Policies

The aim of our company is to continuously improve the Quality Management activities and to meet the needs and expectations of our customers within the framework of legal regulations.

Quality policy

Our aim as ÖZTAŞ; To produce high quality medical devices and cooling group products, industrial machines in accordance with national, international standards and legal conditions and to become the preferred supplier of white goods and automotive industry in thin sheet and thick sheet manufacturing, to ensure customer satisfaction with fast and solution-oriented after-sales services, and promoting it in the foreign market and increasing our brand awareness.

To achieve this goal, our quality policy;

  • To ensure continuous development by training all staff,
  • To ensure the profitability of our company by increasing the quality and efficiency,
  • To follow the technological innovations related to our industry simultaneously with the world and present them to our customers,
  • To ensure customer satisfaction at the highest level,
  • With the participation of all our employees, to satisfy all our customers with our quality in every product we produce, on time and in delivery in desired quantities, and to review, maintain and continuously improve the effectiveness of the quality management system by complying with legal customer requirements.

 

Policy for Protection and Process of Personal Data

Please click here to find our Policy for Protection and Process of Personal Data. 

 

 Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy (shall be referred to  as ''Policy''  briefly below)  is prepared by Öztaş Sac Demir İnşaat Metal Mamulleri Makine Sanayi Ve Ticaret  A.Ş. (shall be referred to as ''ÖZTAŞ''   below) and our website (shall be referred to as ''Website'' below) is created under the Law on Protection of Personal Data; ÖZTAŞ has prepared this Policy to explain which cookies are used on the website.

What is a Cookie?

Cookies are small sets of information stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. It is often used to give you a personalized experience, improve the services offered and improve your experience when using the website you visit, and can contribute to ease of use when browsing a website.

What are the types of Cookies?

Cookies are subjected to various classifications depending on the lifetime, purpose of use and the owner of the cookie or the party that placed the cookie.

By Lifetime

By Purpose of Use

According to the Owner of the Cookie or the Party Placing the Cookie

  • Session Cookies
  • Permanent Cookies
  • Mandatory / Technical Cookies
  • Analytical Cookies
  • Functional  Cookies
  • Targeting / Advertising Cookies
  • First Party Cookies
  • Third-party cookies

 

Cookies by Lifetime

  • Session Cookies: Cookies created when you visit a website and used during your visit, valid until the browser window is closed. The purpose of such cookies is to ensure the continuity and security of your visit.

For instance; this type of cookie makes it possible for you to fill the online forms composed of more than one page.

  • Permanent Cookies: They are  created the first time you visit a website, depending on their  lifetime or until you delete them. The purpose of such cookies is to increase the functionality of the site by providing a faster and better service to the visitors.

For example, remembering visitor preferences and determining the content to be transmitted in line with these preferences.

Cookies by Purpose of Use 

  • Mandatory / Technical Cookies: These are mandatory cookies for the website you visit to function properly. The purpose of such cookies is to provide the necessary service by making the site work.

For example, it allows you to access secure sections of the website, to use its features, and to navigate.

  • Analytical Cookies: They show how the website is used, the frequency and number of visits, how it collects information and how visitors pass to the site. The purpose of using such cookies is to improve the way the site works, increase performance and determine the general trend direction. They do not contain data that can provide the identification of visitor identities.

For example, they show the number of error messages shown or the most visited pages.

  • Functional l Cookies: They  record the selections made by the visitor within the site and recapture them at the next visit. The purpose of such cookies is to provide visitors with ease of use.

For example, it prevents the user from re-entering the password on each page the site user visits.

  • Targeting / Advertising Cookies: They allow to measure the effectiveness of the advertisements offered to visitors and to calculate how many times they are watched. The purpose of such cookies is to provide customized ads to visitors' interests.

For example, it prevents the ad displayed to the visitor from being impressed again in a short time.

Cookies by the Owner of the Cookies or the Party Placing the Cookie

First Party Cookies: Cookies that are defined by the website being visited and can only be read by this site.

  • Third Party Cookies: Cookies identified by organizations other than the website being visited and that enable reporting to the site for the service it is identified.  

Cookies Used On Our Website

Mandatory, functional and analytical cookies used by our sites:

  • They are mandatory for the use of the website interface and its features as desired.
  • They allow you to speed up the activities during your future visits.
  • They help us understand how the website is used by visitors, helps us gather statistical data and develop content in line with this data.
  • Under no circumstances do they collect, retain and process data that we can identify, and do not qualify as personal data.
  • It does not harm your computer and does not contain viruses.

Targeting and advertising cookies are used within the scope of our legitimate interests and with the necessary legal commitments, provided that they do not harm your fundamental rights and freedoms in order to personalize the ads and analyze the site traffic.

How the Cookie Preferences are Managed? 

If you want to change the way the browser uses cookies, or block or delete cookies from this website, you can do so by changing your browser settings.

Many browsers give you the option of accepting or declining cookies, accepting only certain types of cookies, or being warned by the browser when a website requests to store cookies on your device so that you can control cookies.

It is also possible to delete the cookies previously saved in your browser.

If you disable or refuse cookies, you may need to manually set some preferences, some features and services on the website they may not work properly as we cannot recognize and associate your account. You can change the settings of your browser by clicking the relevant link from the table below.

Google Chrome

http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95647

Internet Explorer

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

MozillaFirefox

http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Cookies

Opera

http://www.opera.com/browser/tutorials/security/privacy/

Safari

https://support.apple.com/kb/ph19214?

Microsoft Edge

https://support.microsoft.com/tr-tr/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

To learn more about cookies, including how cookies are placed, how they are seen, and how to manage and delete them, you can visit these web pages: www.allaboutcookies.org or www.aboutcookies.org .