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HIT Active Stable® – Imprint

HIT Hinrichs Innovation + Technik GmbH
Kleine Straße 2 D-25795 Weddingstedt
Tel. + 49 (0) 481 – 68 37 63-0
Fax + 49 (0) 481 – 68 37 63-10 E-mail: info@aktivstall.de
Internet: www.aktivstall.de
CEO: Dipl.-Ing. (University of Applied Sciences) Thorsten Hinrichs

Pinneberg District Court HRB 1665, VAT Number: DE 221 866 932, Tax Number:18 29 20 53 89
Disclaimer:
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The content of linked pages is the exclusive responsibility of their operators.
Privacy Policy
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Responsible for the content according to § 55 of the State Broadcasting Treaty and § 5 of the German Telemedia Act (TMG) is:
HIT Hinrichs Innovation + Technik Ltd. | Kleine Straße 2 | D-25795 Weddingstedt
We employ innovation assistants, funded by the Economic Programme for the Future.
Between 2007 and 2013 approximately 720 million Euros were invested into the Economic Programme for the Future (ZPW) for economic and regional-political promotion in Schleswig-Holstein, of which approximately 374 million Euros were from the European
Regional Development Fund (ERDF), approximately 170 million Euros from the joint federal and state scheme for “improving the regional economic structures”, as well as approximately 175 million Euros of supplementary state funds.
Economic Programme for the Future.

Design and programming: 2do-digital.de

Use of Facebook plug-ins
We have integrated so-called plug-ins from the social network Facebook.com (hereinafter “Facebook”) to our online presence. Facebook is a company of Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94394, USA. A list and the appearance of these plug-ins can be viewed at the following address: http://developers.facebook.com/plugins.
The plug-in ensures that the browser you are using loads and represents the visual display of the plug-in from the Facebook-server upon each visit to a website belonging to our online presence which is equipped with such a plug-in.
In the process the Facebook-server recognises which website of our online presence you are currently visiting. If you are a member of Facebook and you are logged in while you are
visiting our online presence, Facebook recognises by means of the information sent by the plug-in which particular website of our online presence you are visiting and assigns this information to your personal user account on Facebook.
If you activate one of the plug-ins, e.g. by clicking the “like” button or by posting a comment, this information will be sent and stored on your personal Facebook user account. Furthermore, the information that you visited our online presence will be transmitted to Facebook, regardless of whether you activate one of the plug-ins or not. In order to prevent Facebook from transmitting and storing data about you and your surfing behaviour, you must log out of Facebook before visiting our online presence.
In order to block Facebook from collecting data and transmitting your user data in future, you can acquire a browser add-on “Facebook-Blocker” from the following link which is available for many Internet browsers. Please do not delete the browser add-on as long as you wish to continue blocking Facebook plug-ins:
http://webgraph.com/resources/facebookblocker/

You will find Facebook’s privacy policy at the following link, along with further information with regards to the collection and usage of data by Facebook, as well as your rights on this matter and the configuration options available to protect your privacy:

http://www.facebook.com/policy.php

HIT Active-Stable is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the Economic Programme for the Future (ZPW) in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein in the field of “in-company innovations”.
Between 2007 and 2013 approximately 704 million Euros were invested into the Economic Programme for the Future (ZPW) for economic and regional-political promotion in Schleswig-Holstein, of which approximately 374 million Euros were from the European
Regional Development Fund (ERDF), approximately 208 million Euros from the joint federal and state scheme for “improving the regional economic structures” (GRW) as well as approximately 122 million Euros of supplementary state funds.