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Dear visitor, Triumph Group welcomes you to the website (hereinafter, the “Site“) and invites you to familiarise yourself with the following disclosure, issued pursuant to Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679 (hereinafter, the “GDPR“) and Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, as amended by Legislative Decree n. 101/2018 (collectively, the “privacy legislation“).

This document contains the description of all data processing activities carried out by the Data Controller (hereinafter also referred to as the “Controller“) via the Site.

1. The Data Controller

The Data Controller of data collected through the installation of cookies is Triumph Italy (hereinafter, the “Company”), with registered office at Via Lucilio, 60 Rome, Italy, in the person of its legal representative pro tempore, domiciled for the purposes herein at the registered office of the company, telephone number 06355301 and fax number 0635530262.

2. Personal data processed

Browsing data

During normal operation, computer systems and software procedures that serve to keep the Site operational collect certain personal information, the transmission of which is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. Given its nature, this information could allow for users to be identified when processed and associated with data kept by third parties.

This category includes the IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users who connect to the Site, addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation of requested resources, the time the request is made, the method used to submit the request to the server, the file size obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the response status from the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the user’s operating system and computer environment.

This data is used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information regarding the use of the Site, and verify that the site is operating correctly. Data are deleted after processing. Data may be used to determine liability in cases of suspected computer crimes that damage the Site.


Cookies are small strings of text that are sent from a website to the browser of the user while browsing. They are stored on the device (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone) and transmitted back to the Site upon any subsequent visits. Cookies are installed on the user’s device for a certain period of time, and are deleted either at the end of said period or the end of the browsing session.

Cookies are divided into two categories, based on the subject that manages them:

  • First-party cookies: are managed directly by the owner / operator of the website;
  • Third-party cookies: are managed by a third party that is external to the website visited.

What type of cookies do we use?

Technical cookies

The Site uses technical cookies. The use of technical cookies serves to provide the user with the maximum browsing experience, use of the Site, and some of its features. Their non-installation could limit or prevent access to certain services on the Site, or options requested by the user. One of the purposes of technical cookies is to store user consent to the use of cookies, by keeping track of such consent.

The installation and use of this type of cookie does not require user consent; the user is always able to block or remove technical cookies by accessing the browser settings and directly changing the settings for cookies. This choice could limit or prevent access to certain areas of the Site or the use of some of the services offered therein.

Third-party analytical cookies

The Site uses third-party analytical cookies. This type of cookie serves to monitor use of the Site by users and ensure its optimisation. By way of example, analytical cookies are used to collect and analyse aggregate information for statistical analysis on access and visits to the Site. The third-party analytical cookie does not belong to the domain of our company, but the third-party cookie provider has the obligation to comply with relevant applicable legislation.

The user can give consent to the installation and use of this type of cookie after viewing the short disclosure in the banner when first accessing the Site, and continuing to browse the Site itself. Users always have the ability to block or remove analytical cookies by accessing their browser settings and directly modifying the configuration of the installation/use of cookies.

Below are the analytical cookies used by the Site and the related links to the privacy policies of the third party, through which the user can access the disclosure on the use of the aforementioned cookies:

Google Analytics: a tool of Google Inc. that collects aggregate and anonymous information and allows statistical analysis on access data to the Site, also in order to improve its performance.

For more information about Google Analytics, view:

Vimeo: These cookies are installed through embedded videos via Vimeo. They record statistics on video views by users and display settings.

No information suitable for identifying the user is saved unless the visitor who accesses the video content has logged in to their active Vimeo account. In this case, preferences expressed are linked to the Vimeo account of the user, such as liking a video or saving it as a favourite.

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Third-party profiling cookies

The Site may use third-party profiling cookies. Third-party profiling cookies allow third parties to collect data on the use of Site content and build a profile based on preferences expressed by the user while browsing.

The user can give consent to the installation and use of this type of cookie

after viewing the short disclosure in the banner when first accessing the Site, and continuing to browse the Site itself. Users always have the possibility to deny or withdraw consent given at any time to the installation and use of third-party profiling cookies, by accessing their browser settings and directly modifying the configuration of the installation/use of cookies.

