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59290 Wasquehal
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Fax : +33 (0) 3 62 21 14 01

Limited liability company with a capital of  € 300,000.00 — Siret 414 678 672 00034 – RCS Lille B 414 678 672 – APE 6202A

Respect the privacy and personal data:
Data are collected for the sole purpose of establishing a commercial and professional relationship with the customers.
Personal data are kept by DOXENSE for a reasonable period of time.
If the person does not provide all information requested on a mandatory basis in the site forms (* Required fields), he cannot validate the form and therefore cannot make contact with DOXENSE.

Access and corrections provided for in Article 34 and according to of the aforementioned Act, can be performed by mail to: DOXENSE – 47 avenue de Flandre – 59290 Wasquehal

This entire site is covered by French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property. All reproduction rights are reserved, including iconographic and photographic representations. The reproduction of all or part of this site on any media is strictly prohibited, unless expressly authorised by the publication director.

Photo credits:

The pictures used in this website are protected by copyright. They cannot be used or reproduced without DOXENSE written permission.

Notice on security :

In order to ensure its security and guarantee access to all, this Website employs software programs to monitor the flows on the site, to identify unauthorised connection or information change attempts, or any other initiative that may cause other damage. Unauthorised attempts to upload or download information, or modify the information to cause damage and generally harm the availability and integrity of this site is strictly prohibited and will be punished by the Penal Code. Also Article 323-1 of the Penal Code stipulates that the fact of fraudulently accessing or remaining in all or part of an automated data processing system (this is the case of a Website) is punishable by imprisonment for two years and a fine of € 30,000. Article 323-3 of the same Code stipulates that the fact of fraudulently introducing data into an automated processing system or fraudulently removing or modifying data contained within is punishable by imprisonment for five years and a fine of € 75,000.


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