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Welcome to the website www.cnrnco.com (hereinafter referred to as “the site”).

In accordance with the law, we invite you to read the present conditions of use (hereinafter referred to as the “conditions”), as well as any other specific condition featuring on the pages of the Site, regulating your utilisation of the site www.cnrnco.com.

These conditions concern your legal rights and responsibilities applicable immediately you use this site.

This site is made available to you free of charge (excluding the cost of connection) for your personal use, provided you conform to the conditions stipulated below.

By accessing this site, visiting and/or using it, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and accept to be bound by said conditions, and that you undertake to comply with all the applicable laws and regulations. If you do not accept these conditions, please do not use this internet site.

You undertake to access all the information featured on this site only for your personal and non-commercial use.

You may only utilise this site for legitimate purposes; no utilisation or misutilisation is allowed in particular for purposes contravening public order and accepted behaviour.

The content of the present notice may be subject to modifications; we therefore invite you to consult it very regularly.


The present site is the property of CNR, the Compagnie Nationale du Rhône, a joint stock company in the general interest with a capital of €5,488,164, enrolled on the Trade Registry of Lyon under number 957 520 901. Its intracommunity VAT number is: FR 59 957520901.

The head office of CNR is located at 2 rue André Bonin 69316 Lyon cedex 04, France. Telephone number: +33 4 72 00 69 69.

The director of the publication is Sylvain Colas, CNR’s Director of Communication and CSR. 

Site publisher

Extra l’agence
5 Rue Vauban, 69006 Lyon  
Telephone number: 33(0)4 72 75 92 45

The site is hosted by OVH
2 rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix


As a user of the site, you acknowledge that you have the capacity and resources required to access and use it.

CNR and its contributors do everything possible to ensure that the information displayed on this site is exact and up to date, and reserves the right to modify the content at any time without notice. Nonetheless, they cannot guarantee that this information is complete, nor that it will not be modified by a third party (hacking, virus). CNR and its contributors also refuse any responsibility (direct or indirect) in the case of delay, error or omission regarding the content and utilisation of these pages, likewise in the case of interruption or non-availability of the service.

You acknowledge having been informed that the site is accessible 24/7, with the exception of cases of force majeure, computer problems, difficulties linked to the structure of telecommunications networks or other difficulties. CNR may interrupt its site for maintenance reasons. It will do its best to warn the users beforehand. CNR is not responsible for delays, difficulty of use, or for non-compatibility between the present site and files, your browser or any other program used to access the site.

CNR can in no way be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage resulting from or consecutive to the diffusion by a third party of a virus via our site and liable to infect your computer system following your connection to this site, the use of this site or browsing on it. Likewise, CNR cannot be held responsible for material or associated damage (including but not limited to technical failure, the disclosure of confidential documents, loss of data), nor any other form of indirect damage whatsoever occurring when using or linked to using the site.

CNR undertakes to do its utmost to ensure the exactness and the updating of the information diffused on the site, the content of which it reserves the right to correct at any time without notice. Nonetheless, CNR and its contributors give no guarantee nor assume any responsibility in any way regarding the adequacy, sequence, exactness, the absence of errors, the veracity, the newness, the fair and commercial nature, the quality, the soundness, and the availability of the information contained on this site. Each internaut is fully aware of the risks linked to the credibility they bestow to this information. Wrong information or omissions may be observed in particular due to typographical and page layout errors. If you observe such errors, please inform us so that we can make the appropriate corrections.

The elements of the site are supplied “as they are” without any guarantee of any kind, whether implicit or explicit. CNR categorically refuses any interpretation aimed at assimilating the content of the site with purchase offers or encouragements to acquire CNR shares or other listed or unlisted stocks or bonds, from one or other of its direct or indirect subsidiaries or its affiliate companies.

CNR reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to modify any element of the site. CNR may decide to modify the present conditions in the framework of its site updating and optimisation policy.

Any information bearing a date published on the site holds good only for the date given.

It is also recalled that the confidentiality of correspondence is not guaranteed on the network and it is the responsibility of each Internet user to take all appropriate measures to protect their own data and/or software from possible contamination of viruses circulating on the Internet.

The site gives access to other CNR internet sites liable to have their own legal mentions that we advise reading and complying with.


The site www.cnrnco.com, taken as a whole, as well as each of the elements composing it taken independently, in particular specific programs and developments and contents including data, texts, still and animated images, logotypes, sounds, graphs and files, are the exclusive property of CNR or third parties that have ceded a licence to it.

