The Geodis company and its branches (the “GEODIS Group”) commit to take all the necessary measures to respect your privacy and protect data you are communicating, in order to keep them confidential.
You will find below the presentation of the rules applicable to the processing of personal data on the www.geodis.com website (hereinafter referred to as the "Site") in order to inform you better about the personal data that we collect from you when you are browsing the Site, about how we use it, communicate it and protect it, and finally how you can control the use and disclosure of such data.
In some of the sections, such as the "Contact Form" or "Careers", you may be asked to provide us with personal data ("Personal Data"). Depending on the section, some of the information requested will be required and some will be optional.
Thus, if you write to us through the "Contact Form", your contact details and the subject of your message and other submitted information will be treated to meet your requests and provide for their follow up. Similarly, if you file an application on the Site, the information related to your contact details, your training and your CV will be processed so that the recruitment process can be managed.
Sharing and transferring the Personal Data
The Personal Data that you may be led to communicate to us online are destined solely for use by persons authorized by the GEODIS Group, and will not be communicated to third parties.
However, we could be under obligation of communicating them to public authorities in order to comply with applicable laws and regulations.
The GEODIS Group operates worldwide. Your personal data could thus be sent for storage in countries in which the GEODIS Group operates, including countries whose legislation on the protection of personal data is different from that of the European Union, which you accept. The GEODIS Group agrees that these transfers shall occur in compliance with European regulations on the protection of personal data and in secure conditions to ensure the protection of your personal data.
Rights of persons
Lastly, in accordance with the French Data Protection Act, the GEODIS Group reminds all users of the Site that they are entitled to access information concerning them and request its modification, rectification or deletion at the following address:
Direction de la Communication de GEODIS
26 quai Michelet, 92300 LEVALLOIS-PERRET
What is a cookie ?
Cookies are small text files containing letters and digits that are placed on your computer or access device. Cookies are stored when you visit a site which uses them, and can be used to track the pages that you visit on the site, allow you to resume navigation of the site on the page on which you last left it, or recall your preferences, including language preferences.
What are the cookies used for ?
The GEODIS Group keeps the cookies on your hard disk, including in particular information related to your navigation through the Site and to your preferences. Cookies are very important to help us provide online services that are easier to use, to monitor the use of our site and to improve the services that we offer you.
How to oppose the installation of cookies ?
In order to be able to browse the Site and use optimally the services of the GEODIS Group, you need to accept the installation of cookies on your computer. If you are opposed to the recording of cookies on your computer, you can set your browser so that it refuses some cookies or prohibits any deposit of cookies. However, if you choose to reject all cookies, your browsing of the Site will be reduced and access to some functions of the GEODIS Group services shall be limited.
Here are some examples showing how to set your browsers:
- In Internet Explorer: Select Internet Options from the Tools menu. Click on Privacy and select Block all Cookies. Validate by clicking OK.
- In Google Chrome: Select Settings. At the bottom of the page, click on Show Advanced Settings. In the "Privacy" section, click on Content settings and select Block all sites from storing information. Click OK to record.
- In Firefox: Select Options from the Tools menu. Select the Privacy panel. In the History area, concerning the Storage rules option, select Use custom settings for history. Then set "Accept third-party cookies" to never. Click OK to close the "Options" window.
Anonymized data will be compiled and processed for analysis through services provided by LeadingReports GmbH (leadingreports.de) to progressively improve our website and our products. This is done by using cookies or local- and session-storage.
By means of the analysis of this gathered information it is possible for GEODIS to visualize the user behavior on the pages of GEODIS. This visualization is focused particularly on analyzing different fields of interest by evaluating the usage of the respective GEODIS webpages and the geographic origin of users.
This compiled data will be processed and provided exclusively to GEODIS and will not be passed to third parties beyond GEODIS. Likewise this data will never be used for other purposes or even be sold.
The servers used to analyze this data are operating exclusively in sovereign territory of the Federal Republic of Germany. The delivery of the services of LeadingReports GmbH for GEODIS underlie the german and european data privacy laws and their internationally accredited high standards.
If you do not agree with the analysis of your anonymized data, click on the following link to object to the use of your data. Keep in mind that this objection will be saved using cookies or local-storage-entries to prevent the analysis of your userdata. If you delete your browser-cookies or use another browser for your next visit, this link has to be clicked again to prevent the usage of your data. As far as IP-addresses are gathered, those will be anonymized immediately after collection by deleting the last block of digits. A permanent denial of gathering and saving data by LeadingReports GmbH can be achieved at io.leadingreports.de/exclude-ip
By navigating through the Site, the user agrees to comply with the provisions of French law. In case of disputes, the parties may submit their dispute to mediation or another alternative mean of dispute resolution. If no alternative procedure takes place, the user will have the option to bring the matter before the court of their place of residence.