Our Values

"To neither hurt or harm anybody and to protect the environment"


In the TITAN Group, we believe in fair and transparent business practices. Our Business Ethics Policy seeks to ensure ethical business conduct by guiding our employees when they face dilemmas of a business ethics nature in their day-to-day tasks.

TITAN’s commitment to respecting human rights, wherever we operate, is embodied in The TITAN Way and our Business Conduct and Ethics Code.

Our privacy Policy

We value and protect your personal data

We know that data privacy is a top issue today, and we want you to enjoy your interaction with us being sure that we value and protect your personal data. Therefore we hereby inform you of how we handle and process data of private individuals (“Personal Data”).

Here you will find an overview of how we process your Personal Data, the purposes for which we process it, and how you benefit. You will also see what your rights are and how you can contact us.

Updates to this Privacy Policy


As business and technology evolves, we might need to change this Privacy Policy. We encourage you to regularly review this Privacy Policy to make sure you are up-to-date with our policy and how we are using your data.

Under age?


If you are under age we kindly ask you to wait to be a bit older to interact with us or ask a parent or guardian to contact us! We cannot collect and use your Personal Data without their agreement.

What data do we collect?


The Data that you give to us, e.g., when you enter our home page, create an enquiry from the homepage, create an account, make a purchase, contact us, provide feedback, send us an email, call us or contact us via the social medias.

The data that we create - data that is collected automatically when you access one of our websites e.g., IP address, device ID, what browser you use - are only used in order to optimise the homepage user-friendliness and visibility on the web, thus improving the service we provide to you.

Further we collect data including sensitive data you have made available to us with your consent. This data is used for TITAN to reply to your queries and enquiries, give you an offer for a purchase or a rental or as part of a business relation enabling TITAN to provide you with the best offer and fulfil our obligation to deliver you the service we have agreed upon. Such data include your full name, private address, invoice address, contact phone numbers and email- addresses. In order to run a credit check you might be asked for your birthday or provide a copy of a utility bill to establish your private address.

Why do we process your Personal Data?


Besides from the above mentioned, we also process your Personal Data in order to help us comply with the law, to manage our systems and finances, to conduct investigations and to exercise legal rights. We do not sell your Personal Data, exchange or share these with any third party.

However we do need to disclose your Personal Data in certain instances and mainly to the following recipients:

Third parties engaged by us to provide services such as administering websites, applications and services available to you, subject to appropriate protections.

Credit reporting agencies/debt collectors, where permitted by the law and if we need to verify your creditworthiness (e.g. if you choose to order with invoice) or collect outstanding invoices; and
Relevant public agencies and authorities, if required to do so by law or a legitimate business interest.

Transfer of your Personal Data


We may process your Personal Data outside of the country in which you are based (including countries outside the European Economic Area) for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy. When we transfer your Personal Data to other countries, we take reasonable steps to ensure that applicable laws and the EU General Data Privacy Regulation are being followed.

What are your rights over your Personal Data?


Your Personal Data will only be processed for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy, or any other further purposes notified to you before the processing begins. If you choose not to provide Personal Data when we ask you, this may limit the services we can offer you. If you share Personal Data with us, you have a right to (i) request access (i.e. to ask us what data we have about you, and obtain a copy), (ii) ask for changes to be made or (iii) to have the data deleted. This can be done by contacting us.
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You can make a complaint


If you are concerned about a possible interference with your privacy or misuse of your Personal Data by us you can contact us to make a complaint. We hope we can satisfy queries you may have about the way we process your Personal Data. However, if you have unresolved concerns you also have the right to complain to competent data protection authorities.

Data security and retention


We use a variety of measures to keep your Personal Data confidential and secure, including restricting access to your Personal Data on a need to know basis and following appropriate security standards to protect your data.

We take every reasonable step to ensure that your Personal Data are only processed for the minimum period necessary in connection with: (i) the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy; (ii) any additional purposes notified to you at or before the time of collection of the relevant Personal Data or commencement of the relevant processing; or (iii) as required or permitted by applicable law; and thereafter, for the duration of any applicable limitation period. In short, once your Personal Data are no longer required, we will destroy or delete them in a secure manner.

TITAN Containers and the relevant TITAN Containers entity in your country of residence acts as “controllers” of your Personal Data that are processed under, or in connection with, this Privacy Policy. If you have any questions or comments regarding this Privacy Policy or TITAN Containers’ Personal Data collection and processing practices, please contact us.

STATEMENT PURSUANT TO MODERN SLAVERY ACT 2015


The TITAN Group endorses the principles of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. We are committed to respect human rights and to provide a fair, safe and healthy working environment and we do not tolerate or support practices which in any way contravene these standards.

 

Regulatory demands upon TITAN vary considerably around the world, so TITAN continuously aims at establishing core principles to ensure fully compliance by all TITAN Group companies, without prejudice to the compliance with specific local regulations. In this regard, TITAN complies with laws and regulations applicable to all the places where we conduct our business, including those relating to the hiring and retention of our employees, work hours, minimum wages and leave entitlements.

 

Our Business

TITAN has a culture of honesty, integrity, respect, reliability and accountability. We require our employees to act fairly in their dealings with fellow employees, customers, suppliers and other business partners and we encourage all of them to take action if they have any concerns about unethical, illegal or improper behaviour in any of their dealings. 
We place a high priority on conducting our business in compliance with the law and in accordance with the highest standards of business ethics. We promote a culture of diversity and a workplace built on integrity, honesty, fairness and trust, treating each other and our business partners with dignity and respect.

 

Codes of Business Conduct & Ethics

TITAN’s new Employee Code of Business Conduct & Ethics (“Employee Code of Conduct”) and Supplier Code of Business Conduct & Ethics (“Supplier Code of Conduct”), available online, sets out the ethical conducts and standards that shall govern the activities of our Group and the activities of our employees and business partners across our global operations. Both Codes of Conduct expressly include our commitment to core labour principles and human rights and reinforces our zero-tolerance policy to any sort of modern slavery and human trafficking. 

 

TITAN’s new Supplier Code of Conduct also includes language that requires all suppliers and their subcontractors to comply with national and regional statutory requirements in the country in which they operate, including any applicable national laws regarding human trafficking, forced labour and other forms of modern slavery.

Our Supply Chain
We promote transparency in our supplier relationships and we continuously look for suppliers who share our ethical values and we expect them to conduct their business operations with the same ethical standards we do. Our business and ethical requirements, including respecting human rights and core labour principles are stated in our Code of Conduct, and we are now committed to have all our major suppliers to confirm their compliance with such terms ensuring adherence of its values and ethical standards. 


Additionally, our key personnel regularly visit our major suppliers’ production sites, reviewing working conditions and workers safety. 

 

This statement is made pursuant to section 54 of the United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes the slavery and human trafficking statement of TITAN Containers A/S and TITAN Sales & Management Holding ApS for the year ended 31 December 2018.