Legals informations

Caution: Vehicles and versions listed on this website represent the manufacturer broad range distributed by CPS Africa.

Models or versions are not always available in the country.

For more information, thank you to contact your local CPS Africa authorized distributor.

Visual and information products are not contractual. Models and equipment may be modified by the manufacturer without notice.

General Information

This website (the “Website”) is edited by SA CPS AFRICA, having its head office at 1050 Brussels, Avenue Louise 149/24 and registered under the number 0578.970.135.

Publication manager: Hideo ISHIBASHI

Host: Oxalide, 25 boulevard de Strasbourg, 75010 Paris, France, contact@oxalide.com

Code of business conduct : www.cfaogroup.com/en/code-of-business-conduct

Disclaimer

The purpose of the Website is to provide information on CPS Africa and its activities. When using the Website, visitors acknowledge having unconditionally accepted the present legal information, as it exists when accessing and using the Website. CPS Africa is free to modify or to update the present legal information at any time.

The information and illustrations published on the Website are provided for reference only. CPS Africa shall use its best endeavors to provide the users with up to date and recent information. CPS Africa  endeavors to keep the information provided on the Website accurate and up to date, and reserves the right to change, at any time and without prior notice, its content. However, CPS Africa shall not incur any liability for errors, omissions or results obtained as a result of a bad use of these information. CPS Africa declines all responsibility with regard to the content, the functioning, the proposed services and the access to third party websites that are not published or controlled by CPS Africa. It is therefore recommended that the visitor check the information by other means, including by contacting CPS Africa. CPS Africa undertakes to correct the errors or omissions as soon as they are brought to its attention.

CPS Africa reserves the possibility to momentarily interrupt or suspend the access to the Website or to change access to it in case of force majeure or other event beyond its control and subject to maintenance operations that are necessary for the proper functioning of the Website, without any compensation of any kind being due to the user.

Consequently, CPS Africa declines all liability:

  • for any imprecision, inaccuracy or omission concerning information given on the Website, of which it is not the author ;
  • for any loss or damage whatsoever resulting from fraudulent use by a third party leading to a modification of information given on the Website;
  • and more generally, for any direct or indirect damage, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequences thereof, caused by the access to, or inability to access, the Website by any person, as well as the use of the Website and/or credit given to any information stemming directly or indirectly therefrom.

Intellectual Property

Furthermore, unless otherwise specified, intellectual property rights on the documents published on the Website and each element created for the Website shall remain the sole property of CPS Africa, which has not granted any license or right other than that of consulting the Website. In particular, the brands and other intellectual property rights quoted on the site shall remain the property of CSP Africa. Reproduction of any documents and elements published on the Website is exclusively authorized for information purposes and for personal and private use of the user; any reproduction or use of copies made for other purposes is expressly prohibited.

Data

License

Simply by connecting to the Website, the user recognizes that he accepts a license from the site’s editor, CPS Africa and agrees to comply with the terms thereof. The Website do not request users to register and do not record the names of visitors who simply view their pages.

Cookies
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The Site uses the technique of “cookies” for technical and statistical purposes, for example to optimize the viewing its pages.

Personal data

In certain cases (questionnaires, gift offers, etc.), CPS Africa may request a number of personal data, such as the contact details and email/postal addresses of the internet users through an online form. Each form features a box to be checked, granting CPS Africa authorization or not to reuse these data for direct marketing purposes. In the event of refusal, the personal data communicated by the user are destroyed as soon as they have been processed pursuant to the initial purpose. In the event of acceptance, CPS Africa reserves the right to send messages to these users at a later stage informing them of offers and commercial communications from CPS Africa or from one of its business partners. These data may be exchanged with and/or transferred to […] in order to […].

The user may, at any time, object to the processing by CPS Africa of personal data relating to him for the purpose of direct marketing by contacting CPS Africa at the following address:

Avenue Louise 149/24, 1050 Brussels or at the following e-mail address: cpsafrica@cfao.com

Finally, treatments automated of data personal realized by CPS Africa were the object of a declaration with the Commission Private life, in Belgian application of the statutory provisions of December 8th, 1992 concerning the protection of the private life towards the personal data processings. Every person of whom CPS Africa processes the personal data can exercise their rights of access, modification, rectification or abolition of the information concerning it at the following address:

CPS Africa
Bijkhoevelaan 12

2110 Wijnegem

Belgium
cpsafrica(at)cfao.com

The user will find information on his rights and duties and on the protection of his personal data on the site of the Committee Private life (https: // www.privacycommission.be/). Applicable law and competent courts  The use of the Site is governed by the Belgian law. Any dispute which would not have been able to be the object of an amicable settlement will be subjected to the courts of Brussels.