The www.junoreeds.com website is the property of Vandoren :
• with a registered capital of 1,696,000 euros
• registered on the Trade and Companies’ Register of Toulon, under the number B 314 978 750
The company’s head office is located at :
664, route de Bénat
83230 Bormes-les-Mimosas – FRANCE
Tel. : 33 (0)4 94 01 56 00
e-mail : Contact Form
The Publishing Director of the junoreeds.com website is Emmanuel Tonnelier.
The www.junoreeds.com website has been designed by Vandoren.
The www.junoreeds.com website operates from a server platform provided by OVH – 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
General conditions of utilisation
The user acknowledges that he read the present notice and undertake to respect it.
Vandoren retains the right to modify the present notice at any time.
The user therefore undertakes to consult it regularly.
In the event the user is accessing the junoreeds.com site from a State other than France, the user undertakes to respect that State’s legislation.
Information technology and liberties
In keeping with the clauses of amended Act n°78-17 of 6 January 1978 relative to information technology, files and freedom, the computerised processing of personal data of the junoreeds.com site received a favourable notice from the French National Commission for Information Technology and Liberties (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés – CNIL):
junoreeds.com : Notice N° 1114059 dated 22 July 2005.
The personal data gathered on the www.junoreeds.com website are exclusively for Vandoren’s internal use. The data collected in this way will not be transferred, exchanged or rented. If the user were not to provide this information, Vandoren would be unable to process the corresponding files.
In accordance with the aforementioned Act, the user is entitled to access, amend and delete data concerning him or her by:
• sending an e-mail directly to the site Webmaster
• writing to :
56, rue Lepic
75018 Paris – FRANCE
Should the user fail to respect the provisions of the aforementioned law, he or she is liable to be penalised. The user must abstain, in particular, in the case of personal data, to which he or she has access, from any collection, misappropriate use and, generally speaking, from any action likely to interfere with the private lives or reputation of people.