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Privacy

Effective: October 10, 2011

Tennessee Spring and Metal, LLC knows that you are concerned about online security and privacy information. We appreciate your trust that we will act responsibly with any information you share through this site.

This site allows anonymous viewing of all public information on this site. You can view the information on these pages without telling us who you are.

However, there are some pages on this site that request certain personally identifying information from you. These pages include feedback forms, registration forms, online surveys and other forms that may appear on this site. We will act reasonably to make certain that we use your personal information only for the purposes spelled out on the submission form. If you fill out one of these forms, any information you provide will be received and stored by Tennessee Spring and Metal, LLC. Tennessee Spring and Metal may store your information indefinitely, either in separate or aggregate form, for our business records and as otherwise provided in this Privacy Policy.

We never sell or share your personal information with unaffiliated organizations for commercial purposes unrelated to the business of Tennessee Spring and Metal, LLC. If necessitated by your request (e.g., if you submit a Literature Request Form), we provide the minimum required information (e.g., mailing address) to allow these third-party organizations to provide their services. Information may be stored and/or maintained by these third party organizations so long as the third party organization agrees to maintain the privacy under the same conditions described in this Privacy Policy.

Certain types of non-identifying information are collected automatically from each visitor’s session on this site. This type of information includes technical information, such as your IP address and browser type. We also log and track which pages are visited to enable us to measure traffic usage and patterns.

Like many sites, this site uses “cookies” to recognize a visitor’s computer on subsequent visits to this site. Cookies are small files created by Web sites that reside on the hard drive of the visitor’s computer and that store information about a visitor’s use of a particular web site. The help file of an internet browser application (for example, Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator) contains information about rejecting and explicitly managing cookies on a computer.