Privacy Policy & Ethical Trading


Kingston Carton Co Ltd and Hull Premier Printing Co Ltd (The Group)

Privacy Policy

The Group will keep customer and supplier details to enable it to conduct business transactions in an orderly manner. Information is solely used for the purpose of effective trading.

The Group holds information within its central systems which are kept safe and private from outside sources. The Group will not sell private data for marketing or financial benefit. The data which is held only relates to information required to perform the groups trading relationships with customers and suppliers. General data will be held indefinitely unless a justifiable request is made to have certain information removed from the groups systems. The Group may share information with third party organisations on a need to know basis, this may include third party suppliers, certification bodies and legally required authorities. The Group may use your information to periodically communicate information about events and happenings within the group and may extend to marketing activities. You will appreciate legitimate information needs to be held to ensure effective communication between customers and suppliers. The object is to make sure that there are good working relationships between parties for the benefit of efficient trade.

Should you wish to request that your personal data be removed from our systems, you should write to the company specifying what information you require to be removed and address your correspondence to:-

The Company Secretary
Kingston Carton Company Limited
Cumberland Street,
Kingston upon Hull
East Yorkshire




Ethical Trading Policy

Corporate Social Responsibility at Kingston Carton:

Corporate social responsibility at Kingston Carton Company Limited is an integral part of our business strategy. We have adopted a set of
principles that have been integrated into our Code of Conduct and also forms an integral part of our terms of business.
Kingston Carton Company Limited is committed to exceeding the existing standards set out in the ETI base code, which is based upon International Labour Organisation standards (ILO). The principles of the base code are detailed below. If you require more information concerning ETI and its base code please visit:

The ETI base code:
1. Employment is freely chosen:
2. Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining are
3. Working conditions are safe and hygienic:
4. Child labour shall not be used:
5. UK National Minimum wages are paid:
6. Working hours are not excessive:
7. No discrimination is practiced:
8. Regular employment is provided:
9. No harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed:


David Wilson is the Chairman and the Corporate Social Champion whilst Arend Buitendam the Managing Director, has responsibility for discharging the ethical strategy. In this way, we ensure wherever possible that our suppliers operate similar controls in terms of technical, ethical and purchasing activities.