OceanPact Serviços Marítimos, Brazilian corporate taxpayer identification number (CNPJ) 09.114.805/0001-30, headquartered at Rua da Glória 122, 11th floor, Glória, city and state of Rio de Janeiro, CEP (zip code) 20.241-180 (“OceanPact,” “we” or “our”), understands the importance of respecting the privacy and security of the information of its clients and the general public (“Users” or “you”), who use the website (“Website”). Therefore, this information is used in accordance with national data protection regulations, including Brazilian Federal Law 13,709 of 2018 (the General Data Protection Law).

Please read this Privacy Policy (“Policy”) carefully. It describes how personal information provided by you when accessing and using OceanPact’s Website and/or services is handled. If you do not agree with the terms and conditions below, you must not access our Website.

After reading this Policy, if necessary, you may contact the company to resolve any queries or exercise rights related to your personal data. To do so, simply email our Data Protection Officer (DPO) at comitê



Browsing data: As the Website operates, certain personal data may be collected due to the utilization by Users of internet communication protocols. This information may include IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by those browsing the Website, and it is acquired solely for the purpose of obtaining anonymous statistics on usage, as a means of continuously improving the Website’s access and content. This information is deleted after processing and it may be used to determine liability in the event of cybercrimes.

Data voluntarily provided by OceanPact Website Users: The amount and type of information collected by OceanPact varies depending on your use of the Website, including but not limited to: (i) using the Website’s Contact channel, whether to request a quote, submit criticism or suggestions, or provide any other type of information; and (ii) applying for any job available at OceanPact.

As you can see, OceanPact collects as little data as possible in order to maintain the functionality of its Website and the quality of its services.



Users are aware that when interacting with the Website, particularly when providing their personal data to engage in some of the activities described above, they will receive email messages about OceanPact, including advertising content, to share news about the company. If they desire, Users may unsubscribe from these communications by clicking on the link in these emails or by sending a message directly to our Data Protection Officer (DPO) at comitê Even if Users choose not to receive these emails, OceanPact may send necessary communications to facilitate the use of the Website (for example, about a certain chosen service).



Personal data is processed in accordance with current legislation and stored in electronic or physical databases, in line with the purposes established in this document. The data can only be accessed by the people who need to process it, all of whom are bound by confidentiality and security obligations. Basically, OceanPact uses your personal data to:

  • fulfill the purpose for which the data was provided: We may use the data you provide us with to fulfill the purpose informed at the time of collection. For example, we may use your identification and qualification data to enable the performance of the contract we entered into with you for the provision of services;
  • comply with legal or regulatory obligations: Your personal data may be used to comply with obligations established in laws, government agencies’ regulations, tax and health authorities’ regulations, judicial sentences and or obligations established by other governmental authorities;
  • allow the regular exercise of our rights: Even after the end of our contractual relationship, we may process some of your personal data to exercise our rights guaranteed by law, including to provide evidence in judicial, administrative or arbitration proceedings; and
  • carry out internal processing activities based on our legitimate interests: We may also process personal data in line with our legitimate interests, always observing legal limits and never to the detriment of your interests, rights and fundamental freedoms.

Personal data is stored on servers that follow international security criteria and it is retained for the necessary period to achieve the purpose for which it was collected, including for the purposes of complying with legal and contractual obligations, to ensure accountability or to respond to requests from the authorities. Personal data will be erased after these purposes and/or legal obligations no longer apply.



OceanPact does not sell any personal data collected on its Website or during the provision of its services. However, it is possible that we may share such personal data with our contractors, business partners, service providers and other companies belonging to the same group for the exclusive purpose of performing the services offered by OceanPact, such as sending bulletins and newsletters.

When your data is shared, this will happen to fulfill some specific and stated purpose.



We use cookies. You may adjust your browser settings to disable or opt out of cookies. If enabled, we will use cookies when you interact with our Website.

We only collect essential data via cookies to allow our Website to function and to measure access metrics. We do not share this data with third parties, other than those responsible for the cookies themselves.



If you wish to access, remove, correct, update or delete collected data, you should contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) by emailing comitê Such requests will be answered within 15 (fifteen) days after receipt, and any changes, if necessary, will be made as soon as possible, within a reasonable time.



Any changes to this Privacy Policy will be informed in a post on our website. Therefore, we recommend that Users periodically read the Policy to be aware of any modifications. You will be individually informed of any changes that could have a significant impact on your rights.