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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Effective Date: December 1, 2023

At Cargo 4S, UAB (also referred to as “we”, “our”, or “us”), we deeply value your engagement with our company.

We are firmly committed to ensuring the safeguarding of your personal details and handling them with the utmost confidentiality. We strictly adhere to the legal requisites laid out by the European Union’s data protection laws, especially the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and other pertinent rules.

This document serves to enlighten you regarding the manner in which we manage your personal data when you access or interact with our website,, and when you use our online user platform, accessible at It also aims to inform you about your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Details of the Responsible Data Processing Entity

This privacy policy details data processing managed by:
Cargo 4S, UAB
Address: Mainu str. 6, Klaipeda 94101, Lithuania
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +370 674 62346
Represented by its director Svetlana Vlasova.


Scope of Data Protection

Central to data protection is the notion of “personal data”. This encompasses any piece of information that can be linked back to a distinct or potentially identifiable individual. This might encompass identifiers like names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers or other.
More detailed insights into the specific personal data we handle can be discovered in the comprehensive data processing segments below.

Collection and Storage of Personal Data, Along with Processing Modalities: Website Interaction
Upon accessing our website, the browser on your device automatically relays certain data to our website’s server. This data is temporarily retained in a designated log file. The subsequent data points are auto-captured and maintained temporarily until automatic deletion:

• IP address of the accessing device
• Timestamp of the visit
• Name and URL of the accessed page
• Source site of the access (referrer URL)
• The succeeding website accessed via our domain
• The browser and potential OS of your device, and the name of your ISP

We process the above-mentioned data for several objectives:
• Guaranteeing uninterrupted website connectivity
• Ensuring a user-friendly experience on our site
• Overseeing system stability and security
• Miscellaneous administrative purposes

The foundation for this data processing is Art. 6, Sect. 1, Clause 1, Subclause f GDPR. Our data collection aims are informed by the aforementioned list. At no point do we utilize the amassed data to infer individual details.

Moreover, our website usage also involves cookies and analytical tools. These are explained in subsequent sections of this policy.


Subscribing to our Newsletter

Upon granting explicit consent as per Art. 6 Sect. 1, Clause 1, Subclause a GDPR, we will utilize your email address to routinely send you our newsletter. For this service, an email address is all that’s needed.

By subscribing to our newsletter, you consent to receive email updates from Cargo 4S, UAB, encompassing information about our services and broader trends in the logistics sector. You can withdraw this consent at any moment. An uncomplicated way to do so is by clicking the ‘unsubscribe’ hyperlink at the newsletter’s end or by sending an email to [email protected].

After consent, we send a verification email. To finalize the newsletter subscription, clicking on the verification link in that email is essential.
Should you transact on our platform and share your email, it might be used to send targeted newsletters. These communications specifically promote our services or products akin to those previously procured. The legal grounding for dispatching such newsletters post a purchase stems from Art. 6 Sect. 1, Clause 1, Subclause f GDPR.

Unsubscribing is always feasible, whether the newsletters are dispatched upon consent or other legal grounds. This can be easily done through a link in each newsletter or by emailing [email protected].
The data mandated for the newsletter will be obliterated once no longer essential, barring any legal requirements dictating its retention.

Utilizing Our Contact Form and Email Interaction

For collaboration-related queries, we provide an on-site contact form. We require you to provide your company’s name, your full name, business email address, business phone number, country, and the number of containers your company ships per year. This information is necessary for us to understand the context of your request and to respond effectively.
Emailing us directly is another option. In this scenario, the personal data included in the email gets stored.
The rationale behind this data processing, in the context of contact, is Art. 6 Sect. 1, Clause 1, Subclause f GDPR. If the contact’s objective is contract initiation, then processing is further grounded in Art. 6 Sect. 1, Clause 1, Subclause b GDPR.
Once your query reaches resolution, the corresponding data is deleted.

