APT respects the privacy of users that visit our websites and has formulated this policy to safeguard the privacy of our users. This page explains what information we may collect and how it may be used.
Users visiting our sites may provide APT with information, including name, address, telephone and email address. Information is always provided voluntarily by the user. APT is the sole owner of this site and will not sell, rent or make this information available to others, unless obliged to do so by Government or law enforcement agencies in the United Kingdom.
We may use the information we have collected to help us provide the user with a personalised service and to keep users informed about new APT products and services.
Additionally interacting with our site users may provide us with certain other information about browsing patterns, which will only be used in aggregate form.
The origination IP address for requests to the website may also be logged.
APT may use a standard web technology called “cookies” which allow us to recognise users on return visits. Cookies are small pieces of information stored on the users’ hard drive and not on our site. Most web browsers will allow the user to configure their preferences to notify them if a cookie is being downloaded to their hard drive, or they can choose to reject all cookies if you wish to do so.