Privacy Policy

ROTO is convinced that protecting the privacy of its clients and visitors to its website is vitally important for its activities. Every possible care is therefore taken when processing and securing personal information about clients and visitors. ROTO complies with the requirements of the Dutch Data Protection Act.

A description is given here of which personal data we can collect and how we might be able to use those data. Other important subjects relating to your privacy are discussed.

Which information does ROTO collect and why?

ROTO will collect only those personal data (such as job, title, name of the company, address, telephone number or e-mail address) that you supply voluntarily through our website or in e-mail correspondence. In addition, we collect general information such as the type of browser you use, the files you request, and the domain name and country from which you request information. This information is used to improve our website and to cater to your wishes.


Google Analytics

ROTO uses Google Analytics, a web analysis tool provided by Google. Google Analytics places cookies to analyse how visitors use the site. The anonymous information generated by the cookie about your use of the website is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google uses this information to track how the website is used, compiling reports on website activity and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may only provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or insofar as these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not combine IP addresses with other data in their possession. If you never wish to be included in Google Analytics statistics, you can use the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.


We also use Hotjar to analyse how our website is used. Hotjar collects data about the general use of the website, and is not intended to trace individual data about a user. Through Hotjar, we collect, for example, heatmaps of pages. A heatmap shows which buttons are clicked and how far website visitors scroll. You can unsubscribe from all tracking by Hotjar via this link:


What is this information used for?

The personal data that you supply to ROTO will be used to answer your questions, to supply you with the requested information about ROTO products and/or services or to execute your instructions. ROTO may call in third parties for the collection and processing of your personal data. If you have provided ROTO with your personal data and you wish to remove or make changes to those data, you are requested to get in touch with us. We will make all reasonable efforts to comply with your request.


Personal data of job applicants

All personal data transmitted to ROTO by a job applicant (personal data, CV, letter of motivation) will be managed carefully and confidentially in accordance with the GDPR act and will be solely used for the intended purpose. Personal data of job applicants are not provided to third parties.

Personal data of a job applicant are not kept longer than necessary. In the case of a restricted job application period, the personal data will be destroyed at the latest four weeks after the end of the job application procedure, unless the applicant has explicitly granted permission to keep his details for possible future vacancies up to one year after the end of the job application period. After this year the data will be destroyed.

Personal data transmitted by the job applicant by means of the application form and the uploading of files via the website are included in a database that is used to compare the applicant's data with vacancies within Roto B.V. and the affiliated companies.

When a job applicant provides personal information via an unsolicited application procedure, whether or not via the website, the applicant grants permission to keep this data in connection with possible future vacancies for a maximum of one year (in the database). After this year the data will be destroyed.


Rights of data subjects

ROTO has a procedure "Rights of data subjects" in which it is laid down how ROTO deals with the rights of data subjects: this means everyone whose personal data are recorded or processed by ROTO. 

ROTO will comply with the rights of data subjects in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR, whereby the data subject always has the right to lodge an objection or appeal or to file a complaint.  In that case, you can contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO).

The DPO ensures that data subjects can claim the legal rights and is responsible for handling requests on the basis of these rights. A request to exercise one or more of the aforementioned rights must be submitted in writing to or by post to Roto B.V., Molenstraat 28, 1911 DA Uitgeest.


Other important information


The ROTO website may contain links to other websites. We accept no liability whatsoever for the content or data protection policies of those sites. In addition, some of our web pages may contain 'cookies'. A cookie is a data element that a website can send to your web browser and that may be stored on your computer. Cookies help you to find the information you require and to tailor your visit to the website to your individual preferences. You can decide not to accept cookies by changing the relevant settings in your browser. However, not accepting cookies may mean that you will not be able to access some pages on our website.

It may be necessary - if required by law, a judicial investigation or a government investigation - to release your personal data.

ROTO retains the right to make amendments to these privacy guidelines at any time and without providing notification. We will announce any amendments immediately on this web page.

Do you have any further questions or comments about this privacy statement? Please feel free to get in touch with ROTO on +31 251 36 22 80 or via You may also send an e-mail with a request for any data changes or removal to