Data protection

We take data protection seriously

Protecting your privacy when processing personal data is very important to us. When you visit our website, it is standard practice for our web servers to save the IP of your internet service provider, the website from which you access our website, the pages on our website which you visit, and the date and duration of the visit. This information is absolutely essential for the technical transmission of the websites and secure server operation. There is no personalised evaluation of this data.

If you send data to us using the contact form, this data is saved on our servers as part of data back-up. We use your data exclusively for the purpose of dealing with your request. Your data is treated strictly confidentially. It is not passed on to any third party.

  • Responsible body:
  • LEWELL Kartonagen GmbH
  • Reundorfer Straße 13-15
  • 96215 Lichtenfels-Seubelsdorf
  • E-Mail:
  • Tel: +49 (0) 95 71 - 92 39 - 0

Personal data

Personal data is data relating to your person. This data includes your name, your address and your e-mail address. You also do not need to disclose any personal data to be able to visit our website. In some cases, we require your name and address and other information to be able to offer you the service you want.

The same applies in the event that at your request we supply you with information material or we answer your enquiries. In these cases, we will always make you aware of this. In addition, we only save the data that you have sent to us automatically or voluntarily.

If you make use of one of our services, we generally only collect the data that is required to be able to offer you our service. We may possibly ask you for further information, but this is on a voluntary basis. Whenever we process personal data, we do this to allow us to offer our service to you or to pursue our commercial goals.

Automatically saved non-personal data

When you visit our website, we save certain information for administrative and technical reasons. This information includes: the type and version of the browser used, the date and time of access, and the IP address.

This data is anonymised and used merely for statistical purposes or to improve our internet and online services. This anonymised data is stored on secure systems – separately from personal data – and cannot be assigned to any individual people. This means that your personal data remains protected at all times.


When you visit our website, we may possibly save information on your computer in the form of cookies. Cookies are small files which are transferred from an internet server to your browser and saved on its hard disk. The legal basis for using cookies is provided by Art. 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.

Only the Internet Protocol address is saved here – no other personal data. This information which is stored in the cookies enables you to be recognised automatically the next time you visit our website, which makes it easier for you to use the website.

You can of course also visit our website without accepting cookies. If you do not want your computer to be recognised on your next visit, you can also decline the use of cookies by changing the settings in your browser to “Decline cookies”. You can find the respective procedure in the operating guide for your respective browser. However, if you decline the use of cookies, there may be restrictions in the way that some areas of our website can be used.

Google Analytics with anonymisation function

Our website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043 USA, hereinafter "Google". Google Analytics uses “cookies”, text files which are stored on your computer and enable the website to analyse how you use the site.

The information generated by these cookies, for example time, place and frequency of your website visit, including your IP address, is transmitted to Google in the USA and stored there.

On our website we use Google Analytics with the extension "_gat._anonymizeIp". In this case, your IP address will be shortened and made anonymous by Google within Member States of the European Union or in other Contracting States of the Agreement on the European Economic Area.

Google will use this information to evaluate your use of our website, to compile reports about the website activities for us, and to provide further services associated with the use of the website and internet. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if this is prescribed by law or if third parties process this data on Google’s behalf.

By its own admission, Google will not link your IP address to other data from Google under any circumstances. You can prevent cookies from being installed by making a corresponding setting in your browser software; however, we point out that in this case you may not be able to utilise all functions of our website to the full extent.

Furthermore, for the most common browsers Google offers an opt-out add-on which provides you with more control over which data is recorded by Google in relation to the websites you have accessed. The add-on notifies the Google JavaScript (ga.js) that no information about the website visit should be transferred to Google Analytics. However, the opt-out add-on for browsers of Google Analytics does not prevent information from being transmitted to us or to other web analysis services which we may possibly use. You can obtain further information about the installation of the browser add-on via the following link:

If you access our website using a mobile device (smartphone or tablet), you must click on this link instead to prevent tracking by Google Analytics within this website in the future. This is also possible as an alternative to the above browser add-on. When you click on the link, an opt-out cookie will be set in your browser and is only valid for this browser and this domain. If you delete the cookies in this browser, the opt-out cookie will also be deleted, which means you need to click on the link again.

If you have consented to your web and app browser history being linked by Google to your Google account and information from your Google account is used to make advertisements personal to you, Google uses your data together with Google Analytics data in order to create target group lists for remarketing across different devices. For this purpose, Google Analytics initially records your Google-authenticated ID on our website which is linked to your Google account (i.e. personal data). Google Analytics then links your ID temporarily to your Google Analytics data in order to optimise our target groups.

If you do not agree with this, you can stop this by making appropriate settings in the “My account” section of your Google account.

Google Maps

This website uses Google Maps to depict maps and to create route maps.

Google Maps is operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.

By using Google Maps on this website, you agree to the recording, processing and use of the data which is automatically collected and is entered by you by Google, one of its representatives, or third-party providers.

The terms of use for Google Maps can be found here.

You can view the privacy policy of Google Maps here.


We have taken technical and administrative security precautions in order to protect your personal data from loss, destruction, manipulation and unauthorised access. All our employees and service providers that work for us are obliged to comply with the relevant data protection laws.

Whenever we collect and process personal data, it is encrypted before it is transmitted. This means that your data cannot be misused by third parties. Our security precautions are subject to a continuous process of improvement and our privacy policies are constantly revised. Please ensure that you have the latest version.

Rights of data subjects

Please contact us at any time if you want to find out what personal data we store on you or if you want to have this data corrected or deleted. Furthermore, you have the right to restriction of processing (Art. 18 GDPR), a right to object to the processing (Art. 21 GDPR) and the right to data portability (Art. 20 GDPR). In these cases, please contact us directly.