Article 1: object
These Terms or General Conditions of Use legally frame the use of the services provided by the Nidec Leroy-Somer website (hereinafter referred to as "the Website"). Any physical person accessing the site and any physical or legal person using a program to access the site is referred to as a User.
Access to the site signifies acceptance of these T & Cs.
Article 2: Access to the site
The Website provides free access to the following services:
The Website is accessible free of charge by any User with Internet access. All costs necessary for access to services (computer equipment, Internet connection, etc.) are the responsibility of the User.
Access to services dedicated to members is carried out using a username and password.
For maintenance or other reasons, access to the Website may be interrupted or suspended by the publisher without notice or justification.
Article 3: Data collection
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (known as the GDPR) as well as Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, the collection and processing of personal information are carried out in accordance with privacy protection rules.
Under the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 (articles 105 and 106), the User has the right to interrogate, access, rectify and oppose all personal data. This right is exercised by email to: InformatiqueetLibertes.IALS@mail.nidec.com, or by mail to Moteurs Leroy-Somer, to the Data Protection Officer, 2 Boulevard Marcellin Leroy 16000 Angoulême, accompanied by a copy of an identity document.
For more information, see our Privacy Charter.
Article 4: Intellectual property
The brands, logos and content of the Nidec Leroy-Somer site (graphic illustrations, texts, etc.) are protected by the Intellectual Property Code and by copyright.
Reproduction and copying of content by the User requires prior authorization from the Website owner.
Article 5: Liability
Although the information published on the Website is deemed reliable, the site reserves the right to not guarantee the reliability of the sources.
The information published on the Nidec Leroy-Somer Website is presented for informational purposes only and has no contractual value. Despite regular updates, the site cannot be held liable in the event of changes to the administrative and legal provisions appearing after publication. The same applies to the use and interpretation of the information communicated on the platform.
The Website declines all responsibility for any viruses that may infect the user's computer equipment after use or access to this site.
The site cannot be held responsible in the event of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable fact of a third party.
The total guarantee of data security and confidentiality is not guaranteed by the Website. However, the Website owner is committed to implementing all required actions to achieve the best possible protection.
Article 6: Hypertext links
The Website may contain hypertext links. By clicking on these, the User can be redirected outside the platform. The latter does not control and cannot be held responsible for the content of web pages accessible from these links.
Article 7: Cookies
During visits to the Website, the automatic installation of a cookie on the User's navigation software may occur.
Cookies are files temporarily stored in the physical memory of the User's device. These cookies are necessary to ensure accessibility and navigation on the site. These files do not contain personal information and cannot be used for the identification of a person.
The information present in cookies is used to improve browsing performance on the Nidec Leroy-Somer site, in particular to memorize language preferences.
By browsing the site, the User accepts cookies. Their deactivation can be done via the settings of the navigation software. For more information, see the Cookies page.
Article 8: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction
These conditions are subject to French law. The absence of an amicable agreement of cases of dispute between the parties implies recourse to the competent French courts to settle the dispute.