms;
  • Enabling participation in interactive site features;
  • Optimizing site presentation and content;
  • Enhancing our services and website;
  • Managing complaints and enquiries;
  • Contacting you for marketing purposes upon your subscription (further information in the ‘Disclosure of Your Data to Third Parties’ section).

Website Links:

Our site may occasionally include links to third-party websites, which operate under their own privacy policies. We accept no responsibility for these policies and advise reviewing them before submitting any personal information.

Client Information:

We collect details like name, address, email, phone number, date of birth, national insurance number, and financial data to provide services. This may include credit check information provided by you. Personal data is shared with our employees to maintain client relationships and to fulfill our contractual obligations. With consent, we may use personal data for marketing our services and obtaining sensitive data from third parties for legitimate interests.

Supplier Information:

We collect contact information to communicate about orders and fulfill contractual obligations. Personal data is shared with employees for relationship management and retained as long as needed, up to six years from the last contact.


We use client data to offer product reminders, updates, events, and information on services we believe may interest you.

You have the right to opt-out of marketing communications at any time.

Legal Basis for Data Processing:

We process personal data based on contract performance, legal obligations, and legitimate interests. Explicit consent is obtained for processing sensitive data.

Disclosure to Third Parties:

Your data may be shared with third parties for service provision, IT support, or business transactions. Legal obligations may also necessitate disclosure.

Cross-Border Data Transfers:

We currently do not transfer data outside the EEA but will ensure compliance with data protection legislation if necessary in the future.

Data Security:

We employ physical, technical, and organizational measures to protect your data on secure servers, limiting access to those with a legitimate need.

Your Rights:

Data protection laws grant rights regarding your personal data, including access, correction, deletion, restriction, and transfer. Requests should be directed to [email protected]. A reasonable fee may apply for access requests.

Consent Withdrawal:

Consent can be withdrawn anytime without affecting the lawfulness of processing before the withdrawal. Contact us at [email protected] or call +421918724341 for withdrawal.

Policy Updates:

This policy may be updated, with significant changes communicated directly. For new purposes of previously collected data, we will notify and seek consent where required. Processing may occur without consent where legally permitted.