Job Application Submission to Cargo 4S, UAB

When you apply for a position with Cargo 4S, UAB, whether through our platform, via email, LinkedIn, post, or any other medium, we collect the personal details you provide in your application.

We will process your personal data to support our recruitment activities. This includes coordinating interviews, evaluating potential hires, reviewing results, and addressing other recruitment-related needs. This data processing is justified under Art. 6(1)(f) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation – “GDPR”). Our legitimate interests center around the acquisition, assessment, and final selection of job applicants.

Cargo 4S, UAB will retain your personal details for the duration necessary to evaluate your application. Under GDPR, you have rights to access, amend, erase, or limit the processing of your data. As our data processing relies on legitimate interests (per Article 6 (1) f GDPR), you can challenge this process. This is especially relevant when processing isn’t contractually required. Should you wish to object, kindly elaborate on your reasons. Facing a well-grounded objection, we’ll assess the situation and either stop or adjust the processing or underline our compelling legitimate grounds for ongoing processing.

Applicants also possess data portability rights. And, if you suspect any irregularities, you’re encouraged to contact the relevant regulatory authority.

Acquiring Services via Our Online User Platform

Clients have the option to get a dedicated client profile on our platform, where they can effortlessly review past transactions, order new transportation services and manage the personal details necessary for processing future orders. Additional specifics about our diverse offerings are readily available on our platform. It’s worth noting that we facilitate global services. To effectively deliver these, there’s an imperative need to share certain personal details with our associates (like transport entities) and third-party vendors (including communication platforms, cloud services and other). 

Our entitlement to manage user profile details and execute services draws its legal backing from Art. 6(1) of the GDPR, asserting that such data utilization is pivotal for honoring the service contract in question.

Should you express the wish to deactivate your user profile, we’ll promptly honor it. Until such action, the associated data remains preserved indefinitely for your convenience. Post profile deactivation, order-specific details are blocked upon order finalization (upon warranty expiration) and subsequently purged once mandated retention periods lapse. Similarly, details provided during order placements without an account are blocked post order completion (post warranty expiration) and erased post the expiration of any legal retention durations.

Sharing & Transferring to External Entities

Your personal data is disclosed to external entities only when it aligns with data protection regulations. Below, we outline the scenarios where such sharing may occur:

• When you’ve granted explicit consent for specific objectives (based on Art. 6(1)(a) of GDPR).
If data handling is vital for either honoring a contract with you or enacting any pre-agreement actions you’ve initiated (Art. 6(1)(b) GDPR).
To satisfy any legal obligations we’re bound to (per Art. 6(1)(c) GDPR).
To uphold our genuine interests or that of a third-party, provided your primary rights don’t supersede these interests (as per Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR).

We also partner with specialized service vendors — designated as data processors under GDPR Article 28. These entities handle your data based on our directive and in our stead. While we’ve meticulously vetted these providers, only a select few are cited here for illustrative purposes:

• Google Analytics: Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
Google Adwords, Google Inc.,1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
Google Maps, Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
LinkedIn: LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA

This isn’t an exhaustive list. Additional vendors are engaged as required, and they all adhere to our stringent data handling standards. For an all-encompassing directory of our partners or any further details, please get in touch with us directly.

Cookies and Your Privacy

What are Cookies?

When you visit our website, it may use cookies — tiny files created and stored on your device (like your laptop, tablet, or smartphone). These files are harmless: they don’t damage your device or introduce malicious software.

Why do we use Cookies?
Cookies have specific purposes:

• Enhanced User Experience: They remember certain interactions during your visit. For example, they recall pages you’ve explored so you don’t get repeatedly prompted for the same information. Some, known as session cookies, are temporary and vanish once you exit our website.
User Preferences: If you’ve personalized settings or made specific entries, cookies help remember them for your next visit, ensuring a seamless experience.
Site Analytics: We use cookies to understand site traffic, user behaviors, and overall website performance. This insight helps us refine our site for better user engagement.

