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Privacy statement

Pon Holdings respects the privacy of all visitors to its website. Please read our Privacy Statement and Cookie Policy below.

When you visit this website, your IP address and pages visited are registered. These data are processed anonymously and only used for statistical purposes. If you enter personal details, Pon Holdings will treat them confidentially. We only use your details to provide you with requested and relevant information.

This privacy statement does not apply to other Pon companies you visit via links on the Pon Holdings website. Pon Holdings reserves the right to make amendments to this privacy statement. We recommend that you consult this privacy statement regularly so that you know about any changes.


No part of this website may be reproduced or used without Pon Holdings prior written permission, with the exception of downloading, browsing it on a single PC and/or printing a single hard copy for personal, non-corporate use.


No rights can be derived from the information on this website. Pon Holdings accepts no liability whatsoever for the contents of the site and the information contained therein.


Who is responsible for processing my data?

This is the privacy statement and cookie policy of Pon Holdings B.V., specifically for the website (henceforth referred to as “our website”). 

Pon Holdings B.V. (henceforth “Pon”) is located at Rondebeltweg 31, 1329 BN Almere, The Netherlands. Pon is responsible for processing your personal data, as described in this privacy statement. Handling your information with care is important to us.

When is this privacy statement applicable?

This privacy statement is applicable to all data collected and processed by Pon when you visit our website. 

Why do we collect your data?

We collect and process your personal data on the legal basis of the principles laid out in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We do this for the following purposes: 

  • Offering a proper functioning website (basis: legitimate interest).
  • Playing YouTube videos about Pon services and companies (basis: legitimate interest).
  • Via Google Maps show the locations of the Pon companies (basis: legitimate interest)
  • Conducting and sharing statistical analyses to improve our website (basis: legitimate interest).

How long does Pon store my data?

The data referred to in question 3 is stored for maximum one year. Afterwards we will delete the data. 

Will my data be sold to or shared with other businesses?

We do not sell your data to other businesses for commercial purposes. When necessary, businesses that assist us in finding new team members are given access to data to conduct activities on Pon’s behalf. Pon requires these businesses to take care in processing and protecting your personal data. We have processing contracts with these businesses to ensure this.

Does Pon use cookies?

Yes, we use cookies for our websites. Cookies are small (temporary) files placed in your browser by a website, whether on your computer, cell phone or tablet.

What kinds of cookies does Pon use and why?

Our websites use two types of cookies:

Functional cookies

These cookies allow our websites to work properly. For example, by using these cookies we can ensure that our websites are displayed with the correct screen dimensions for your device. 

Analytic cookies

These cookies allow us to help you find the best job openings. They also help us measure how often our websites are visited and what components of our websites are viewed most often. Using this data allows us to improve our websites.

Google Analytics is a web analysis service that is offered by Google Inc. (Google). Google Analytics uses cookies to analyze the usage of the website by Users. Google uses aggregated statistical data to give Pon an insight in the way Users use the website. Based on the guidelines of the Dutch Data Protection Authority, we made Google Analytics more privacy friendly by:

  • Ensuring we have a “Processing Contract” with Google;
  • Activating in Google Analytics the IP addresses anonymization;
  • Ensuring sharing of data with Google will not take place.

Google may only provide this data to third parties if Google is required to do so by law, or to the extent necessary for third parties processing this data on behalf of Google.

Can I remove cookies?

Yes, you can do so at any time. How you do this depends on your browser. The site has information explaining how to do this on the various browsers. However, bear in mind that removing cookies can result in our websites no longer working (properly).

Is this privacy statement subject to change?

This privacy statement may change, such as when required by new developments or new regulations. The most current privacy statement can always be found on our websites. We always state the date on which the latest version on the website was published. If you check this regularly, taking note of that date, you will always be aware of possible changes.

How is my data protected? 

Pon will take appropriate technical and organizational security measures against the loss or unlawful processing of your personal data. These may include the use of secure registration forms, data encryption and restricting access to your personal data. Certain countries do not have adequate protection standards for personal data. However, you can rest assured that Pon will take appropriate protection measures regarding confidentiality and access to your data.

What are my rights?

You may inquire at any time about data of yours that we have stored, how we obtained it and how we use it. You also have the right to ask us to modify, block or remove your data. Simply email us at

Where can I go for questions about Pon’s privacy statement?

Would you like to know more or is something not completely clear? Please contact us at We will be happy to assist you! We have a special Data Protection officer, who is also available at that email address.