Privacy policy

Skargaarden protects your personal integrity

For Skargaarden, it is important that you know that your personal data is being processed in a secure and legal manner. The privacy policy describes, among other things, how Skargaarden processes personal data. All processing of personal data takes place in accordance with current legislation. This means, among other things, that Skargaarden protects your personal information with the necessary measures and that you always have the right to contact us to find out what personal information Skargaarden has saved about you. You can read more about your rights in this policy. You can also visit where you can read more about your rights regarding the processing of personal data.
If you have any questions about our processing of personal data, you are of course always welcome to contact us!

This privacy policy describes how Skargaarden processes your personal data.  

Who is responsible for your personal data?  

Skargaarden International AB, Södra Kungsgatan 57, 802 55 Gävle, Sweden, is a  Swedish company and is the data controller for the personal data collected and  processed.  

How does Skargaarden receive your personal data?  

Skargaarden collects personal data that you provide to us when you are in contact  with us via our website, email, mail, our social media, when you interact with our  employees, when you place an order or in any other way. This may happen, for  example, when you are a contact person at one of our client companies, suppliers, or partners such as architectural firms, when you subscribe to our newsletters or  when you are otherwise in contact with us or use our services. We also collect  personal data when recruiting.  

Skargaarden may also obtain personal data from other sources if this is necessary,  for example, in order to set up a contract such as credit information or to fulfill  obligations in other respects in relation to you.  

What personal data does Skargaarden process?  

Personal data that Skargaarden may process is contact information such as name,  gender, e-mail address, telephone number, position, electronic addresses and  address information in general, as well as purchase and user-generated data (e.g.  click and visit history on our website). Other personal data that may be processed  are personal identity numbers, account details, CVs, personal letters, photos and/or  other information that you have provided to Skargaarden or that is otherwise  necessary for Skargaarden to be able to fulfil its contacts, commitments, and service  in general towards you. 

For what purposes does Skargaarden process your personal data?  Your personal data may be processed by Skargaarden for the following purposes: 

– to fulfill our obligations towards you when requesting a quotation, placing an  order, delivery, and follow-up
– to handle any customer comments and complaints
– to fulfill our other obligations towards you
– to enable good service to you by, for example, answering questions you ask  us
– to contact you as a contact person at our partners, e.g., at architectural firms – to send relevant information and offers about Skargaarden’s various services  and events both in digital channels and through physical – mailings
– keep statistics on social media
– to send you newsletters
– to use as a basis for invoicing or for charging for our services
– to handle any payment defaults
– to comply with legal obligations such as accounting law
– to manage and administer customer surveys by keeping statistics to make our  services better for as many people as possible and for you or internal identification such as contract number, internal or official customer  number
– to image various events we participate in or organise
– to manage and administer job applications

When does Skargaarden have the right to process your personal data? 

Skargaarden has the right to process the personal data necessary for the fulfilment  of Skargaarden’s commitment to you in contractual relations if you have given your  consent to the processing or if the processing is carried out after balancing the  interests with a legitimate interest of Skargaarden. Skargaarden may also need to  process your personal data due to legal obligations in law or regulation.  

Who has access to your personal data?  

Your personal data is used by Skargaarden and by contracted suppliers. The  suppliers then become data processors for Skargaarden. Skargaarden does not  disclose personal data to other companies or authorities unless Skargaarden is  obliged to do so based on an agreement, law, regulation or decision by an  authority, or to protect our rights or the rights of third parties, or if disclosure to third  parties follows from our obligations to you.  

Skargaarden will never pass on or sell your personal data for marketing purposes to  third parties without your consent. 

Object to processing for direct marketing purposes  

You have the right to object to Skargaarden processing your personal data for direct  marketing purposes. If you wish to object to direct marketing, unsubscribe from  mailings by clicking on the unsubscribe link provided in the mailing or by contacting  Skargaarden.

Transfer to third countries  

Skargaarden has a subsidiary in the United States, but no transfer of your personal  data is made to that company if you are located outside of the United States.

How long does Skargaarden keep your personal data?  

Skargaarden saves your personal data for as long as is necessary for Skargaarden to  fulfil the purpose of the processing. 

What rights do you have as a data subject?  

Right of access  

You have the right to request information about what personal data we have stored  about you and how Skargaarden processes this personal data. You also have the  right to obtain a copy of your personal data, a so-called register extract.  

Rectification and deletion  

You have the right to have inaccurate personal data corrected and completed. You  also have the right to have your personal data deleted in certain cases, for example  if it is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected, unless  Skargaarden has another legal basis for the processing (such as a legal obligation  under the Accounting Act).  

Objection and restriction of personal data  

You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data in certain cases.  You also have the right to restrict the processing in certain cases, for example if you  believe that the personal data is inaccurate.  

Data portability  

Your personal data that you have provided to Skargaarden may be in portable form.  This means that under certain circumstances they may be moved, copied or  transmitted electronically. In such cases, you may have the right to have these  personal data transferred to another data controller.  

Consent and withdrawal of consent  

In some cases, you have provided consent for Skargaarden to, for example, publish  a photo on social media. If we process your personal data with consent as the legal  basis for the processing, you can withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal  does not affect the lawfulness of the processing that took place before you chose to  withdraw.  

About requesting records and submitting complaints to IMY  

Requests for access, rectification, erasure, objection, restriction, data portability and  requests for withdrawal of consent should be sent to You  also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority for the  processing of personal data, (the Data Protection Authority – IMY).

How is your personal data protected?  

Skargaarden has an ongoing effort to take appropriate technical and organisational  measures as required in each case to protect your personal data and otherwise  ensure that processing is carried out in accordance with applicable law. As an  example of measures, Skargaarden has procedures and authorisation restrictions in  place to prevent unauthorised access.  


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Updating this privacy policy  

Skargaarden makes changes to this privacy policy on an ongoing basis to ensure  that it complies with current legislation. A new version will become effective when it  is made available on our website  

Contact information  

If you have any questions about our processing of your personal data, you can either  send an email to or call +46 8 449 0750.  

Cookie policy  

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Our cookies are also used so that we can obtain reliable statistics on our visitor  flows, which can help us not only to maintain, but also to improve the service we  offer our visitors. Skargarden’s website, uses Google Analytics  from Google as an analytics tool. These are services that also make use of cookies. This privacy policy applies only to this website and not to websites owned by third  parties.