Legal Grounds for Using Cookies:

• Necessary Cookies: Essential for website function, these cookies enhance site security and overall user experience. Their use aligns with Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR, emphasizing our genuine interest in safeguarding our website and its integrated IT platforms.
Optional Cookies: These support analytics, marketing, performance metrics, and more. Their usage relies on your explicit consent per Art. 6(1)(a) GDPR. When you first access our site, a cookie banner will request your permission for these cookies. You’re free to adjust your preferences anytime through the “Privacy & Cookies Policy” button.

Your Control Over Cookies:

We respect your choices. Detailed insights into cookie categories—marketing, analytics, performance, and others—are available in our cookie banner. If you wish to modify or revoke your cookie preferences, you can do so at any time..

Analysis and Retargeting Tools

If To enhance our website and offer tailored experiences, we may utilize certain tracking measures. These efforts align with Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR. Our intentions are:

• Adaptable Design & Continuous Optimization: Our aim is to ensure our website remains relevant and user-friendly.
Insightful Analytics: By possibly tracking website usage, we can gain insights to further refine and cater our services to your needs.

It’s worth noting that these potential tracking measures are conducted with your best interest in mind, adhering to regulatory standards.
For clarity on the specific purposes and data categories associated with any tracking tool we might use, please refer to descriptions provided for each tool within this section.

If there’s a possibility that personal data could be transferred outside the EU, we ensure one of the following:

• A guaranteed adequate level of protection as per Art. 45 GDPR.
Implementing adequate guarantees in line with Art. 46 GDPR.

For documentation or details on these protective measures, you can explore the websites of potential tracking tool providers mentioned in this section.

Your Data Rights
As a user and as someone whose data we process, you are entitled to the following rights concerning your personal data:

• Information Access: Inquire about the types of data we process, our reasons for processing them, any potential recipients, and the intended duration of their storage (Art. 15 GDPR).
Data Correction: If you identify any inaccuracies or omissions in your data, you can request an update or completion (Art. 16 GDPR).
Consent Withdrawal: If you’ve previously granted us consent, you can withdraw it at any future point (Art. 7(3) GDPR). Consequently, we will cease any future processes that relied on your initial consent.
Right to Object: If you have specific reasons, you may object to any data processing activities that rely on legitimate interests (Art. 21(1) GDPR).
Right to Complain: If you have concerns about our data practices, you are free to contact the appropriate supervisory authority as per Art. 77 GDPR. This authority is typically located in your place of residence, workplace, or at our operational base.
Data Erasure: In certain scenarios, particularly when the data no longer serves its original purpose or is processed without a proper basis, you can request its deletion (Art. 17 GDPR). This right is particularly relevant if you have exercised your rights under points (3) or (4) above.
Data Restriction: If the deletion of data is contested or not feasible, you may request a limitation on data usage (Art. 18 GDPR).
Portability: You have the right to receive your data in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, such as CSV, especially useful if you intend to share it with other service providers (Art. 20 GDPR).

Remember, you can modify or retract your consent regarding how we use your data at any future point.

Important Notes

Data Requirement: Providing your data isn’t a legal or contractual obligation, nor is it needed for contract conclusions. If you don’t give us your data, there’s no downside for you.

Automated Decision Making: We don’t use your data for automated decision-making processes.
Data Transfer: Unless otherwise specified, we don’t plan to share your data with third countries or international entities.

How We Protect Your Data

While browsing our website, we utilize SSL encryption to ensure your data’s safety. This typically involves 256-bit encryption, but if your browser doesn’t support that, we’ll use the highest supported level of encryption. A locked key symbol in your browser indicates encrypted transmissions.

Beyond encryption, we’ve implemented strategies to safeguard your data against mishandling, loss, destruction, or unwarranted access. These measures evolve with technological advancements.

Updates to This Policy


The current privacy policy is effective from December 2023.

Given our website’s progression, offers, or changes in regulations, we might need to update this policy. Always find the latest version at