Contact and imprint
Telephone Germany: 0179-66 55 215
Telephone international: +49-179-66 55 215
(Please retype the mail address; do not just copy it! As a means of "encryption" against automatic address spiders several of the letters in the mail address have been taken from a non-latin alphabet.)
Additional information, as required by the German Teledienstegesetz (Teleservices Act)
Company owner: Dipl.-Ing. Johannes Graubner
EC VAT ID according to § 27a of the German Umsatzsteuergesetz (VAT statute): DE 151 889 912
Responsible for the content according to § 6 of the German MDStV (Media Services State Agreement): Johannes Graubner
Liability note: Despite the fact, that the hyperlinks on this website are carefully checked at the time of setting up, we cannot be held responsible for the contents of any linked external web pages. For the contents of the linked web pages, only the corresponding webmaster is responsible.
Note regarding technology
This website has been created and maintained using the open source content management system phpCMS. For further information, refer to " Technology of this website".
Note regarding our data protection policy (summary)
The website www.transcom.de gathers personal data of visitors only when they are requested openly (and given voluntarily by the surfer) and only for the purpose specified. This website does not set any cookies. The logfiles of the server are analyzed statistically; resolution of IP numbers is not carried out.
Each access to our web site and each download of files available from our site is logged automatically. The saved data are evaluated for statistical purposes. We do not allocate these data to specific persons. Typically the following data are logged: Name of the file downloaded: date and time of the download; transmitted data volume; message regarding the successful transfer; web browser and requesting domain; destination IP, to which the file has been sent. This website does not set any cookies.
Via our web site, further data are only logged if they are given voluntarily, e.g. on a form in the context of an information request. These data will be used for the purpose, for which you provided them, e.g. to answer you question. Your personal data are only passed on to third parties or otherwise as far as this is necessary for the purpose for which you provided them. Furthermore we may use you contact data provided to us via our web site to inform you about current developments at Transcom -- if you have not objected to such use. You may object such use with effect for the future at any time.
Duties to preserve records imposed by the laws force us to save a lot of data over an extended period of time. Because a differentiation between data to be preserved and other data is very difficult for legal laymen, on the other hand due to the saving of these data on a common data carrier, these data are technically hardly differentiable, it is possible that also personal data that are not required again are saved for an extended period of time.