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Logista responds is an initiative set up to deal with the doubts or question that you may have about how Logista works.

If you have any query you can ask us for information by filling in the attached questionnaire and you will receive a reply, sent either directly to you or to your e-mail address:

Contact address:

C/ Trigo, 39. Polígono Industrial Polvoranca
C.P. 28914 Leganés Madrid (Spain)

e-mail address: mkt@logista.es

Phone: +34 91 481 98 00

Client Code  (only tobacconists)
Surname *    
Name *    
Post held
Main Activity
Address  *    
Town  *    
Telephone 1
Telephone 2
E-mail  *   
Further information on:

We inform you that your personal data provided in the contact form or email is processed by Compania de Distribución Integral Logista Polska sp. z o.o. with its seat in Warsaw at Al. Jerozolimskie 96 (Logista Polska). Logista Polska is data controller and these data are processed in order to answer your questions, provide information or respond to your requests and suggestions. The basis for data processing is the implementation of legitimate interests in the form of maintaining communication with the user of the form or email. If your inquiry concerns the implementation of the current contract or the quality of services provided by the companies of the Logista Group, you expressly accept that your data will be sent to the corresponding subsidiary for the answer of your inquiry.

Your data will be kept for one year. Providing your data is voluntary, but necessary because without your data we will not be able to provide an answer. You have the right to access your personal data, rectify them, delete or limit processing, as well as the right to object to the processing, as well as the right to transfer your data and file a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.