This website uses cookies

1. What do we need

Our Personal Data Protection Policy governs the use and retention of your data. You can view our Personal Data Protection Policy at this link. LE TRICOT PERUGIA S.P.A, in the person of its legal representative, is the Data Controller of the personal data that you (interested party) provide to us. We collect the following types of personal data:
  • Personal data entered in the contact form (such as name, surname and email address)

2. Why do we need it

We need your personal data to provide you with the following services:
  • Respond to your requests

3. What we do with them and to whom we can communicate them

Your personal data is processed at the headquarters of LE TRICOT PERUGIA SPA – VIA VAL DI ROCCO, 46/48. Hosting and data storage takes place at [Hosting Name], located at [Hosting Address]. For each of the purposes that we have described above, we indicate the "legal basis" - that is, for which reasons the processing is permitted - specifying which processing is necessary and which depends on your choice. For the indicated purpose they are necessary to form and execute contracts and to fulfill the related legal obligations, and in any case for the pursuit of the legitimate interest of our Company in the correct formation and execution of the relationship, and for the fulfillment of the obligations that arise from it and, in any case, to the protection of its contractual reasons. The acquisition of data for the purposes indicated is therefore necessary and constitutes an essential requirement for the conclusion and execution of the contract, without which it would not be possible to supply products and/or perform services. In any case, for your maximum guarantee, you can inform and/or oppose the processing for this specific purpose at any time, with the methods indicated at the bottom of this information. No third party has access to your data, unless specifically required by law or necessarily provided as an integral part of our contractual obligations towards you, without which the possibility of providing you with products and/or services would cease.

4. How long we keep them and how they are treated

Pursuant to Italian law, we are required to keep the documents that are part of the treatments bound by law for a mandatory period of time defined by the laws themselves, based on our Data Retention Policy. After this period, your personal data will be irreversibly destroyed or pseudo-anonymised or made anonymous, based on the best effort judged with respect to the type of personal data. For more information on our personal data retention programme, see our Data Retention Policy. Your data will be processed on paper and/or electronically. For us, the security and correct storage of your data are fundamental, also to prevent unauthorized or unlawful processing and the accidental destruction or loss of data. This is why the treatments are carried out in compliance with adequate security measures, both directly and by any external data processors and by subjects placed under their authority and adequately trained. In the case of joint proposals with other subjects, these other companies could operate independently as "owners" of the treatments they carry out, on which they will provide you with separate information.

5. What are your rights and who can you contact

If you believe that any personal data we hold is incorrect or incomplete, you can request to see this information, correct it or delete it. Please contact us via the Data Access Request Form, available at our office in VIA VAL DI ROCCO, 46/48. In the event that you would like information on how we have managed your personal data, contact the LE TRICOT PERUGIA S.P.A data controller, at or in writing at VIA VAL DI ROCCO, 46/48. LE TRICOT PERUGIA S.P.A, the data controller, will examine your request and will do its best to provide you with all the necessary information. If you believe that your personal data has not been handled appropriately according to the law, you can also contact LE TRICOT PERUGIA S.P.A, data controller at the addresses indicated above, or send a report to the Data Protection Authority, which can be reached at link
Find out more