Portwest Privacy Policy

Portwest have a privacy policy which ensures that you, our customer and any information you may provide to us is subject to our privacy policy. This policy is updated on a regular basis, the most recent date of which was 2017.

Data protection, privacy, storing and sharing information, information received from our customers enables us to continually improve the service we offer. Any information collected online, by phone, e-mail, fax or in person is treated with utmost confidentiality and stored in compliance with all Irish and EU data protection laws. Under no circumstances, other than as required by law or in the prevention of fraud, will we pass information we hold about you to any other organisation.

Information we may collect and what we do with this information

Correspondence Addresses ? postal addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses, for the purpose of sales & marketing promotions, communication of order & accounts documentation and general correspondence. When you sign up to our sales & marketing mailing list you implicitly confirm that you are happy to receive such correspondence from Portwest. To opt out please e-mail This information is available to Portwest only and not to any third party.

Browsing History - We compile a report of what you searched for on our website and this information is given to your Portwest Area Sales Manager, so they may better deal with your enquiries.

Purchase History - Some of the information we store is related to your purchase history. It is private to you, to Portwest staff and to no one else.

Logon Credentials - We store a special code that is unique to your logon, so that when you place an order we know it is you and no one else. This saves you having to enter a lot more information when you place the order

Customers who provide any information to Portwest may at any time request a copy of any personal information we may retain on file relating to them.

Please note your Debit Card or Credit Card information is not retained by Portwest, rather it is encrypted and transferred securely to Realex Payments, a secure online payments provider using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.

Cookies & Privacy

A cookie is a small piece of information sent from a website such as this to your browser that may then be used for storage on your computer.

The software that runs this site may transfer a temporary cookie to your computer so that it can keep track of what it’s doing. It will automatically expire after 24 hours. If you place an order, certain cookies will expire instantly. More information relating to cookies and how you can manage them in your browser is found by clicking the Cookie Policy link below.

Information and material contained on this website:

All information and images provided on this site are copyright of Portwest. This includes, but is not limited to, the graphics, trademarks and product information. You may download, view, copy and print information and documents held at this website. These materials may only be used for your own personal use or for product / supplier research in connection with your business or your employer's business. Any sharing of information or images provided by this website will require an attribution to Portwest. Commercial reproduction is not permitted. These materials may not be altered or modified in any way.

Your use of this site and any materials downloaded, viewed, copied or printed does not authorise you to use any names or trademarks of Portwest without express consent.

Information and material contained on this website and in any documents downloaded from this site is provided for general information only. It is subject to change without notice. Portwest are not responsible for any inaccuracies in the information. This information is prepared for general consumption and so it is not intended to form specific recommendations or advice to any individual or organisation. Nothing on this website is intended to be nor should be construed as an offer to enter into a contractual relationship.

Irish Law governs these terms and conditions and you agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish courts.


All queries in relation to this privacy policy can be addressed by contacting


GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) 2018.
A new European wide law has been introduced from 25th May 2018. This new law extends personal rights to all EU citizens no matter where they dwell. For more information on your rights, please visit: GDPR and You
For General GDPR enquiries contact:
For Subject Access Requests contact: