Legal notice

Thank you for visiting Please find below our policy, in particular concerning personal data processing. By visiting this website, you agree with terms and conditions mentioned below.

Note that this English-language version is a translation of the original legal French notice. In case there is a conflict of interpretation, reference must be made to the French version, which governs.

1. Publisher of the Site

This institutional site (“the Site”), accessible at the address, is to provide information on ALTEO Entities.

The “ALTEO Entities” or “ALTEO” refers to the group composed of different companies that are connected to it, which Alteo Holding directly or indirectly effectively controls and which are hereinafter called the ALTEO Entities.

This Site is published by ALTEO Holding.
Headquarters: Route de Biver – 13120 Gardanne – FRANCE.

RCS: AIX 751 544 107

Publication Manager: Amélie Ranger, Marketing and Communication Manager

2. Host of the site:


2 rue Kellermann

BP 80157

59100 Roubaix

Tel : +33 (0)9 72 10 10 07/p>3. Responsibility

Alteo Holding, owner of this Site, will on an ongoing basis use its best efforts to ensure the availability of the Site and the reliability of all the information provided at the time it is put on line.

All products, processes and programs presented on this Site are not necessarily available in all countries. Consequently, the user of this website agrees to exercise his own responsibility when using this information.

Alteo Holding reserves the right to modify or rectify the content of the information and documents published on this Site at any time, without notice.

Alteo Holding (as well as any other Alteo Entity) may not be held responsible for errors or omissions in the information disseminated or technical problems encountered on the Site and on all the other sites to which it establishes links, or any interpretation of the information published on these sites, or the consequences of their use.

More generally, Alteo Holding (as well as any other Alteo Entity) accepts no responsibility for any damage, direct or indirect, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequence, caused by the access by anyone to the Site or the impossibility of accessing it, as well as the use of the Site.

4. Intellectual property

This Site is the property of Alteo Holding. Unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property rights to the elements available on the Site (notably, the texts, photographs, pictures, icons, maps, sound recordings, videos, software, database, data are also protected by intellectual and industrial property law – this list is not exhaustive) are the sole property of Alteo Holding and/or the Alteo Entities, who grant no license or right other than that of consulting the Site.

Consequently, the reproduction in whole or in part, by any means, of any document published on the Site, in particular texts and pictures, is expressively prohibited.

Any reproduction, adaptation, modification, distribution or use, notably for commercial purposes of any of these elements, may lead to appropriate action being taken, particularly action against counterfeiting. Any links leading to this Site is also prohibited without prior and written authorization from Alteo Holding.

5. Confidentiality and use of cookies 

Your confidentiality and the protection of your personal data are of great importance to us. In accordance with the new European regulation on data protection (GDPR – EU Regulation 2016/679), this Legal Notice on confidentiality and the use of cookies, informs you of the data which we collect about you, why we collect such data and how we protect it. We will also set out your rights and how to exercise them if necessary, for example by contacting our teams at

The treatment resulting from the data collection on the Site is declared at the C.N.I.L. (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés), the French data protection authority, under number 1664162.

What data do we collect?

Information that you provide when you contact us:

• Your name and surname

• The name of your company

• Your details (such as your email address and your country)

• The text or documents that you provide when using the contact form (message, covering letter, CV, catalogue, other…)

Information that is automatically collected:

• Your IP address

• The various information entered on the site

• The analysis of the viewed pages

Information that you provide when you write a message or contact our services:

You are likely to provide personal information when you contact our services.

You may choose not to provide personal information. If so, you may not be able to use certain functions on our website or use our services correctly. Similarly, if you do not let us install cookies on your device, you will only have access to a limited number of functions on our website (you will find further information on cookies below).

What is this data used for

We use the information gathered about you for the following purposes:

• To meet your requests and provide the relevant service;

• To maintain, improve and run our website;

• To obtain a better understanding of the way in which our visitors use our website and find out how effective your browsing is.

In particular, the data relating to “candidates” allow us to:

• Contact you following your application

• Assess your profile

Who will have access to my data?

We limit access to your data to employees who need to use it. They are under an obligation to protect it and to keep it confidential.

It is also possible that we may transfer information that we collect to other entities (such as a communications agency) responsible for processing this information. These entities help us, for example, with the following duties:

• Hosting our internet site

• Marketing and analysis

• Customer service

• Fraud detection 

We may also share your data, subject to and in accordance with the law, for the purpose of cooperating with investigations into activities that are declared illegal, in pursuance of our Legal Notice, or in order to protect our property or that of a third party.

How long will we keep your personal data for?

Your personal data will only be used as set out above and will under no circumstances be used for commercial purposes. Furthermore, it will automatically be deleted from our databases after one year

What are your rights to have access to your personal data and to control its use? 

You have the right

• to have access to your personal information;

• to ask for a copy of the personal information which we have processed;

• to demand the rectification of your personal information;

• to demand that your personal information be deleted (or amended so that you are no longer identifiable) or that the ways in which we may use your personal information be limited, in both cases, only in the specific circumstances prescribed by law;

How can you exercise these rights?

In order to exercise any of the rights listed above, you may contact our Marketing service at:

You may also make a request in writing to ALTEO Holding – Amélie RANGER – Route de Biver – 13120 Gardanne – FRANCE. Please indicate your name, email address, postal address and telephone number, as well as your exact request.

How do we protect your personal information?

We have a secure interface through HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure) to help us keep your personal information confidential and safe.

Your data is stored and kept safe in our internal database.

What are cookies and why do we use them on our website?

Cookies are small data files that often contain a single identifier. They allow us to track your browsing activity in order to produce statistics that will improve our site. They are sent to and stored on your device when you visit certain web pages. Cookies are useful as they allow the website to recognise the user’s device and needs. As with most websites, our site uses cookies that enable you to browse effectively between pages, remember your preferences and, generally speaking, improve your experience on our site.

By accepting cookies on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone (“device”) you will enjoy browsing our site and better satisfy your requirements.

If you do not accept the cookies, some of our site’s functions will not work. However, if you prefer to control or delete our website’s cookies, please refer to the section below on managing cookies.

Our website uses the following cookies:

Cookies that are strictly necessary

These cookies provide the services that you expressly requested on our website, and they are essential to enable you to browse our site and use its functions.

Performance cookies

These cookies gather anonymous information on the pages that have been visited. This information reflects the way in which visitors use the website, such as which pages are most visited or generate error messages.

The information transferred by cookies are not used for individual or commercial purposes.

How to choose which cookies are installed on your device?

Using cookies enables you to enjoy certain of our site’s essential functions, and we recommend that you do not disable them. Please note that if you disable or delete certain cookies, our site will not function properly.

The help menu on the menu bar of most browsers indicates how to enable cookies or prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to instruct your browser to alert you if you receive a new cookie and how to disable all cookies. You can also disable or delete similar data used by your browser’s additional features.

Amendments to this Policy governing confidentiality and the use of cookies:

We may amend this Policy on confidentiality and the use of cookies if necessary, and we will publish the amended version as the case may be. We reserve the right to amend this policy at any time by adapting it to new regulations. Please therefore check our policy regularly.

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