Dear suppliers / customers, our company Fruko-Schulz s.r.o., Company Identification Number: 46679421, Jiráskovo předměstí 629 / III, 377 01 Jindřichův Hradec (hereinafter the "Company") is the administrator of personal data. In this way, we would like to inform you about the way we handle your personal data.

We process all personal data in accordance with the relevant legislation, in particular the General Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data of the European Parliament and the Council of the EU 2016/679 (hereinafter "GDPR"), and related legislation.

Please note that it is essential that the personal information you provide to us be accurate and complete. We therefore ask you to inform us of any change in the personal data provided, without undue delay, but no later than 8 days from the date on which the change occurred.
In case of any questions regarding the processing of personal data of companies, please contact:
Bohumila Mikšíková, e-mail:

Why does the company process this personal data?

The Company processes personal data of clients mainly for the following reasons (purposes):
(i) concluding the relevant contract / order processing / sale of goods
(ii) maintaining a database of customers, suppliers and their contact details.
(iii) invoicing and bookkeeping.
(iv) management of receivables from customers.
(v) direct sales

What entitles a company to process personal data for the above purposes?
The company is entitled / obliged to process personal data if:

(i) needs them to fulfill any contract (s) entered into with it by customers / suppliers (including the conclusion itself); in the event that the customer / supplier refuses to provide such data, it is not possible to conclude a contract (agreement), resp. require performance of the contract (eg order fulfillment, sale of goods, purchase of goods and materials, purchase of services).
(ii) the company must comply with the legal obligations imposed on it by law
(iii) it needs them for the purposes of the legitimate interests of its or a third party (eg for the purpose of maintaining a client database).

What personal data does the company process?
The company processes personal data of the customer / supplier mainly in the following scope:
(i) Address and identification data: name, surname, date of birth, address of permanent residence, telephone contact, e-mail address.

(ii) Descriptive information: bank details.
(iii) Third party data: name, surname, e-mail of the customer's / supplier's representative. To whom can the company make personal data available?
The customer / supplier acknowledges that the company is entitled to make available or disclose his personal data to:
(i) entities or bodies which, in accordance with generally binding legal regulations, are entitled to request the communication of personal data from the company (e.g. police, control authorities, etc.).

The company provides personal data to entities in third countries (eg business telephones and e-mails of carriers), in accordance with the rules set out in the GDPR. The company will inform clients about specific subjects and conditions at their request.

How long will the company retain personal information?
The company will store the personal data of the customer / supplier for the duration of the contractual relationship, for the period specified by the relevant legal regulations, or for the period until the relevant deadlines set for the exercise or protection of the company's rights have expired. Specific information will be communicated to the customer / supplier upon request.

What are the client's rights?
(i) The customer / supplier is entitled to file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection if he has doubts about the lawfulness of the processing of personal data.
(ii) The customer / supplier is entitled to request information from the company about the processing of his personal data, which the company is obliged to provide to him without undue delay. Furthermore, the client is entitled to request the correction or addition of his personal data, deletion or restriction of processing (however, this must not affect the company's legal obligation to process personal data) and is also entitled to raise an objection to processing.

The information is valid as of: 23.5.2018