Find below the Saint Louis Sucre legal notice.
Last updated January 2024
Below you will find the legal information for the www.saintlouis-sucre.com website.
Saint Louis Sucre S.A.S.
Simplified joint stock company with capital of €15,458,000
R.C.S. AMIENS 602 056 749
74, avenue du Général-de-Gaulle, 80700 Roye, France
Phone : 03 22 37 57 00
the site is developed by Atelier Sherfi :
Head office: 15 boulevard du lycée, 92170 Vanves, France
APE Code 70.22Z – firstname.lastname@example.org
This site is hosted by OVH
Head office: 2, rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix, France
RCS Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
Code APE 2620Z – VAT no.: FR 22 424 761 419
Publication manager: Camille Bouclier
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
In accordance with the French law of June 21, 2004 on trust in the digital economy.
Connection, use and access to this site imply full acceptance by the Internet user of all the provisions of the present legal notice. SAINT LOUIS SUCRE cannot be held responsible for the information on this site, which is not contractual. SAINT LOUIS SUCRE remains free, at any time, to enrich, modify, correct or delete all or part of the content and presentation of the pages of its site.
In principle, the site is accessible to all, unless interrupted, and is regularly updated. However, errors, inaccuracies or omissions may still occur. SAINT LOUIS SUCRE undertakes to do its utmost to restore access to the site should it become impossible to do so. SAINT LOUIS SUCRE cannot be held responsible for any damage, whatever its nature, resulting from its unavailability.
Finally, SAINT LOUIS SUCRE cannot be held responsible for breaches of computer security that may cause damage to users’ computer equipment and data.
Intellectual property and neighboring rights
All elements of the SAINT LOUIS SUCRE website (texts, drawings, photographs, images, sounds, videos, logos, trademarks, models, software…), as well as the website itself, are protected by intellectual property rights and related rights. All brands mentioned on this site are registered trademarks.
These elements are the exclusive property of SAINT LOUIS SUCRE.
Consequently, any person consulting the SAINT LOUIS SUCRE Internet site and using its services undertakes not to reproduce, represent or use all or part of these elements.
Any non-expressly authorized use of the SAINT LOUIS SUCRE Internet site or of one of its elements entails a violation of the intellectual property rights of SAINT LOUIS SUCRE and of third parties with whom SAINT LOUIS SUCRE has agreed to place intellectual creations belonging to them on its site.
Link to other websites
The SAINT LOUIS SUCRE site contains links to third-party sites created and maintained by independent companies and organizations over which SAINT LOUIS SUCRE has no control.
Furthermore, Saint Louis Sucre does not guarantee the availability of these sites, their content or any transactions that the Internet user may carry out on these sites.
Finally, it is forbidden to create a link to the SAINT LOUIS SUCRE website without express prior authorization.
Personal data protection
The personal information collected is processed for the purpose of responding to requests for information, sales inquiries or job applications. For this reason, SAINT LOUIS SUCRE may in certain cases ask you to provide your title, surname, first name, e-mail address, telephone number, address, town, zip code and country of residence. By providing this information, you expressly agree to its processing by SAINT LOUIS SUCRE. They may be passed on to any entity in the Südzucker group, of which SAINT LOUIS SUCRE is a member, that is better able to respond to your request. This information will be deleted from our files after 24 months at the latest (6 months for job applications).
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD), adopted by the European Parliament on April 14, 2016, and the French Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, as amended, you have the right to information, access, rectification, opposition, modification and deletion of nominative personal data concerning you, rights enshrined in Articles 13 to 22 and Article 34 of the RGPD.
To exercise this right, please write to us at Saint Louis Sucre, Data Protection, 74 avenue du Général-de-Gaulle, 80700 Roye. Sample letters can be found on the CNIL website (www.cnil.fr).
Information concerning applications:
If you send an unsolicited application to Saint Louis Sucre, it will be sent by email to the relevant department, depending on the options you have selected (diploma, desired location). The information requested (surname, first name, contact details, CV and covering letter) is used solely to process your application. This information is not stored in a file, but is kept in the form of an e-mail for the duration of the processing, up to a maximum of 6 months.
If you would like to apply for a job, the www.saintlouis-sucre.com website redirects you to the https://suedzucker-gruppe.dvinci-easy.com/fr/p/saint-louis-sucre/jobs platform.
Users of the SAINT LOUIS SUCRE site agree to respect the present legal notice and to use the site under their own responsibility.
In addition, users undertake to :
- Not to use the information on the site to make statements that are defamatory, contrary to public decency or public order, or in any other way that could harm others or SAINT LOUIS SUCRE.
- Not to send e-mails containing information concerning third parties or which could be confidential, or to make comments which are defamatory, contrary to public decency or public order, or which in any way could harm others.
- Not to compromise the site’s computer security or disrupt its normal operation.
The SAINT LOUIS SUCRE website is subject to French regulations. Any dispute arising from the application of these terms and conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.
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