Who are MTS Group:
MTS Group includes both Carryway and MTS Plant as trading divisions. As the “data controller” we are committed to protecting any personal data shared with us.
How and What data will we collect:
When you engage with our website or other digital platforms, contact us via email or communicate with our staff we will aim to collect only information which is relevant and necessary. Not all of this data is used to identify you personally. However it provides us with information about how you use our services and engage with us (we will utilise this data to improve and personalise our services). The type of information we will collect is listed below:
How we will use this information:
MTS Group will only process data that is necessary for the purpose for which it was collected. There are various ways in which we may use or process your personal data, please see these listed below:
How do we share this information:
We will never sell your information to other businesses or any third parties, but we do work closely with other organisations and may need to share your information with them from time to time. These include:
How long will we keep your data for:
We will not hold your personal information for longer than necessary. If you are a customer or we have a relationship with you we will hold your data for the duration of the relationship.
As the “data subject” you have the right to:
Concerns and complaints:
To raise any concerns in relation to your data or the processing of your data please contact us using the details below:
By Post: MTS Group, Unit 2 Flanshaw Way, Silkwood Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF2 9LP
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone: 01924 307 007
You also have the right to complain to the UK data protection regulator, the ICO (Information Commissioners Office). Please visit the ICO’s Website for more details.
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Our guests have high expectations when they come to golf at Gleneagles, and the classic aesthetics and high quality finish on the Club Car vehicles have met their needs perfectly.
The GPS system in particular has been very popular – in addition to providing course information, it even allows golfers to email themselves their score card to review at home.
Thank you for the excellent customer service that we recently received from Hugh Healy, Carryway Support. Hugh was very thorough and had excellent communications with us regarding our buggy fleet at The Westerwood Resort – nothing was too difficult for him.
It is a pleasure to work with Carryway, the service and support they provide has been first class. We originally signed up for 14 brand new buggies for one year to sample working with the company.
We were pleased with the service and the product provided and have since signed up for the next few seasons and hopefully with many more to come after that.
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