The general structure, software programs, texts, images, videos, sounds, knowhow and more generally all the information and content featuring on the Site, are the property of CNR. These elements are subject to the legislation protecting copyright.

Any total or partial representation of the site or of the elements composing it without the express authorisation of CNR is forbidden and constitutes forgery punished by articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.

The present conditions do not grant you any licence to use any of CNR’s trademarks, logos, photographs, software or videos.

The data bases featuring on the site are protected by articles L.341-1 and following of the intellectual Property Code and any substantial qualitative or quantitative extraction or reutilisation of the database contents may be punished.

The trademarks and logotypes featuring on the site are trademarks registered by CNR. Any reproduction, imitation or use, whether total or partial, of these distinctive signs without express authorisation and in violation of the prohibitions set out in articles L.713-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code engages the responsibility of their author.

CNR reserves the option of deleting immediately, and without prior notice, any content: message, text, image or graph that violates the laws and regulations in force, in particular the regulations mentioned above.

If you wish to use one of the contents of the site (text, image, etc.), you must obtain prior, express, written authorisation from CNR, by writing to the address given in § “legal information ” or by sending an email to the webmaster.


As a user of the site, you are bound to conform to the applicable legislation, particularly the provisions relating to the law on computing, files and freedom of 6 January 1978, the violation of which may be punishable by the law.

In particular, you must abstain from any collection, inappropriate use, notably of the nominative information you access, and in a general way, from any act liable to violate personal privacy, the honour, the feelings, the brand image, and the reputation of any person, whether physical or legal, and especially CNR, by avoiding any defamatory, provocative, malicious, denigrating or threatening mention, message or text on any medium whatsoever.


In conformity with the law on “Computer Technology and Freedom”, amended, the collection and processing of your personal data by the Compagnie Nationale du Rhône are necessary for the following purpose:

Processing demands for information by the general public.

The legal basis is legitimate interest (cf. article 6.1.f of the European General Data Protection Regulation).

The data processed are:

Name, First name, email address.

The addressees of these personal data are, in the strict framework of the purposes mentioned above: the duly authorised personnel of the Compagnie Nationale du Rhône, their service providers, partners and subcontractors; in the present case: EXTRA L’AGENCE.

Your data will be kept for 5 years.

You have the right to access, rectify and delete your personal data. When consent is required for processing, you have the right to withdraw it. Under certain regulatory conditions, you have the right to request limiting processing or to oppose it. You may exercise these different rights by contacting the DPD service directly by letter sent to the following address:
Data Protection Delegate, DJEA, 2 rue André Bonin, 69316 Lyon cedex 04,
or by email to the following address: donnees.personnelle@cnr.tm.fr.

You can also request the portability of the data you have sent when they were necessary for the contract or when your consent was necessary.

You also have the right to plan directives relating to the fate of your personal data after your death.

Claims relating to the collection and processing of your personal data can be sent to the service of the Data Protection Delegate (DPD), whose address was given above. In the case of continuing disagreement concerning your data, you have the right to contact the CNIL [the competent authority having control] at the following address: Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés, 3 place de Fontenoy 75007 Paris, https://www.cnil.fr/fr/vous-souhaitez-contacter-la-cnil, 33(0)1 53 73 22 22.


During your visits, you are informed that a cookie may be installed automatically in your browser. A cookie is a block of data that are not used for identification purposes but to record information relating to your navigation on the site. They allow analysing site traffic, audience measurements, etc. in order to improve the site’s quality.

The programming of your browser provides you with information on the presence of cookies and the possibility of refusing them in the following ways:

  • With the browser Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x and 6.x: click on “Tools” in the menu bar and then on “Internet Options”, select the tab “Privacy” then move the cursor to the level of security desired or click on “Advanced” then “Override automatic cookie handling” and tick the option “refuse” or “ask” for each column;
  • With the browser Netscape Navigator 6.2: click on “Edit” in the menu bar then on “Preferences”, select “Confidentiality and security” then select “cookies” and tick “deactivate” or “ask me”;
  • With the browser Mozilla Firefox version 1.x and 1.5: click on “Tools” in the menu bar then on “Options”, select the tables “Privacy and security” then “Cookies”, then untick the box “authorise”;
  • With the browser Apple Safari: go to the menu “Safari Preferences” then click on the tab “Privacy” and click on “Only from sites you navigate to”.

