Cookies & Privacy


In this privacy statement Consal provides information about the processing of personal data. Consal B.V. is located xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under number xxxxxxxxxx. You may contact Consal via email:

Consal is controller of the personal data that Consal generates or gathers via its website (, its online services, e-mail, SMS, and apps.

This privacy statement applies to the visitors of the website of Consal, the users of the online services of the Consal, the clients of Consal and all persons of whom Consal processes and uses personal data with the exception of the persons employed by Consal. This privacy statement applies in addition to any data processing agreements Consal concluded with its clients

Personal data

The personal data Consal processes and uses are (a) personal data you have submitted or provided via the website of Consal, online services of Consal, e-mail, SMS, apps or in another way directly or indirectly have provided (b) personal data that are generated by receiving electronic messages of Consal or your use the of the website of Consal, online services of Consal, apps or similar applications.

Examples of personal data that you submit or provide to us using the online services of Consal: e-mail address, full name (first and family name), address, postal code, location and telephone number.

Examples of personal data are generated are: IP-address, surf behaviour and other data regarding your use of the website of Consal, online services of Consal, apps or similar applications.

Use of personal data

Consal uses personal data for different purposes, which are described hereunder:

The personal data obtained or generated via the website of Consal, the online services of Consal, e-mail, SMS, apps:

to deliver online services;

to contact or keep contact with persons;

to send newsletters, mailings or other relevant information or invitations for events;

to inform persons about products and services of Consal;

to inform persons about new developments and to share knowledge;

to generate statistics on the use of the website and/or online services of Consal and/or to analyse and/or improve the website and/or online services of Consal

Using third parties

Consal may use third parties if it is required to deliver services, to support its operations (e.g. ICT-providers or business partners) or to comply with legal obligations. The third parties used by Consal will only process the personal data on the request and instructions of Consal. Consal will conclude a data processing agreement with those third parties.

Transfer outside the EEU (European Economic Union)

Personal data will not be transferred outside the EEU. 


The website and the online services of Consal use functional and analytical cookies. Cookies are small (text)files that are stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone when using a website.

The functional cookies are used to facilitate easy use and experience of the website and online services of Consal and to adapt the use to personal preferences. The analytical cookies are used to keep track with statistics of the use of the website and the online services of Consal. Consal uses Google Analytics van Google, Inc. to this end. Consal has installed  Google Analytics cookies in a ‘privacy friendly’ mode, in line with the user manual of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (‘Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens’). This implies that the data collected by using Google Analytics are made anonymous as much as possible and that Google will never process the full IP, always masking the last octet of the IP-address.  Google will not use the collected data for its own purposes as Consal has not granted its permission to do so. Consal does not use other Google-services in combination with the Google Analytics-cookies. The collected data are stored by Google on servers in the USA. Consal has concluded a processing agreement with Google, Inc. For more information: read the privacy policy of  Google Analytics. If you do not want to accept Google Analytics cookies please click here. You can also switch off cookies in the settings of your browser and refuse all or only specific cookies. Please take into account that when you do not accept specific cookies, you might not be able to use specific functionalities of the website and/or the online services and this can limit the user friendliness of the website and/or the online services. 

Correction/ deletion personal data/complaints

Every person has the right to have access and inspect in his/her personal data and to correct, add or block his/her personal data. If the person involved wants to use these rights, or if he/she has questions about this Privacy statement he/she may contact Consal via email:

Receipients of news letters may unsubscribe by sending an email to:

If you have a complaint about the way Consal processes your personal data you may contact Consal via email: Should that not lead to a solution you may contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority ‘Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens’ (

To ensure that your request to access and inspect your personal data is done by you personally, we request you to submit a copy of your passport/identity card to us. Please make black your photo, the MRZ (machine readable zone, the part in your passport with the numbers down below), passport numbers and social security number (‘Burgerservicenummer’) (BSN). This to protect and shield your privacy.

Consal uses a number of techniques to ensure that the availability of your data is optimized constantly. To do so, we make daily copies of the data in our systems. The removal of data from these copies is technically and practically unfeasible. In line with the advice of the supervisory authorities Consal will keep track of your request to remove personal data. We will ensure that the data will be removed as soon as possible from the active systems. In the back-up copies however, the data will be kept. By installing a specific procedure we have ensured that your data will not be put back or used in the active systems. For archive records we employ the same method

Storage period

Consal stores personal data no longer than required for the abovementioned purposes or as long as needed to comply with the laws and regulations.


Consal has applied suitable technical and organisational measures to protect personal data from loss or unlawful processing, e.g. encrypting personal data, the use of passwords, sending personal data via a secured connection and the use of physical security for locations and rooms where personal data are stored.

How we contact you

Sometimes Consal may contact you for various purposes. Despite the specific purpose, we will never ask you to send us personal data via email, text messages or a website. We will also not ask you to share login details with us.

Should you doubt the authenticity of a message you received form us, please contact us via email:

We recommend you to manually type the hyperlink to a webpage that you receive via an email or another electronic communication source in address bar of your web browser.

Changes in the Privacy statement

Consal reserves the right to change this Privacy statement. Every change will be communicated on this page. Consal recommends to regularly check this page to see whether changes have been made.

The current privacy statement had been updated on July 6, 2020.