This list indicates the third-party profiling cookies used by the Site, and links through which the user can access information relating to the management of data by third parties:

  • Social buttons: The social buttons used on the Site allow the relative social network to acquire the data on user visits. Third-party cookies are also installed through the use of these buttons, which include profiling cookies. For further information, please visit the following links:

3. Purposes of personal data processing and legal basis of the processing activity

Your personal data will be processed by the Data Controller to manage the Site, perform anonymous statistical analyses on Site use, ensure its correct functioning and/or the assessment of responsibility in the event of hypothetical computer crimes against the Site. These data will be processed anonymously and deleted immediately after processing. The legal basis of the processing activity is the legitimate interest of the Data Controller to ensure proper use of the Site and the prevention of computer crimes, in compliance with Article 6, paragraph 1(f), of the GDPR.

4. How your personal data will be processed

Pursuant to the provisions of privacy legislation, your personal data will be processed by means of paper-based, IT, and telematic tools, with methods strictly related to the purposes indicated in point 3,and with suitable methods to guarantee their security and confidentiality in compliance with the provisions of Article 32 of the GDPR.

5. To whom your personal data may be communicated, and who can gain knowledge of such data

For the pursuit of the purposes described in point 3, your personal data will be made known to employees, assimilated staff, and collaborators of the Data Controller. Your personal data will be communicated and processed by third parties belonging to the following categories:

  • subjects that the Controller uses to manage the Site;
  • companies that manage the IT system of the Controller;
  • companies and consultants who provide legal and/or tax services;
  • authorities and supervisory control bodies, and, in general, public or private subjects with advertising functions.

The complete and updated list of the subjects to whom your personal data may be communicated can be requested at the registered office of the Data Controller.

Your personal data will not be transferred to third parties outside of the European Union, and will not be disclosed.

6. Rights of the data subject

As regards the processing activities described in this disclosure, and under the conditions established by privacy legislation, as the data subject, you may exercise the rights in Articles 15 to 21 of the GDPR, namely:

Right of access – Article 15 of the GDPR: right to obtain confirmation that personal data concerning you is being processed or not, and if so, to obtain access to your personal data;

Right of rectification – Article 16 of the GDPR: right to obtain the prompt correction of inaccurate personal data concerning you and/or the integration of incomplete personal data;

Right to erasure (right to be forgotten) – Article 17 of the GDPR: right to obtain the erasure of personal data concerning you without undue delay. The right to erasure does not apply to processing activities deemed necessary for the fulfilment of a legal obligation or performance of a task carried out in the public interest, or the assessment, exercise, or defence of a right in court;

Right to limit processing activities – Article 18 of the GDPR: right to obtain the limitation of processing activities in the cases expressly provided for by the GDPR;

Right to data portability – Article 20 of the GDPR: right to receive the personal data concerning you provided to the Controller in a structured format that is commonly used and readable by an automatic device, and the right to transmit such data to another controller without impediments, if the processing activity is based on consent and carried out by automated means. The right to have your personal data transmitted directly by the Data Controller to another data controller, if this is technically feasible;

Right to object – Article 21 of the GDPR: right to object to the processing of personal data concerning you at any time, unless there are legitimate reasons for the Data Controller to continue processing activities;

Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority – right to lodge a complaint with the Authority for the Protection of Personal Data (, Piazza di Montecitorio n. 121, 00186, Rome (RM), Italy.

The rights referred to above may be exercised against the Data Controller by sending a request to the subjects indicated in point 1, or The Data Controller will manage your request without delay, and provide you with information relating to the action taken regarding your request within one month of receipt.

The exercise of your rights as a data subject is free of charge, pursuant to Article 12 of the GDPR. In the event of manifestly unfounded, excessive, or repetitive requests, the Data Controller may charge you a reasonable fee for administrative costs incurred to manage or deny your request. We hereby inform you that the Data Controller may request further information as necessary to confirm your identity.

7. How to refuse the use of cookies

As mentioned above, most browsers allow users to verify which cookies are installed on their device and block them. Users can refuse, disable and remove the installation or future installation of cookies on their device at any time by directly changing their browser settings. In some cases, failure to install a cookie may make it impossible to use the Site and some of its functions.

We invite you to view the instructions for the browser used to disable the installation of cookies. Below are the links for various browsers that explain how to manage, verify, and delete all or some cookies from your device:

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