This website and its content are owned entirely by ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV. Visitors who access and use the website expressly accept to be bound by the following terms and conditions that shall constitute a unilateral contract. Visitors who decline to accept the terms and conditions must leave the website immediately and will instantly forfeit all and any claims arising from their visit. ‘Visitor’ means any person who directly or indirectly uses or wishes to use the website and its content.
All texts and images on the website are protected by copyright laws in favour of ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV and must not be reproduced or copied under any circumstances. ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV is not responsible for the texts or images and declines any and all liability for any damage arising from their content, interpretation or usage. Texts on the website can never give rise directly or indirectly to any kinds of rights on the part of visitors or other third parties. In the unlikely event of any commitments arising on the part of ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV, its bodies or its employees, they shall be merely of a best-efforts nature and any resulting damage shall be limited to the insured amount to the exclusion of any consequential damage. ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV has the right to adapt, change or remove the website texts and images at any time it sees fit. The texts provide only general information and cannot be construed in any way as recommendations for particular situations. Any e-mails sent via the website will not be secure and will not be confidential. Visitors who observe inaccuracies in the information provided on the website should contact the website manager in writing within 48 hours.
Nobody can hold ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV directly or indirectly liable for any damage purportedly caused by use of this website or another website reached via links or hyperlinks. As a rule ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV is not responsible for the content of other websites even if there is a link or a hyperlink. Visitors waive any and all claims concerning direct or indirect damage including consequential damage.
ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV attaches importance to privacy. Any personal information requested from a visitor will be used solely for customer management purposes. Users may make known their objections to use of their data for direct marketing purposes at any time and at no cost. A visitor who wishes to object must contact ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV at the cited contact address. Under the Data Protection Act of 8 December 1992, any visitor has a legal right to inspect his or her personal data and, if applicable, to require correction. A visitor may send to ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV at the cited contact address a written, dated and signed request accompanied by means of identification (i.e. a copy of the person’s identity card) to obtain a written statement of such personal data and may require its rectification where applicable.
With a view to continuous enhancement of our website for visitors, ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV may gather anonymised or aggregated non-personal data such as the visitor’s browser type, IP address or operating system or the domain name of the website via which he or she entered or exited our website.
Cookies may be placed on the hard drive of the visitor’s computer during visits to our website but solely for the purpose of better meeting the needs of returning visitors. The cookies will not be used to track the visitor’s surfing behaviour on other websites. The visitor can disable cookies on his or her Internet browser at any time and will receive notification prior to the setting of a cookie and whenever cookies are subsequently removed from the hard drive.
Traffic data based on cookies will be processed solely by persons working under the authority of ROSANTRA TRANSPORT NV for traffic management purposes or when dealing with requests for information from customers and such processing will always be confined to what is necessary to perform those activities. Deletion of this data may be requested at any time.
Any provision of this legal notice that conflicts with mandatory law or is held to be null and void shall leave the other provisions intact.
This website is governed by the laws of Belgium. Any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in the district.
European legislation covering cookies is laid down in Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002 concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (Directive on privacy and electronic communications), as amended by Directive 2009/136/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2009.
Article 6 of this directive provides:
“Traffic data relating to subscribers and users processed and stored by the provider of a public communications network or publicly available electronic communications service must be erased or made anonymous when it is no longer needed for the purpose of the transmission of a communication without prejudice to paragraphs 2, 3 and 5 of this Article and Article 15(1).
Traffic data necessary for the purposes of subscriber billing and interconnection payments may be processed. Such processing is permissible only up to the end of the period during which the bill may lawfully be challenged or payment pursued.
For the purpose of marketing electronic communications services or for the provision of value added services, the provider of a publicly available electronic communications service may process the data referred to in paragraph 1 to the extent and for the duration necessary for such services or marketing, if the subscriber or user to whom the data relate has given his or her prior consent. Users or subscribers shall be given the possibility to withdraw their consent for the processing of traffic data at any time.
The service provider must inform the subscriber or user of the types of traffic data which are processed and of the duration of such processing for the purposes mentioned in paragraph 2 and, prior to obtaining consent, for the purposes mentioned in paragraph 3.
Processing of traffic data, in accordance with paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4, must be restricted to persons acting under the authority of providers of the public communications networks and publicly available electronic communications services handling billing or traffic management, customer enquiries, fraud detection, marketing electronic communications services or providing a value added service, and must be restricted to what is necessary for the purposes of such activities.
Paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 5 shall apply without prejudice to the possibility for competent bodies to be informed of traffic data in
conformity with applicable legislation with a view to settling disputes, in particular interconnection or billing disputes.”