The use of and access to this website is in accordance with the following terms and conditions which you are deemed to accepted by your accessing this website. All information available is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate. No liability is assumed by Stainless Design Ltd, our directors or employees for any loss suffered by any person relying directly or indirectly upon the information contained howsoever caused. Stainless Design Ltd reserves all rights to the intellectual property contained within this website. Any links provided are for your convenience and not to be assumed as an endorsement or warranty of the links provided.
The words "STAINLESS DESIGN" and our logo representing “man's influence on metals” are trade marks of Stainless Design. Use of these trade marks may only be with the written permission of, or written license from, Stainless Design.
NZ Trade Mark Appln No. 775859
NZ Trade Mark Appln No. 775860
From time to time Stainless Design will adopt and use other trade marks. These also shall be regarded as trade marks of Stainless Design, who shall enjoy protection also through trade mark registration and/or Common Law Rights.
Copyright subsists in this website and its content, and is owned by Stainless Design. Stainless Design creates and author original designs, in which copyright also subsists. As such, Stainless Design enjoys the protection offered by copyright law. This protection extends to most countries. No copying, reproduction, nor infringement of any work in which Stainless Design enjoys copyright ownership is permitted without the express written permission of, or license from, Stainless Design.
Any party who wishes to use or reproduce any work or intellectual property of Stainless Design may feel free to contact our office:
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +64 7 849 1005.
This is the privacy statement for Stainless Design Ltd (NZCN 409420) (as defined below, collectively as “Stainless Design Ltd” or “we” or “our” or “us”).
We respect each individual’s rights to privacy. This statement outlines how we may collect, use, transfer and safeguard your personal information and applies to any personal information collected by Stainless Design Ltd from any of the sources described in this privacy statement from time to time. To protect your personal information, we will not sell, rent or trade your personal information unless this is outlined within this privacy statement.
We may change, modify, add or remove portions of this privacy statement any time that is relevant for us. We will notify by posting a note on our website or if practicable send an email directly to you. Unless you withdraw your agreement to this privacy statement by the following process outlined in this privacy statement, you are agreeing to this privacy statement and that Stainless Design can collect, use, transfer and disclose your personal information for the purposes described in this privacy statement by: (a) agreeing to this privacy statement, or (b) using the Stainless Design Ltd website, or engaging our services to manufacture or design. If, at any time, you disagree with a term or condition of this privacy statement, we ask that you: (I) advise us of your disagreement, (II) discontinue utilising our products/ and/or services, (III) cease providing us with information about you and (III) follow any instructions that may have been provided as a result of your disagreement, possibly including an explanation at the time of closing any account(s) you have with Stainless Design.
It is important for you to understand Stainless Design and our products and services in order to appreciate the purpose and use of personal information. Stainless Design was founded in Hamilton, New Zealand and we design and manufacture metal products for a range of industries in New Zealand and overseas. We have a broad range of capabilities and our capacity is limited and subject to change.
Purpose of collection and possible uses of personal information
The information we receive from you, including any personal information, may be used in some or many of the following scenarios:
We may also collect and use non-identifying information in the marketing and assessment and improvement of our goods and services.
The collection of personal information
We may gather personal information from a variety of sources including (but not limited to):
If we receive personal information about you or another organisation or person, please be advised that we will make the assumption they have obtained your permission to provide us with this information.
A cookie, also known as an HTTP cookie, web cookie or browser cookie, is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user’s web browser on their computing device. It contains data regarding the user’s activity on that website which may be retrieved and used by the website when the next user views that website using that web browser from the same computing device (for example, a website will know from a cookie whether the user is logged in or not, and under which account, the outcome of which will determine whether the website displays the login screen or another webpage). Cookies may also allow us to provide a better service to you because it enables the enhancing and personalization of websites and analytical website traffic patterns. The web browser you use may allow you to stop cookies from being saved. Please be aware that if you do not allow cookies to be saved in relation to our website, the website may not fully function as smoothly as you would like.
If you share personal information on a public website (for example through a forum, wiki, a blog, a social media group etc,) you may be making the information widely available to anyone also on that form of media. If you consider information to be personal and not for the public to read, we suggest that you refrain from sharing that information to sites available to the general public.
How to contact Stainless Design in regards to this privacy statement.
Please contact us using one of the following:
P O Box 10039
Phone 07) 849 1005
This privacy statement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of New Zealand.