Certain services are no longer accessible if cookies are refused.

You have the right to access, rectify and delete your personal data communicated via cookies under the conditions set out in § “Personal Data”.


The hypertext links on the site that give access to other sites in no way incur the liability of CNR, in particular regarding the content of these sites.

CNR is not responsible for hypertext links that lead to the present site and forbids anyone to install such a link without its prior written authorisation.


The site may contain certain non-historic data composed of declarations of a temporary nature, notably prospective declarations relating to events, trends, plans and future objectives. These declarations are based on the current views and hypotheses of the management and are subject to considerable risks and hazards liable to lead to significant differences between the real results and those explicitly or implicitly contained in these declarations (or previous results). Additional information relating to these risks and hazards is available in the documents deposited by CNR with the relevant authorities. Temporary declarations are presented on a certain date and CNR does not undertake to update them or revise them, whether due to new information, future events or for any other reason.


Any transfer whatsoever of rights conferred by the present conditions is strictly prohibited.

If, for any reason whatsoever, a competent jurisdiction should consider that a provision in the present Conditions is invalid, the invalidity of this provision shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions, which shall remain in force.

The non-utilisation by one of the parties of a right or a legal proceeding regarding the terms of the present conditions cannot be considered as being a renouncement of said right or said action.

The Site is subject to French law. The present conditions shall be governed by, and interpreted in conformity with, French law.


When you access this site, a SessionID cookie may be installed automatically and kept temporarily on your hard disc to facilitate your browsing. Once your session has ended, the cookie will be destroyed. A cookie is a small data file generated randomly that a web site can send to the hard disc of a personal computer to facilitate your browsing and rationalise your registration procedures. By definition, a cookie does not allow us to identify you.

You may, if you wish, oppose the registration of these session cookies by configuring your browser appropriately. This operation may modify or hinder your browsing on the website.
Social plugins or sharing buttons on social networks may be present, provided you give your consent, on our site to allow you to access the sharing function to share content on our site with other people on the network or make known to these other people your consultation or opinion regarding an item of content on our site (social plugins: “Like”, “Share”, etc.).
The simple presence of these social plugins – whether or not you use these social networks – means they may deposit cookies on your hard disc to track your browser and identify your centres of interest. 
We have no control over the process used by the social networks to collect data relating to your navigation on our site.
The diffusion and utilisation of cookies by these third parties are subject to their own policies intended to protect private life. We invite you to be aware and identify the objectives behind their use, especially advertising, and browsing information they can collect through plugin applications, and thus make your choice. These protection policies are obliged to allow you to make your options in relation to these social networks, in particular by parameterising your user accounts on each one of them.
If you wish, you can refuse the insertion of these cookies by following the procedures indicated in your browser (see the approach to follow below), according to the procedures proposed that suit you best. You can modify your choice at any time.

Furthermore, to analyse your preferences and provided you give your consent, invisible pixels and web beacons are liable to be placed by a third party service provider in some of our articles and messages to help us identify the pages consulted, count the frequencies of display and the number of visitors, analyse the structure of traffic and compile statistics for the contents most liked.
Lastly, audio and video recordings, podcasts and webcasts are available to you via third party services. During your possible access and provided you give your consent, these third parties are liable to deposit their cookies on your hard disc to help us identify the contents most liked.
The approach to follow to refuse the insertion of these “third party” cookies is the following, according to the procedures proposed that suit you best:
For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Choose the “tools” menu and then “options”
2. Click on the “privacy and security” tab
3. Locate “enhanced tracking protection” and Cookies and site data” and select the options you wish

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. Choose the “Tools” menu then “Internet options Internet”
2. Click on the “Privacy” tab
3. Use the cursor to select the level desired

For Chrome:
1. Go to the Chrome menu / Settings
2. Click on “More”
3. Click on Content parameters” in the “Privacy and security” part
4. Click on “Cookies and other site data” in the new window
5. Click on “Delete all” and confirm by clicking on “OK”

For Safari:
Go to the Preferences in the Safari menu
Click on “Privacy”
In “Block all cookies”, tick “Always”

To know the options available for any other browser software and the procedures for deleting cookie files stored in your terminal, the CNIL describes on the following link the procedures to follow to limit your tracks on the web http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/conseils-aux-internautes/ie and, more generally, informs you of cookie parameterisation operations http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/#c5554. If you continue browsing, you consent to the use of these “third party” cookies on our site. You can modify your choice at any time if you wish.