Information about the owner

Pursuant to article 10 of Spanish Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and E-Commerce, we hereby provide the Owner’s identifying data:


_ Web:

_ Owner: VENSO, S.A.  (hereinafter, VENSO)

_ Registered address: Ctra. Nacional 240 km.112, 25100 Almacelles (Lleida)

_Tax ID code: A25016866

_Registry data:Registered in the Registro Mercantil de Lleida, Tomo 99 de sociedades. Libro 68, Sección 4ª. Folio 195. Hoja L-945. CIF A-25016866

_ Telephone: +34 973 74 04 95

_ Email address:


Conditions of access and use

Any person entering the VENSO website will be considered a User. Users agree to use the website and the services offered on it in keeping with the law, morality codes and correct customs and public order, as well as with what is established in these clauses. Therefore, Users are obliged not to use the website for illegal purposes or effects and/or those that are contrary to what is established, harmful to the rights and/or interests of third parties or those which, in any way, may damage the website or impede normal use of it or of the services that can be accessed from it.
The use of the website and/or its services implies the full acceptance without reserves and the validity of each of the clauses given in the latest updated version of this Legal Notice, meaning that Users must be aware of the importance of reading it every time they visit the website.



Intellectual Copyright

The source code, the graphic designs, the images, the photographs, the videos, the sounds, the animations, the software, the texts, as well as the information and the contents found on the website are protected by Spanish legislation on intellectual and industrial copyright in favour of VENSO or of third-party licensors. The reproduction and/or publication, in full or in part, of the website is not permitted. Neither is its processing, distribution, dissemination, modification, transformation or decompiling, or other rights that are legally recognised to the owner, without previous written permission from the owner. Users may only use the material that appears on the website for their personal and private use, and it may not be used for commercial purposes or for any illegal activities. All the rights derived from the intellectual copyright are expressly reserved by VENSO or third-party licensors who will watch over compliance with the previous conditions as well as the correct use of the contents given on their web pages, being able to exercise all the civil and criminal actions that correspond in the case of a breach or non-compliance with these rights by the User.



Privacy Policy

Within the context of compliance with current legislation stated in Spanish Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on Personal Data Protection (LOPD), the objective of which is to guarantee and protect, with respect to the processing of personal data, the fundamental freedoms and rights of individuals and especially of their honour and personal privacy, VENSO hereby informs users that:

_ Any personal data that Users provide by email, electronic forms or other means will become part of the file owned by VENSO which is duly registered in the Spanish Data Protection Agency. Refusal to provide the data marked as compulsory by means of an asterisk (*) in the forms that collect data, if there are any, or the express or unequivocal non-acceptance of this privacy policy will mean that it is impossible to provide Users with the service requested.

_The purposes of the processing is to offer the services that the user may request, the correct identification of the User requesting individual services, to carry out statistical studies that enable us to design improvements in the services offered, to deal with applications for employment and the inclusion of the application in future staff selection processes that the Person Responsible may carry out, to carry out training actions, to deal with basic administrative tasks, as well as to communicate, either by email or any other means, novelties, products and services related to VENSO or to third-party collaborating organisations that could be of interest (which will always be identified as such).

_ VENSO agrees to process Users’ data in a confidential way and they will only be ceded to third parties (understanding third parties to be “The collaborating organisations of VENSO that provide specific services to its clients or employees”) to effectively comply with the services requested by the User. In other cases, it will request the previous consent of the User.

_ In any case, Users will be responsible for the truthfulness of the data provided, and VENSO reserves the right to exclude all Users who have provided false data from the registered services, without affecting any other actions that they may carry out in keeping with the law.

_ VENSO declares that it has adopted the measures available to avoid the loss, incorrect use, alteration, unauthorised access and theft of data that Users provide, in keeping with the applicable security level, in its facilities, systems and files, pursuant to what is established in Title VIII of the Regulation that develops the LOPD (approved by Royal Decree 1720/2007, of 21 December). Nevertheless, users should be aware that at present, security measures on the Internet are not impregnable.

_ Users may carry out the rights recognised in the LOPD to access, rectify, cancel and oppose their data by sending a letter to VENSO S.A. (Ref. Data Protection) at Ctra. Nacional 240 km.112, 25100 Almacelles, Lleida (Spain) or by sending an email, pointing out there right to exercise this and providing documentation to prove their identity.



