Data protection and cookie management

Personal data protection and cookie management charter

The present charter for the protection of personal data and the management of cookies details the policy of FUJI ELECTRIC FRANCE SAS with regard to the protection of privacy, the collection of personal data and cookies.
It applies to data collected on the website.

The purpose of this charter is to inform you :

FUJI ELECTRIC FRANCE undertakes to :

We inform you that we comply, in the collection and management of your personal data, with Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to information technology, files and freedoms, as amended and in its current version, as well as with the General Data Protection Regulation, adopted on April 27, 2016 by the European Parliament, and the laws and regulations deriving therefrom.

1 - Data protection policy

Definition and nature of personal data

The term "personal data" refers to all data that can be used to identify you directly or indirectly (by grouping together information), such as surnames, first names, pseudonym, date of birth, photograph, postal and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, occupation, educational background, diplomas, career path and professional experience, data relating to your transactions on the site, details of your purchases and subscriptions, bank details...

When you use our Website, and through it, we may collect personal data, which are communicated to us in the following context:

Account creation request form :

Quote request form :

After-sales service form :

Recruitment page :

Newsletter registration form :

Personal data management by FUJI ELECTRIC FRANCE SAS

Means of data collection

When you browse the website, and in order to provide you with the services it offers, we may need to collect personal data about you.
Before any personal data is collected, we ask for your consent by means of a form to be completed and a box to be ticked after having read this Data Protection Charter.

Purpose of data collection

Your personal data is collected for one or more of the following purposes:

We undertake to limit the collection of your data to that which is strictly necessary for the purposes of the processing envisaged, in order to be able to process your requests and offer you the services proposed on our website.

Data recipient

The personal data collected about you is intended for use by FUJI ELECTRIC FRANCE SAS.
In order to carry out the processing operations listed above, we may share your data, giving access to authorized personnel duly empowered for this purpose, namely our internal departments and our institutional and commercial partners:

Rights of access, rectification, deletion and opposition to processing

In accordance with the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, as well as the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation, adopted on April 27, 2016 by the European Parliament, you have the right to access, rectify, delete and object to the processing of your personal information. You also have the option of objecting to the processing for canvassing purposes, in particular commercial canvassing.
You may exercise your right to access and rectify your personal data by contacting :
46 rue Georges Besse - ZI du Brézet
63039 Clermont-Ferrand, cedex 2
or specifying "Data access and rectification rights" as the subject line
To do so, please send a letter or e-mail, signed by the person making the request and accompanied by proof of identity (national identity card or passport) bearing the signature of the person exercising his or her right.

Security and confidentiality of collected personal data

The security and confidentiality of the personal data you entrust to us is a priority for us. We take all necessary technical and organizational measures in view of the nature of the personal data you provide and the risks involved in processing them. This is to ensure the security of your personal data and, in particular, to prevent it from being distorted, destroyed, damaged or accessed by unauthorized third parties.
To this end, we have implemented technical measures such as :

and organizational measures such as :

The security and confidentiality of personal data also depend on the good practices of each individual. We invite you not to communicate your login and password to third parties, to systematically disconnect from your profile and your user account (particularly in the case of linked accounts), to close your browser window at the end of your session, particularly if you access the Internet from a computer shared with other people, and not to save your login and password in your browser. This will prevent other users from accessing your personal information.

2 - Cookie management policy

The term "cookies" covers all traces left behind when you visit a website, read an e-mail or use software or a mobile application. A cookie is a text file that the website you are visiting stores on your hard disk or in your browser's memory. A cookie enables your computer to store various technical data enabling general control of public access to our sites (number of visits, frequency of exposure to an advertising banner, connection to other sites, etc.) or personalization of the pages displayed with a view to your future interactions with this site.
When you browse our Site, information relating to your browsing is likely to be recorded in "Cookies" files installed on your computer or tablet or smartphone.
Cookies are important for the proper functioning of a site. Cookies are used to collect statistics in order to optimize the site's functionalities and offer you the possibility of sharing your experience on social networks.
When you visit our site for the first time, and cookies may be installed on your terminal, we inform you that cookies are being used by the site, by means of a window opening on the page you are visiting. Under the terms of this information, you can access the present Charter and accept or refuse cookies.
We draw your attention to the fact that by continuing to browse the Site when this window is displayed, you consent to the use of cookies on our Site. However, you may modify your cookie settings at any time, as described below.

The different types of cookies

1. Cookies issued by FUJI ELECTRIC FRANCE SAS on its Site:

These are cookies placed by FUJI ELECTRIC FRANCE SAS on your computer, tablet or smartphone, notably for the purposes of browsing our Site.
When you browse our Site, your computer communicates with a server which provides it with all the resources requested, automatically recording each operation in a specific file in which your computer is identified by its IP address. Your browser automatically transmits certain standard data to us: in addition to your IP address, this includes the type of browser you are using, its functionalities, your operating system, identification of any third-party sites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) from which you may have logged on, and the dates and times of access to our sites.

These data, and in particular your IP address, do not allow us to identify you by name.

The cookies we issue allow us to :

You are free to accept or refuse cookies. All you have to do is modify certain settings in your browser to refuse cookies, or to receive a warning when a cookie is being stored on your computer.
You can also delete cookies stored on your computer, thereby permanently deleting the information they contain.

2. Cookies issued on our Site by third parties:

The issue and use of cookies by third parties are subject to the privacy policies of these third parties.
We inform you of the purpose of the cookies of which we are aware and of the means available to you to make choices with regard to these cookies.

3. Share buttons (twitter, facebook, etc.)

You can inform yourself at any time and set your cookies to accept or reject them at Manage your cookie preferences. You can indicate your preference either globally for the site, or service by service.

4. Audience measurement cookies:

We use Google Analytics to collect information about your use of our Site, in order to:

Google Analytics collects information about the pages you visit and the time you spend there.
We do not collect your personal information.
We do not authorize the sharing or use of this data.
You can define in the settings not to send information to the Google Analytics service.
You can at any time inform yourself and set your cookies to accept or reject them at Manage your preferences on cookies.
You can indicate your preference either globally for the site, or service by service.

5. Cookie lifetime

In accordance with current regulations, the cookies collected on our website have a maximum lifetime of 13 months.

6. Manage cookie preferences

You can manage cookies in various ways. Your browser can also be set to notify you when cookies are placed on your computer, tablet or smartphone, and to ask you to accept them or not.
You can choose to accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis, or to refuse them systematically.
However, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that any settings you make are likely to modify your Internet browsing experience, and your conditions of access to certain services may require the use of cookies.
Setting cookies may therefore block your access to certain site functions.
You can choose to modify your cookie settings at any time by following the procedure described below.
The configuration of each browser is different.
It is described in your browser's help menu, which will tell you how to modify your cookie settings.

You can disable cookies by following the instructions below:

3 - Updating the charter

We reserve the right to modify the present Charter at any time, in whole or in part, to take account of changes and developments in our internal practices and procedures.
These will always ensure compliance with any changes in French and European legislative and regulatory provisions.
We invite you to consult this Charter regularly, before any collection of your data, for a better knowledge and understanding of the use of your personal data.
We may ask you, at regular intervals, to validate your knowledge of the present Charter.

Last update of this Charter: February 27, 2023