In accordance with the provisions of Article 6 III 1° of Law No. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 for Confidence in the Digital Economy (LCEN), the User of this Website is informed of the following elements:
This Website, accessible from the URL https://www.crouzet.fr/ (hereinafter, the “Website”) is the property of and is published by:
CROUZET (hereinafter, “CROUZET”), a simplified joint-stock company with a sole shareholder (SASU), whose registered office is located at 12 rue Jean Jullien-Davin – 26902 VALENCE Cedex 9 – FRANCE, represented by David Arragon in his capacity as Chief Executive.
APE code: 312A
EU VAT: FR 35 663 820 413
Tel.: + 33 4 75 44 88 44
Email: dpo@crouzet.com
Share capital: €29,110,000 (2004)
Founded in: 01/01/1993 – Crouzet (1921 – Crouzet)
The publication director is Mr Benoît SECHER – CROUZET.
The Website is hosted by OVH SAS, whose registered office is located at 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 ROUBAIX (website: https://www.ovhcloud.com/fr/ – Tel.: 09 72 10 10 10)
Graphic design of the Website:
Other contributors:
DAVENTURE for the UX design, whose registered office is located at 62 quai Charles de Gaulle, 69006 LYON (Tel.: +33 6 88 12 09 40)
SUTUNAM for the web development, whose registered office is located at 24 avenue Joannès Masset, 69009 LYON (Tel.: 04 82 53 31 75)
CROUZET for the integration.
Avant-Première, Crouzet Automation, Shutterstock and Thinkstock.
For any question relating to the protection of his/her Personal Data, the User may contact CROUZET’s data protection officer:

  • at the email address dpo@crouzet.com,
  • using the Website contact form (accessible by clicking on the “Contact us” button in the top right-hand corner of the Website or directly here),
  • by post at the following address: CROUZET – For the attention of the Data Protection Officer – 12, rue Jean Jullien-Davin – 26902 VALENCE Cedex 9.

For any questions or concerns of the User regarding CROUZET’s business compliance, the User is invited to contact CROUZET using the Website contact form (accessible by clicking on the “Contact us” button in the top right-hand corner of the Website or directly here).
The purpose of these General Terms and Conditions of Use (hereinafter “GTCU”) is to define the characteristics, terms and conditions of use of the Website as well as the rights and obligations of any User of the Website.
Any use of the Website implies compliance with these GTCU which the User is deemed to have read and to have kept a copy of.

The terms beginning with a capital letter in these GTCU, including in the preamble above, whether used in the singular or plural, shall have the meaning given to them in this article.
GTCU: these General Terms and Conditions of Use.
Personal Data: any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (also referred to as “data subject”). An “identifiable natural person” is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier, such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier, or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.
User: any natural person wishing to browse the Website.
Website: website published and operated by CROUZET and accessible via the following URL link: https://www.crouzet.fr/.
Device(s): the various media (particularly computer and tablet) on which the Website is accessible.

These GTCU of the Website constitute a contract and enter into force as from their acceptance by the User and for the entire duration of access and use of the Website.
Upon each connection to the Website and before continuing browsing, the User must read these GTCU, which he/she declares to have read, understood and accepted without reservation by ticking the box provided for this purpose.
CROUZET reserves the right to modify and update, at its convenience, the GTCU of its Website in order to adapt them to changes to its Website and/or legislative or regulatory changes.
For his/her complete information, the User must regularly consult the sections to which he/she wishes to refer and read these GTCU.
The User accepts these GTCU without reservation and undertakes to comply with all the provisions thereof.

Access to and use of the Website are free of charge (subject to the costs relating to accessing and using the Website) and do not require any account creation.
The purpose of the Website is to present CROUZET in general to the User as well as the mechatronic components manufactured by CROUZET and the various market applications related to Aviation, Transport, Energy, Building and the Construction of Machines offered by the latter.

The User declares that the computer configuration he/she uses does not contain any viruses and is in perfect working order.
Given the technical difficulties inherent in the Internet and the constraints specific to the maintenance of the Website, CROUZET cannot guarantee the User continuous access to the Website.
All costs relating to access to and use of the Website are exclusively borne by the User (Device and Internet access). The User is solely responsible for the proper functioning of his/her Device and for his/her access to the Internet.
The User is informed that the data on the Website is provided by CROUZET, for information purposes only.
The Website is reserved for the User’s private use; the User shall refrain from using the Website and its content for commercial, political and advertising purposes and for any form of commercial solicitation and in particular the sending of unsolicited emails.
The User of the Website is required, in the context of his/her use, to comply with the laws and regulations in force and to behave ethically.