Cookie Policy

VENSO may compile information about the browsing habits of users of the website by means of cookies or register files. Cookies are not used to collect personal information. They are only installed if the User remains and continues browsing our website, on the understanding that by doing so, they consent to their use and installation. Below you will find detailed information about what cookies are, what type of cookies this website uses, how they can be deactivated in your browser and how to specifically block third-party cookies from being installed.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files generated by the websites that Users visit, which contain data about the session that can be used later on the web site. The data enables the website to maintain your information over the pages as well as to analyse the way in which you interact with the site.
Cookies are safe as they can only store the information that was put in their place by the browser, the information that Users may have introduced in the browser or that which is included in the request for the page. They cannot execute code and they cannot be used to access the Users’ equipment.
Cookies are essential for the functioning of the Internet, providing numerous advantages in providing interactive services, streamlining the browsing and usability of websites. Cookies cannot harm equipment and the fact that they are activated helps to identify and solve errors.


Types of cookies :

Below, we provide further information so that you can understand the different types of cookies that may be used:

– Session cookies: These are temporary cookies that remain in the browser’s cookie file until the website is left, meaning that none of them are registered in the User’s hard disk. The information obtained by these cookies is used to analyse traffic on the website. Long-term, this means that a better experience can be provided to improve the content and to streamline its use.

– Persistent Cookies: These are stored in the hard disk and the website reads them every time the site is revisited.  Despite their name, persistent cookies have a given expiry date. After this date, the cookie will stop working. They are generally used to provide the different services that the website offers.
Below, we offer a list of the main cookies used on our web pages, distinguishing between:

_ Strictly necessary cookies, such as those that are used for correct browsing or cookies that are used to ensure that the content of the website loads effectively.
Third party cookies, such as those used by social networks or by external complements to the content.
_  Analytical cookies for the purpose of periodical maintenance and in favour of guaranteeing the best service possible to users, with which websites compile statistical data of the activity.


List and description of cookies 

The table published below offers a schematic view of the previously described cookies used on our website:




Nombre: (_utma _utmb _utmc _utmt _utmz)

Duration: 2 years, 30 minutes, Session, Session, 6 months

Size:Follow up on the visits made to the website by means of Google Analytics, a service provided by Google, to obtain information about users’ access to the websites. The data are collected for later analysis and refer to the number of times that a user has visited the site, dates of the first and last visits, duration of the visits, the page from which they entered, the search engine used, the place in the world from where they entered, etc.

Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on

Google Privacy Policy.


Cookie management:  Complementary guarantees.

All Internet browsers allow the behaviour of a cookie to be limited or to deactivate cookies within the configuration or the options of the browser. The steps to do so are different for each browser, and instructions can be found in the help menu of each browser.
Many browsers enable a private mode to be activated by means of which cookies are always deleted after the visit. Depending on each browser, this private mode may have different names. Below, you will find a list of the most commonly used browsers with a link to the cookie configuration and the different names of this “private mode:

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Internet Explorer


Safari for IOS (iPhone and iPad)

Chrome for Android



Link Policy.

VENSO may not be held responsible for any damages produced or that may be produced, of whatsoever nature, derived from the use of the information, the material contained on the website and the programs it incorporates. The links and hypertext which, through the website, enable Users to access services offered by third parties do not belong to nor are under the control of VENSO, meaning that it may not be held responsible for the information contained in them or for any other effects that may derive from such information.



Information and Comercial Publicity Policy.

VENSO guarantees not to offer false advertising through this media. Therefore, formal or numerical errors that may be found in the content of the various sections of the website, caused as a result of the maintenance and/or incomplete updating of the information contained in these sections, shall not be considered to be false advertising. VENSO guarantees to correct any possible errors as soon as it is aware of them, so as to comply with this part.
VENSO guarantees not to send commercial communication without identifying it as such, in keeping with what is established in Law 34/2002 on Information Society Services and E-Commerce. Therefore, any information that is sent to VENSO clients shall not be considered to be commercial communication as long as its purpose is to maintain the existing contractual relationship between the client and VENSO, as well as to carry out information tasks and other activities of the service that the client has contracted.



Jurisdiction and applicable laws.

This Legal Notice and all the relationships that are established between VENSO and the User of the website and its services are governed by what is established in Spanish legislation. Any controversy will be subject to the Court and Tribunals of the city of Lleida.
VENSO, S.A. – Latest revision: April 2018.