Privacy policy – Trailblaze Supply Chain

Privacy policy


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Security of your personal data

In order to safeguard the security of your personal data, we inform you that we have adopted all the necessary measures of a technical and organizational nature to ensure the security of your personal data against alteration, loss and non-authorized processing and access.

Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Logistics Plus does not collect PII without your knowledge—PII is collected on the Logistics Plus website through prompt only. The only personally identifying information that we collect and store about you is the information that you choose to provide to us. Several areas of ask for personal information. Requested information includes your name, address, email address, billing information, business profile, shipment information (shipping and receiving addresses), and information about your business contacts (company name, addresses, and contact name).

Requests for Information Forms

Our requests for information forms require that you provide us with PII. This information is used to contact you and to process your requests for information. We will also use this information to contact you about the services we offer, as well as to send you site and service announcement updates.

Electronic Mail

We will also gather PII when you send us an e-mail. We will use your PII to respond to your e-mail, and we may use your PII to send you notifications about our services.

Logistics Plus Account

When you register for a Logistics Plus account, we collect Personally Identifiable Information that is necessary to provide Products and Services. You must provide your name and e-mail address. You also must choose a password, which will be required to gain access to portions of our site reserved for registered customer use.

Non-Personally Identifiable Information

Logistics Plus collects anonymous browser information from visitors to our website. This information is not personally identifiable and is not linked to any individual person. To collect this information, we may store information in the form of a “cookie” on your computer. Cookies allow us to tailor our website, and they help us better respond to your interests and preferences.

Non-Personal Information

environmental variables. A “referrer” is information the web browser passes along to the Logistics Plus web server that references the URL from which you came. The “IP address” is a number used by computers on the network to identify your computer so that data can be transmitted to you.


To help us improve our website and to ensure that we make every effort to provide you with information and offers that are of interest to you, we may merge your information with click-stream data and other data we have, including offline data. We will provide notice of this, as well as an opportunity to opt-out of it, at the time and place of information collection and before data is entered into our system. We may also develop a non-identifiable profile on you based upon the pages within our website that you visit.

Choices Regarding the Use of Your Information

You may choose not to provide Logistics Plus with any contact information/PII. However, if that occurs, we will be unable to process your request for information and you will not be able to access many parts of the Logistics Plus website. If you would like to unsubscribe to any of our services or would like us to remove you from any of our online mailing lists, send email.

Information Sharing:

Blogs and Social Networks:

Some Logistics Plus websites allow you to participate in “blog” discussions and other forms of social networking. Please be aware that these blogs and social networks are accessible to other users. We urge you to not submit any personally identifiable information to these sites because any information posted on a blog can be read, collected, shared, or otherwise used by anyone who accesses the site.


Your continued use of this site signifies your assent to the Logistics Plus Privacy Policy as presented. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to modify, add, or remove portions of this policy at any time by posting the revised policy online. Please check this page periodically for changes.


The information you enter is stored on our servers in a password-protected, personal account. All information is stored behind a secure computer firewall, a barrier that prevents outsiders from accessing our servers. To verify that you have a secure connection, look for the locked padlock symbol at the bottom of your browser window or the HTMLS-code in the site connection-identifier. When you access your account information, the information is kept on a secure server.

Significance of a Privacy Policy

If your website or app collects personal information from users, you’re likely required by data privacy laws to post a privacy policy on your platform.Read on to learn about some of the specific pieces of legislation from around the globe that impact your privacy policy.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides internet users in the European Union (EU) with rights over their data. But it also outlines obligations for businesses that impact your privacy policy.

This set of regulations instills a “Privacy by Design” model in which businesses must consider users’ data privacy when designing their business practices, systems, and processes

Amended California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was officially amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) on January 1, 2023, and together they make up one piece of legislation.The CCPA gives California consumers more control over the information that businesses collect and how that data gets used, and it also impacts your privacy policy.

ePrivacy Directive & Regulation:

Before the GDPR, the ePrivacy Directive — aka the EU cookie law — was the primary regulator of EU internet privacy. It ensured websites obtained user consent to place non-essential cookies in their browsers.