Terms of Service
- Claims must be made without delay on receipt of goods.
- Payments are valid only when made out to Recla GmbH.
- Deductions are not permitted.
- Interest on arrears applies in accordance with Directive 2000/35/EC
- Court of jurisdiction is Bolzano;
- Packaging licence: Conai, DSD2625607, ARA90607
- Export number I-621
- Mincomes MBZ000651 (Ministry of Foreign Trade Registration)
Retention of title
Until all claims including secondary claims, claims for damages and redemption or encashment of cheques and bills of exchange have been fully settled, the goods remain the property of the Vendor. The retention of title shall exist, where accounts receivable by the Vendor are added to an outstanding account and the balance has been struck and accepted. If goods subject to the retention of title are processed by the Purchaser into a new moveable object, the processing shall be performed for the Vendor, with the proviso that he shall incur no liability therefrom. The new object shall become the property of the Vendor. Where the goods have been processed, blended or commingled with goods which are not the property of the Vendor, the Vendor shall acquire joint ownership in the new object in the ratio of the invoiced value of his goods subject to the retention of title to the total value. The Purchaser is entitled to resell, process or install the goods subject to the retention of title only if the subsequent conditions are satisfied and only with the proviso that the claims under the subsequent conditions shall de facto pass to the Vendor. The powers of the Purchaser to resell, process or install the goods subject to the retention of title shall cease with a revocation by the Vendor as a consequence of a sustained deterioration in the financial position of the Purchaser, however at the latest with his bankruptcy or with the application for or opening of bankruptcy or conciliation proceedings. a) The Purchaser hereby assigns to the Vendor the receivable with all ancillary rights arising from the selling-on of the goods subject to the retention of title - including any current account balance claims. b) If the goods have been processed, blended or commingled and if the Vendor has acquired joint ownership therein to the amount of his invoiced value, the purchase price claimed is due to him pro rata to the value of his rights in the goods.
If the goods subject to the retention of title have been installed by the Purchaser in a parcel of land or a building, the Purchaser shall assign as of the present moment the claim for compensation arising therefrom or arising from the resale of the parcel of land or the building to the amount of the invoiced value of the goods subject to the retention of title with all ancillary rights including such rights arising from the grant of a legal mortgage with priority over all other debts. c) If the Purchaser has sold the claim as part of a genuine factoring transaction, the claim of the Vendor shall become immediately due and the Purchaser shall assign the claim against the factor arising in its stead to the Vendor and shall transfer his return on the sale without delay to the Vendor. The Vendor shall accept this assignment. The Purchaser is authorised to collect the claims assigned, providing that he has fulfilled his payment obligations. The authorisation to collect shall be extinguished on revocation, at the latest on default of payment by the Purchaser or where the pecuniary circumstances of the Purchaser have substantially deteriorated. In this event the Vendor is hereby empowered to inform the customer and to collect the receivables himself. The Purchaser is under a duty to surrender to the Vendor on demand an exact statement of the accounts receivable due to the Purchaser, with name and address of the customer, the amount of each claim, date of invoice etc. and to grant to the Vendor all information required for the enforcement of the assigned claims and to arrange for the verification of this information. If the value of the existing guarantee for the Vendor should exceed all his receivables by more than 20%, the Vendor shall be under a duty at the request of the Purchaser or any third party affected by the excessive security to release the guarantees according to his choice.
Disclosure within the meaning of Article 13 of the Legislative Decree No. 196/03: Recla GmbH uses your personal data for the following purposes: to send e-mails and circulars, to fulfil their legal duties, and their duties under statutory orders, Community standards, and civil and tax laws, to fulfil any contractual duties as regards the person concerned, to protect claims and to administrate debts. In accordance with the legal guidelines, Recla GmbH guarantees that the fundamental rights and freedoms, as well as the dignity of the person concerned, with particular reference to confidentiality, personal identification and the right of protection of personal data will be complied with when we process your personal data. With reference to the purposes stated above, your personal data will be passed to the following persons or institutions: official administrations and authorities, where this is required by law, credit institutes, with which our company maintains business relations for the administration of accounts receivable/accounts payable and for the arrangement of financing, all natural and/or legal persons (legal and administrative offices, Courts, Chambers of Commerce etc.), where it proves necessary to forward details or it is appropriate for the exercise of our activities, as well as in the ways stated above with the objectives as stated. Data may be processed with or without the assistance of electronic, or automatic means and includes all the processes required in Article 4, para. 1 letter a) of the Legislative Decree No. 196 of the 30th June 2003 and required for the data processing concerned. In every case data will be processed in compliance with all security measures, necessary for the security and confidentiality of the data. The person concerned is entitled at any time as regards Recla GmbH to assert his rights within the meaning of Article 7 of the Legislative Decree 196/2003, which is reproduced in full below: Legislative Decree No. 196/2003, Article 7 - Right to access to personal data and other rights. The person concerned has the right to obtain information as to whether data exist, which concern him, even where these data have not yet been stored; furthermore, he has the right that these data be transferred in intelligible form. The person concerned has the right to information as to a) the source of the personal data; b) the purpose and modalities of processing of the data; c) the system used, where the data are processed by electronic means; d) the principal data for the identification of the right holder, of the persons in authority and of the appointed representative within the meaning of Article 5 para. 2; e) the persons or categories of persons, to whom the personal data can be transferred or the representatives appointed within the national territory as persons in authority or as delegated persons who are entitled to require knowledge of the data. The person concerned has the right a) to demand that the data be updated, corrected or, where interested therein, amended; b) to demand that illegally processed data be deleted, made anonymous or blocked; this also applies to data, the retention of which is not required for the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed; c) to obtain confirmation that the operations under letters a) and b), with regard also to their contents have been notified to those to whom the data have been communicated or disclosed, unless this proves impossible or involves an unjustifiable use of means compared to the protected right. The person concerned has the right, in whole or in part, a) to object on legitimate grounds to the processing of personal data, which concerns him, even where these data are consistent with the purpose for which they have been collected; d) to object to the processing of personal data, which concerns him, where this processing is carried out for the purpose of despatching promotional material or for the purpose of direct sales, marketing or opinion polling or for commercial information. The objective rights can be asserted on the part of the person concerned or a person instructed by him in accordance with Article 7 of the Legislative Decree, by enquiry to the persons responsible at Recla GmbH.
The proprietor of the data processing is: Recla GmbH, Zona Produttiva 2, 39028 Silandro, Italy.
Information acc. to art. 4 of Law No. 300/1970 – Workers' Statute Installation of Audio and Video Surveillance Systems:
Due to the requirements of work safety, the protection of business property and the repair of machine faults, video surveillance systems have been installed internally and externally, with the possibility of a 24-hour recording on all days.
The recordings qualify as sensitive data in compliance with the law in force.
Code of Ethics
Meeting international food standards is one of the priorities of the Recla Company. Our company was ISO 9000 certified in 1997. One of the milestones in the company's history was the export permit for the USA in 2004, when Recla was the first company in Italy, which was granted permission to sell Südtiroler Speck GGA to the USA by the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture).
Recla is IFS (International Featured Standard, Higher Level, unannounced audit) and BRC (British Retail Consortium, Grade A+, unannounced audit) certified and therefore meets the highest European quality and hygiene standards.
The structures, production processes and products are continuously monitored via HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points), GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and SSOP (Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures). The main product Speck Alto Adige P.G.I. is monitored by an independent control organism.
Certificate of liability insurance