In compliance with Portuguese law no. 67/98 of 26 October, on the Protection of Personal Data, we inform that the treatment of personal data collected on the website is the responsibility of THIDOLS, UNIPESSOAL LDA, Portuguese fiscal number 516137409.


THIDOLS respects the privacy of all users of its website and is committed to protecting the personal information that each user decides to share, in accordance with the national and community legislation in force. Some sections and / or features of this website can be browsed without resorting to the disclosure of any personal information by the user.


The data collected is the responsibility of THIDOLS, which will process and store it computer-aided and intended to be used in the pre-contractual and contractual relationships established with its customers or potential customers, within the scope of the products and services provided.


Within the scope of customer data management, the personal data collected will be transmitted to third parties that are freight transport companies with the sole and exclusive purpose of carrying out and fully carrying out the services or products purchased by the user, holder of the personal data collected.


Personal data relating to the name, telephone, address and e-mail may also be used for the purpose of advertising and marketing, namely for sending information regarding THIDOLS offers. The data subject is guaranteed the right to oppose the use of the data provided for advertising and marketing purposes, and such request must be sent in writing to





You can make complaints on the mandatory complaint book by accessing this website. 




All disputes arising from the interpretation or execution of this agreement will be settled by the Lisbon Court with express waiver of any other.

In the event of a dispute, the consumer may resort to one of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Entities. For more information, you should consult the Consumer Portal.

In compliance with the legislation in force, THIDOLS indicates that, in the event of a dispute, the customer / user may resort to an Alternative Dispute Resolution Entity:

– CNIACC – National Center for Consumer Conflict Information and Arbitration 

– CIAB – Consumer Information, Mediation and Arbitration Center 




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Using cookie technology to count visits to pages, allows the analysis of the use of the sites more accurately.

The websites, once registered by the customer / user, use cookie technology, in order to have access to a small data file generated by the customer / user.

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