The present website available at is edited by SERMA Group.

SERMA Group, a limited liability company with a board of directors and capital of €2,301,072.00, registered with the trade and companies registry of BORDEAUX under number B 380 712 828, with headquarters located at 14, rue Galilée – 33 615 Pessac, FRANCE.

Le site accessible à l’adresse est hébergé par la SAS OVH, située au 2, rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix.

Website content
The website content, its overall structure, texts, images – both animated and inanimate – and the sounds which comprise the Website are the sole property of SERMA Group SA. Any unauthorised reproduction or distribution of all or part of the content and information contained in this website is prohibited. The content is available for private, non-collective use. Given that the Intellectual property code only authorises, under the provisions of article L. 122-5. para. 2 and 3, on the one hand, “copies or reproductions strictly reserved for the private use of the copier and not intended for collective use” and, on the other hand, the use of analyses and short quotations for the purposes of example or in order to illustrate a point, “Any representation or reproduction in whole or in part without the consent of the author or their rights holders or assignees is unlawful” (art. L. 122-4). Such representation or reproduction, using any process whatsoever, would therefore constitute an act of counterfeiting punishable by articles L. 335-2 and subsequent of the Intellectual property code. The editor of the website reserves the right to modify the present legal information at any time.

Terms and conditions of use of website content
By logging onto the website, users agree to accept a licensing agreement from SERMA Group SA for the Website Content. Such agreement is strictly limited to the following conditions: The present licence is granted on a non-exclusive, non-transferable basis. The licensing agreement only covers the right to consult the website and its content. The licensing agreement granted to the user is personal: in other words, any reproduction of the website content on any media for collective or professional use, even internal use within the company, is prohibited. The same restriction applies to any dissemination of said content by electronic means, including the company intranet or extranet websites. This licensing agreement only covers the right to reproduce and store content for the purpose of display on a single workstation screen or reproduction in a single copy, as a backup or paper copy. All other usages are subject to the prior express authorisation of SERMA Group. Any breach of these provisions will expose the perpetrator and all other liable persons to the criminal and civil sanctions stipulated in French law.

Any use, of any type whatsoever, of the brand names and logos of this website is prohibited without the authorisation of SERMA Group. Data Protection (CNIL) Users’ attention is drawn to the fact that, in accordance with article 32 of the Data Protection Act dated 6 January 1978, amended, the information they provide via the forms included on the Website is required in order to reply to their request and is intended for the services in charge of replying to their request for the purpose of following up said request. In accordance with the provisions of articles 39 and 40 of the Data Protection Act dated 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, users have the right to consult, rectify, update and remove any information about themselves. They can exercise this right be contacting: The email address, specifying “Individual rights” in the subject line and attaching a copy of their proof of identity. In accordance with the provisions of article 38 of the Data Protection Act dated 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, users also have the right to oppose – if they can provide a justified reason – the processing of said data, and, for any reason and at no expense, the use of said data for trade promotion purposes.

Hypertext links
The company SERMA Group cannot be held liable for the hypertext links included on the present website that redirect users to other resources on the Internet. Likewise, all hypertext links directing users to this website are subject to prior authorisation. For all information, or to request the reproduction of any content featured on the website site (texts, graphics, illustrations), on any media, or to request authorisation to include a hyperlink, users are invited to submit their request by email to

Users are informed that when they visit the Website, a cookie may be created automatically on their web browser. Cookies are small files, usually containing letters and figures, sent by the internet server to the browser’s cookie file located on your computer’s hard drive. The web browser configuration provides you with notification that cookies are present and gives you the option of rejecting them. Users have the right to consult, remove and modify the personal data gathered and sent via cookies, as per the conditions described on the CNIL’s website. Users of the Website are obliged to comply with the provisions of the Data Protection Act dated 6 January 1978, amended. Any breach of said law constitutes a criminal offence. In particular, as regards any personal information to which they have access, they must refrain from gathering or misusing such information and, in general, refrain from committing any act which may be considered a violation of a person’s privacy or reputation.

Use of information
Despite the efforts made with regard to data processing, SERMA Group will not be liable for any errors or omissions involving the information disseminated on this website. SERMA Group cannot be held liable for the interpretation of the information contained on this website or for the consequences resulting from its use.

Respect for privacy
SERMA Group and its subsidiaries respect your privacy and undertake to do their utmost to ensure that the data collected from are processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act. The present declaration is intended to inform you about our policy and practices with regard to respect for privacy, as well as the choices that you can make regarding the way in which your contact details are collected online and how they are used.

Applicable law
The website and our professional activities are governed by French law. In the event of a dispute arising from your use of our websites, only the French courts of law will have authority.