The Mexican Association of Industrial Parks, A.C. (AMPIP), with address at Sierra Candela 111, Office 318, Col. Lomas de Chapultepec, C.P. 11000, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, Mexico and, in compliance with the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties (the "Law"), is responsible for the confidentiality, use and protection. Consequently, the Law puts at your disposal this Privacy Notice to know how your personal data and any information collected through our website ampip.org.mx, is used, disclosed, and stored, in order to guarantee the privacy of information and the right to informative self-determination of people.
The personal data that the AMPIP requests will be collected for the following main purposes:
In case you do not want your personal data to be used for any of these purposes, you can deny us your consent by sending us a request to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The refusal regarding the use of your personal data for the purposes listed above, may not be a reason to deny you the services you request.
Your data may be shared with the active membership of AMPIP, government promotion offices and investors, for statistical purposes, business promotion and investment attraction towards the properties of industrial developers, REITs, investment funds and state governments affiliated with the AMPIP.
You have the right to know what personal data we have about you, what we use them for and the conditions of use we give them (Access). Likewise, it is your right to request the correction of your personal information in case it is outdated, inaccurate or incomplete (Rectification); that we remove it from our records or databases when it considers that it is not being used properly (Cancellation); as well as oppose the use of your personal data for specific purposes (Opposition). These rights are known as ARCO rights.
To exercise any of the ARCO rights, you must send a request via email to email@example.com and it must contain:
The response to your request will be made within 10 business days after receipt to the same email that sends the request.
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In some sections of our site, we require the client to have cookies enabled since some of the features require them to work. Cookies allow us to:
This privacy notice may undergo modifications, changes or updates derived from new legal requirements; of our own needs for the products or services we offer; of our privacy practices; Changes in our business model, or other causes. We are committed to keep this privacy notice updated regarding any changes it may undergo and you can always consult the updates that exist on the ampip.org.mx website. If you do not expressly oppose this notice and its updates, it is understood that you have given your tacit consent in terms of article 8 of the Law.
The Personal Data collected by AMPIP will be protected under strict confidentiality, an obligation that will continue even after the end of the relationship with the owner of the Personal Data, in accordance with article 21 of the Law. To protect the Personal Data against any damage, loss, alteration, destruction, as well as the unauthorized use, access or treatment of the same, the AMPIP has implemented sufficient and necessary administrative, technical and physical security measures, the foregoing in compliance with article 19 of the Law and other applicable regulations.
Date of last update of this Privacy Notice: 07/01/2022
Mexican Association of Industrial Parks, Sierra Candela 111, Office 318, Col. Lomas de Chapultepec, C.P. 11000, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City
AMPIP operates under the principles of integrity, transparency, inclusion, responsibility, and commitment.
The Code of Ethics establishes the fundamental principles and values that guide us in our ethical behavior in relation to our affiliates. It also mentions the procedures to report any breach, behavior or practice that affects the heritage and image of the AMPIP due to breaches of the Code of Ethics. We commit ourselves that all cases will be treated confidentially, and corrective measures will be taken in each matter, with its internal or legal implications according to each case.