Privacy policy

The general conditions describe, determine and regulate the use of the contents and services of the website (hereinafter: the website).

The website is owned and managed by Paklog d.o.o. We reserve the right to change any part of the website and delete any part of the content without prior notice.

Website Users

A user is any person who visits the website and uses it in any way. Use is permitted to an indefinite number of users who accept the service in the manner, under the conditions and in accordance with these terms.


Without the prior written permission of the provider, the content may not be reproduced, modified, copied, republished or distributed.

Use of content

Users use all published content at their own risk. The service provider will make every effort to ensure the accuracy and up-to-dateness of all content, but is not responsible for this.

Website Accessibility

We reserve the right to suspend access to the website for technical maintenance and equipment replacement reasons. We do not guarantee the availability of the website in the event of network outages or any outages, errors, other technical disruptions or interruptions.

Terms of conditions

We reserve the right to refuse any request for any service offered on the website for any reason. We also reserve the right not to respond to any message received through the Website.


The websites to which the website links are not under our control and therefore we are not responsible for the information found on the linked websites.

Personal data

Information about the controller: Paklog d.o.o., Kanižarica 101, 8340 Črnomelj, +386 8 2056 047.

The company Paklog d.o.o. collects and processes certain personal data about visitors to its website and certain data about people who sign up for our e-news or leave their contact information when downloading one of our manuals or similar content. Using the Google Analytics tool, we collect data from website visitors about which pages on our website you visit, how often, how long you stay there, and similar. Based on this data, we can see how many visitors visit our website, which parts of the website they are most interested in, whether they have any problems while visiting, or, if they are very interested in our website, we can try to show them our ads when they otherwise visit the website (i.e. remarketing). From users who sign up for our e-newsletters, we collect information about their e-mail address, when downloading content) also information about first and last name and about employment. We also collect data on which e-newsletters they read and, if they click on them to visit our website, which visits they make on it. Based on this data, we can improve our e-newsletters, and we can also directly contact users who show interest in individual services or news.

We explain that remarketing to frequent website visitors and analysis of the performance of our units is carried out on the basis of Article 6(1)(f) of the General Regulation of Personal Data. In doing so, we pursue our legitimate interests, namely, to offer individualized and convincing marketing offers for the rental of our services to persons who, by visiting our websites or reading our articles, clearly show an interest in our services.

We anonymize data about website visitors immediately after capture and from then on only store it in aggregate form, with the exception of remarketing data, which is stored by Google until you ask them to stop collecting it, at u/0/authenticated. We keep data about email contacts until you unsubscribe from the email list, after which they are deleted within one year. Every user has the right to request in writing from us at any time to unsubscribe from receiving notifications to his e-mail address, or he can unsubscribe by clicking on the appropriate link in each e-newsletter.

We do not pass on all of the above data to external users. However, as far as analytics and remarketing are concerned, we process them with the help of Google (Google Analytics and AdWords services), which in certain cases may represent the transfer of personal data to an administrator from the United States of America. This type of transfer is permitted based on a special decision of the European Commission, called the Privacy Shield, which determined that US companies that commit to comply with the principles of the Privacy Shield provide an adequate level of personal data protection. More information about this can be found at

Individuals are reminded that, in accordance with the General Regulation, they have certain rights (to access their data, to correct any incorrect data, etc.). These rights can be exercised by written request addressed to our contact address listed above. If you are not satisfied with our answer, you can appeal to the competent supervisory authority (Information Commissioner, Zaloška 59, 1000 Ljubljana, or request legal protection.