Copyrights and Trademarks
All copyrights, trademark rights, and other rights of the content, logos, trademarks, and other information posted on this web site belong to TOYO or the owner of the rights who has authorized TOYO to use them. This web site may be used by customers only to an extent that does not infringe upon these rights.
TOYO shall not be liable for the damages mentioned below or for any damages that may occur in connection with this web site:
1) Damages caused by information posted on this web site, revisions or deletions thereof, and operation, interruption, or suspension of this web site.
2) Damages caused in connection with customers’ use of this web site or use of any information posted on this web site.
3) Damages caused by inaccurate descriptions or typographical errors contained in this web site.
4) Damages, such as accidents, malfunction, computer virus infection, loss of data, and break-down affecting customers’ software or hardware by downloading data from this web site.
Linked Web sites
TOYO does not guarantee the content of web sites that are linked to or from this web site and that are not belonged to TOYO ones, but are managed by the respective parties under their own responsibility.
Linking to TOYO’s Web site
If you would like to link to the TOYO web site, please contact Corporate Communications Division email@example.com in advance. If you wish to set up a link to TOYO's web site, please ensure that it is to the top page (https://www.toyo-eng.com). Links to obscene web sites, those containing slander and defamation, and any others that TOYO considers to be damaging to its business or reputation, are prohibited.
Security of personal information
TOYO takes all possible measures to protect customers’ personal information. TOYO utilizes various security technologies and procedures to protect customers’ personal information against access without authority, appropriation, or leakage. For example, personal information received from a customer is stored on a computer server that is located in a controlled facility and to which access is restricted. Where confidential information is forwarded through the Internet, the information is protected with SSL (Secure Socket Layer) or other encryption technology.