This disclaimer describes the privacy terms and conditions for users of the internet services that belong to Dovre.
Privacy terms and conditions
This website is the property of Dovre NV (that has its registered office on Nijverheidsstraat 18, 2381 Weelde, Belgium).
By accessing and using the website you are declaring that you expressly agree with the applicable terms and conditions as specified below.
Intellectual property rights
The contents of the Dovre websites including the brands, logos, drawings, data and product and business names, texts, images, etc. are the property of Dovre or the rightful third parties.
Should there be any contention with regard to this, please use the site information below to submit a complaint in writing, which will, subsequently, be handled with the highest priority.
The information (texts, images and links) on this website are provided solely for information purposes. We make every effort possible to guarantee the correctness of this information, but cannot be held liable for losses that occur as a result of incorrect or incomplete information. In addition, we reserve the right to make changes/corrections or to delete information at any time.
In accordance with the privacy legislation (the Personal Data (Processing) Act
of 08/12/1992), Dovre commits to not keep or use any personal data for commercial purposes.
This data is used anonymously and cannot be linked to one unequivocal person in any way.
Data that is entered by the visitor himself or herself is not used for commercial purposes and will not be passed on to third parties. It should be noted that Dovre can use and process entered data without notification.
You can find more information about this in our Cookie statement.
Links to other websites
Dovre cannot be held liable for the contents of websites when the administrator has defined a link from the Dovre website. The visitor should be aware that the privacy of other websites may be different from that of Dovre. A link cannot be viewed as an explicit approval of the contents of this website and, therefore, the correctness cannot be guaranteed on a permanent basis.
Sending a request to Dovre
In accordance with privacy legislation (the Personal Data (Processing) Act
of 08/12/1992), the user has a statutory right to examine and possibly correct his or her personal data. You can submit a request in writing that is dated and signed to have this data deleted or changed provided that you send us proof of your identity (copy of your identity card). Please send the request to the following address:
We commit to respond to your request within 5 working days.