Terms of use and privacy policy

This website is made available for free use to all parties by SMART TRADE. It can be used for the purpose of receiving information, provided you agree to terms, conditions and releases it contains, without any modifications. SMART TRADE d.o.o. retains the right to modify the terms, conditions and releases governing the use of the website.

SMART TRADE d.o.o. devotes maximal effort in regularly checking and updating information published on the website, but assumes no responsibility or warrants said information is always up to date, correct and/or complete. SMART TRADE d.o.o. reserves the right, at its sole assessment, to terminate access to the website and services associated with it in any way, at any time and without prior notice.

Total content on the website is owned by SMART TRADE d.o.o. All content may be used only for private purposes. Accordingly, any modifications and/or reproduction of text, images, graphics or other content for public purposes, requires prior written consent from SMART TRADE d.o.o.

These Terms of Use are governed by Croatian law. In the event of a dispute, the Commercial Court of Zagreb is competent.

Generally, access to the SMART TRADE website is made available without giving away personal information. Data being collected may include: the name of the website from which you accessed the SMART TRADE page, your IP address, date and time of your access, the amount of data transferred, the type of browser you use, the number of website visits and the average time you spend on the site. Based on gathered data, we do not create personal user profiles, but use it for the purpose of maintaining the quality of the site and improving our services.

SMART TRADE website uses cookie files in order to make the page access more efficient and adjusted to your needs. A cookie is a text file saved on your hard drive by the website server. We use them to simplify the site's navigation. Cookie files cannot be used to run programs or insert viruses into your computer. Cookie files are assigned individually and can only be read by the website server in the domain which documented that file. Most browsers are configured to automatically accept cookie files. However, it is possible to set the option to save cookie files, as well as to configure the browser to send notifications each time a cookie file is uploaded. Using these setting will not affect the search engine's performance.