For the proper management of the Website, CROUZET may at any time:

  • suspend, interrupt or restrict access to all or part of the Website, reserve access to the Website, or certain parts of the Website, to a specific category of Internet users;
  • remove any information that may disrupt its functioning or is in breach of national or international laws;
  • suspend the operation of the Website in order to carry out updates.

The Website is independent of any other website or Internet resources with which it is linked or connected by a hyperlink or technical process of the same nature.
The User who wishes to create a hyperlink to the Website and/or any page of the Website and/or a file, must first ensure that the context in which this hyperlink is integrated does not infringe the rights of third parties and/or the image of CROUZET.
CROUZET shall not be held liable for the hyperlinks put in place within the framework of this Website to other resources present on the Internet.
CROUZET has no control over the content of third-party websites. The existence of a hyperlink between the Website and a third party website does not mean that CROUZET must assume any guarantee and/or liability as to its content or the use that may be made of it.
Thus, CROUZET may not, under any circumstances, be held liable for:

  • the publications and content of the documents appearing on these websites;
  • the use of trademarks, logos and other distinctive signs of said websites reproduced after activating the hyperlink;
  • the integrity and completeness of the information provided by these other websites.

CROUZET asks the User to please inform it of any broken or erroneous hyperlink or which redirects it to content that seems inappropriate to him/her.

The Website and each of the elements comprising it with the exception of third-party trademarks that may be cited (and identified as such), and in particular the texts, articles, press releases, presentations, brochures, illustrations, photographs, computer programmes, video clips, animations, sounds, etc., are the exclusive intellectual property of CROUZET or its subsidiaries or may be freely used by the latter either because they are free of rights or because a licence has been granted to them.
Any reproduction, total or partial, of the Website or its content without the express prior authorisation of CROUZET or its subsidiaries is prohibited and may constitute an act of infringement sanctioned by Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.
No provision of the GTCU or browsing on the Website implies the transfer of property rights relating to the Website to any Users. The User is only authorised to show the Website on the screen of his/her Device and only to temporarily reproduce the files constituting it in the cache memory of this Device for the sole purpose of facilitating the viewing of the Website. In particular and subject to the provisions of the preceding paragraph, the User is not authorised to reproduce, show, modify, translate and/or adapt, partially or totally, for consideration or free of charge, the Website and/or each of the elements comprising it, to reproduce and/or show translations, adaptations and modifications, partially or totally, for consideration or free of charge, without the prior written consent of CROUZET or its subsidiaries.
In the event of failure to respond to a request of this type, the silence of CROUZET or its subsidiaries may not be considered as acceptance.
The fact that CROUZET or one of its subsidiaries does not initiate proceedings as soon as it becomes aware of these unauthorised uses shall not constitute acceptance of said uses and waiver of prosecution.
As an exception to the preceding paragraphs, CROUZET and its subsidiaries authorise the User to download on to the hard drive of his/her personal computer the various documents, which are the property of CROUZET or its subsidiaries, made available to the latter in the form of electronic files specifically for their downloading. These files can only be downloaded from hyperlinks reproducing the phrase “download this document here” or any other phrase indicating the permission given to the User to download these files.
In this case, and unless there is express provision to the contrary reproduced in each of the aforementioned documents, the User shall only be authorised to hold a copy of these documents and only to print these documents for strictly private use. In particular, he/she shall refrain from distributing these documents to third parties, on any medium whatsoever (paper and/or digital media) and in any way whatsoever (email, provision by dissemination on a tangible medium and/or recording on a server).
Any short quote must show the reference to the Website and CROUZET and, where applicable, the name of its author.
For any further questions or information, the User is invited to contact CROUZET’s webmaster at the following email address: webmaster@crouzet.com.

The privacy policy appended to these GTCU forms an integral part of these GTCU and describes the conditions under which CROUZET uses the User’s Personal Data.

For any question relating to these GTCU and, more generally, the use of the Website, the User may contact CROUZET by:

These GTCU are subject to French law. Any dispute arising from the interpretation, performance, non-performance, or follow-ups, or consequences of these GTCU or the use of the Website shall be brought before the competent French courts.