As you browse our site we may ask you to provide us with business contact information:
- Registration Information: (http://www.ambrell.com/apps_able.php, others)
- Inquiries: If you email us through addresses including several provided on our website (Sales, Service, Applications Lab, etc.) with questions or requests, the business contact information you provide may be retained in our private database for the purposes explained here.
In order to access our library of Application Notes, we ask first for your business contact information. When you complete and submit this form, we store your contact information in our private database.
Ambrell makes use of first-party cookies and sessionID variables to capture information about our advertising campaigns. Additionally, we make use of Google Analytics(r) which may place cookies on users' drives.
How We Use the Information That You Provide to Us
We use the business contact information you provide to help us improve our business and practices. This information is used to facilitate our replies to you and to track all future correspondence and transactions with you to ensure the best possible quality of service. We may retain the contents of any email correspondence we share with you. Also, your contact information is at the core of our Customer Service efforts. We use this database to enable periodic email notices that we feel might be of interest to you and your company. You may notify us at any time if you do not wish to receive these notices using the Opt-out link in the message or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org (include the words 'Remove Me, Please' or 'OptOut' in your subject line). Upon receipt, we will exclude your email address from future notices.
Sharing Information with Third Parties
Ambrell, an Ameritherm Company does not share the business contact information we collect from you with any third parties except as may be required to conduct mutually agreed business transactions with you or with our strategic partners (shipping, sales representatives, liability claims) or as may be required to comply with a legal order.