Artori commits to protect your personal data. To fulfil this commitment, Artori acts in accordance with the legislation that is in force in Belgium and Europe regarding the data protection during the collection and processing of your data. Your personal data were already subject to the Belgian Law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy. From now on it is also protected in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, or GDPR.


This privacy policy applies to all our current, potential and former customers/suppliers. This privacy policy is also applicable when you visit our website.


Artori BV, Oosthoek 8, B-8570 Anzegem, with enterprise number 0643.857.987, hereafter referred to as Artori, falls under the GDPR as controller.


We collect your contact details such as your name, first name, company name, company address, company website, function, telephone number (work), fax number (work), mobile phone (work, private), e-mail address (work, private). For professional customers, suppliers or companies with whom we (can) start a cooperation we also keep, in addition to the data mentioned before, the company records such as the VAT number or enterprise number.


First, these data are used to be able to correctly take care of the (current, potential, former) agreement that you conclude with us. That way, we can for instance forward a digital order form, order confirmation or invoice or send a delivery to the correct address.

Second, these data are used to provide you with our newsletter. For this we have received your explicit approval (opt-in). If you do not wish to receive our newsletter, you can at any time, without motivation, sign out (opt-out).


6.1. With respect to its customers, suppliers and subcontractors Artori draws on a (potential) cooperation.
6.2. For the provision of newsletters Artori draws on the unambiguous consent of the party concerned.


7.1. We may disclose your personal data to any employees, insurers, professional advisers, agents suppliers or subcontractors insofar as it is reasonably necessary for the purposes set out in this policy.
7.2. We may disclose your personal data:
7.2.1. To the extent that we are required to do so by law or judicial order.
7.2.2. In order to establish or defend legal rights (including providing information to others for the purposes of fraud prevention and reducing credit risk).
7.3. Except as provided in this policy, we will not provide your personal data to third parties.
7.4. The processing of personal data occurs within the European Economic Area.


8.1. For personal data that are required for the execution of a (potential) agreement Artori wields a retention period of 3 years after the conclusion of the agreement.
8.2. Notwithstanding the other provisions of this clause, we will retain documents (including electronic documents) containing personal data:
8.2.1. To the extent that we are required to do so by law.
8.2.2. If we believe that the documents may be relevant to any ongoing or prospective legal proceedings.
8.2.3. In order to establish, exercise or defend our legal rights (including providing information to others for the purposes of fraud prevention and reducing credit risk).
8.3. We will take reasonable technical and organisational precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal data by storing them in our secured server. Taking into account the state of the technology, the implementation costs and the processing purposes and the probability and severity of an infringement, Artori shall at all times take appropriate technological and organisational measures to guarantee a risk-based security level.


9.1. If you would like to access your personal data you can contact us by letter or e-mail free of charge. Your request can be addressed to: Artori BV, Oosthoek 8, B-8570 Anzegem or via Since we want to be certain that we entrust the personal data to the correct person we ask you to make available: a copy of a valid passport, driving licence or identity document with a crossed-out passport photo. Please indicate that it involves a copy, date the document and cross out the national registry number, or only send a copy of the front side of the identity card (without national registry number). If required you can also request to edit the data that might be incorrect, incomplete or impertinent.
9.2. You may instruct us at any time not to process your personal data to send newsletters. In practice, we provide you with an opportunity to opt out.
9.3. Should you have other questions of complaints concerning privacy and data protection, you can also contact the aforementioned address or e-mail address.


10.1. What are Cookies?
Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer when you visit web pages. They contain information, linked to a web browser and the specific website. Cookies consist of two components: the name and the content. They are stored in a specific folder on your hard drive and provided with a unique ID and maturity.

10.2. Which cookies exist?
Cookies can be subdivided according to their origin, their function and their life span.

First-party cookies are cookies that are placed by a website that is visited at that moment by a user (e.g. cookies placed by

Third-party cookies are cookies that are placed by a domain name other than that of the website that is visited by the user. If a user visits a website and a third-party places a cookie via that website, then this is a third-party cookie (e.g. cookies placed by Google, Twitter and Facebook).

Functional cookies are cookies that ensure that the website functions properly (e.g. cookies for log-in or registration, language preferences, shopping cart). Logically, functional cookies are first-party cookies.

Non-functional cookies are cookies that can be placed for statistical, social, targeting and commercial purposes. They have nothing to do with merely technical support of the website. Cookies with statistical purposes allow to check which pages of the website you visit, where your computer is localised etc.  Cookies with social purposes make it possible for the user to directly share the content of the visited website with others through social media. Cookies with targeting purposes allow that a profile is built based on your surfing behaviour so that the advertisements displayed are tailored to your interests. Cookies with commercial purposes keep track how many and which advertisements are shown to a user. Non-functional cookies can be first-party or third-party cookies.

Permanent cookies: These cookies remain on the device of the user for the duration determined within the cookie. They are activated every time the user visits the website that has placed this cookie (e.g. cookies placed by social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Analytics etc.). Most non-functional cookies are permanent cookies.

Session cookies: These cookies allow to simplify and link the actions of a user during a browser session. A browser sessions starts when a user opens the browser window and ends when they close the browser window. Session cookies are placed temporarily.  As soon as you close the browser, all session cookies are removed. Most functional cookies are session cookies.

10.3. Which cookies do we use?

Name cookie

Type cookie (functional, non-functional)

Retention period

Data that are collected and purposes



During session

Standard PHP session cookie


Non-functional (tracking)

26 months

Google Analytics: recognises user. Keeps simple and depersonalised data concerning your visit.


Non-functional (tracking)

26 months

Google Analytics: recognises user. Keeps simple and depersonalised data concerning your visit.


Non-functional (tracking)

26 months

Google Analytics: recognises user. Keeps simple and depersonalised data concerning your visit.




Recognises the language of the user.

10.4. How to manage cookies?
You can at any time through the settings of your browser (usually under “Help” or “Internet options”) deactivate all installed cookies or remove them from your computer or mobile device. Each type of browser has its own settings to manage cookies.

If you wish to remove cookies, we refer to the instructions included in your web browser
Internet Explorer :
Firefox :
Safari :

If you deactivate cookies, you should be aware that certain graphical designs possibly will not be displayed correctly or that you will have no access to certain parts of the website.


Should you not be helped, nevertheless, and wish to file a complaint, you can do this to the authority for Belgium: Data Protection Authority, Drukpersstraat 25, B-1000 Brussels, Tel +32 2 274 48 00 or


It goes without saying that the processing of personal data can evolve through time as a consequence of amended legislation, technical progress, … .
Artori reserves the right to amend the Privacy & Cookie Statement at all times. We therefore invite you to always consult the latest version of this policy on our website ( Naturally we inform you in advance through our website or other commonplace communication channels of any substantive amendment and when required by law we ask your prior consent for our (new) processing activities.

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