Integrity Policy

Granberg Interior AB protects your personal integrity and always strives for a high level of data protection (eg we would never sell your personal data to another company).

This integrity policy explains how we collect and use your personal information in accordance with the Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

It also describes your rights and how you can enforce them.

Who is responsible for the personal data we gather?

The controller for processing of personal data is:
Granberg Interior AB
Box 6112
600 06 Norrköping
VAT. no. SE556511939201

What is personal data and what is involved in processing of personal data?

Personal data refers to each piece of information that concerns an identified or identifiable physical person. The decisive factor is whether the data, individually or in combination with other data, can be linked to a living person. Typical personal data includes personal ID numbers, names and addresses. Encrypted data and various types of electronic identities, such as IP numbers and cookies, are considered as personal data that can be linked to physical persons.

All types of actions with personal data are considered as personal data processing. 
Gathering, registration, analysis and use are examples of processing of personal data.

Categories of personal data we gather

The personal information we gather is data that visitors actively provide to us by filling in various types of forms on our website.

We gather information about how visitors use our website and gather statistics about web browser settings and which operating systems use our pages. This information is processed to determine interest and is used to develop the website’s functions and content.

Who might we share your personal information with?

We do not sell or in any other way transfer your information to a third party. The exceptions to this are trusted third parties that help us to administer our website, conduct our operations or supply the products you order. We may also share your personal information when we determine this to be necessary in complying with legal requirements.

How long do we save your personal data?

Granberg Interior AB saves data about you as a customer for as long as there is a customer relationship or for as long as it is relevant for the purpose for which the data was originally gathered.

How do we handle personal ID numbers?

We will only process your personal ID number when it is clearly motivated with consideration to the purpose, necessity for secure identification or if there is any other reason worthy of consideration. We always minimise use of your personal ID number as much as possible by, in cases in which it is sufficient, using your date of birth instead.

Your personal rights

You are entitled to request a report on the personal data we have about you by requesting a registry extract. This can be done free of charge once yearly. You are also entitled to request a change to incorrect data, as well as the opportunity to request that we delete your personal information. You are entitled to withdraw your consent for processing of personal data and to forbid use of your personal information for direct marketing.

To submit a request, please contact us for more information.

What are cookies and how do we use them?

A cookie is a small text file consisting of letters and numbers that are sent from our web server and that are saved on your hard drive or device.

Some services at our website,, need cookies to function correctly, while others improve the services we provide for you. We use cookies for general analytical information regarding use of our services and to save functional settings such as preferred language and other information.

You can choose to turn off cookies in your web browser and/or delete cookies in your web browser. Note that turning off cookies can affect the functionality of the website.

How is your personal data protected?

We take special security precautions to protect your personal data. Only persons who actually need to process your personal data for accomplishing our specified purposes have access to it.

The Swedish Data Inspection Board is the regulatory authority

The Data Inspection Board is responsible for monitoring the application of legislation, and anyone who considers a company to be improperly handling personal data may submit a complaint to the Data Inspection Board.

How do you most easily contact us with questions about data protection?

If you have any questions regarding this integrity policy, our processing of personal data or want to contact us regarding your personal data, write us at

Changes to this integrity policy

Granberg Interior AB retains the right to update or change this policy at any time and you should regularly visit this website to obtain the latest version.

Last updated: 2018-05-04