This Internet website and its portal are published and managed by SYSTRA SA, a French public limited company with a supervisory board and a management board, a simplified joint stock company with share capital of 33,302,018 euros, listed on the Paris Trades and Companies Register under number 387,949,530, with registered offices at 72-76, rue Henry Farman – 75015 Paris.

Tél : +33 (0) 1 40 16 61 00

Intracommunautaire VAT: FR19 387949530

Managing editor:
Mr. Pierre VERZAT, Chief Executive Officer
Telephone number: +33 (0)1 40 16 61 00

Hosting company:
Technopole du Futuroscope
86360 Chasseneuil
Telephone number: +33 (0)1 83 86 50 91

Designer / Development:
Whodunit WordPress agency
38 rue Dunois
75013 Paris
Telephone number: +33 (0)1 75 50 55 40


Users of the site acknowledge these conditions and agree to abide by them. SYSTRA reserves the right to make changes to these legal notices at any time. Users therefore undertake to consult them regularly.

If you are accessing the SYSTRA group website from a country other than France, you must also ensure that you comply with local applicable legislation.


The SYSTRA website, which is owned by SYSTRA, is a website via which other sites or companies making up the SYSTRA group may be accessed. These sites may have their own legal notices, which should be consulted and respected.

Information made available via the SYSTRA group portal is for illustrative and information purposes only. SYSTRA is unable to guarantee that information distributed via the site is accurate, complete or up-to-date. This also applies to any hyperlinks or any other computer links used directly or indirectly from the website. This information does not remove the need for the user to undertake further appropriate analysis. SYSTRA may not therefore be held liable for any errors or omissions, or for the unavailability of any information and services. More generally, using this information or these services for private or professional purposes does not incur SYSTRA’s liability in any way whatsoever.

Consequently, the user assumes exclusive responsibility for using this information. SYSTRA may not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage which may result from accessing or using the SYSTRA group website. This includes the temporary or permanent inaccessibility of the website, data loss, and / or the presence of any viruses on the website. This is not an exhaustive list.

All users declare that they accept the nature of the Internet and its limitations. In particular they declare that they are familiar with the nature of the Internet and its technical performance. In particular, SYSTRA’s liability may not be incurred in any way in the event of it not being possible to access the portal, or if Internet traffic is exceptionally heavy, or in the event of any malfunctions or faults affecting any reception equipment or communications lines, or in the event of anything else which might impact the use of the website or result from its use. The same applies for any other reasons which fall outside of SYSTRA’s responsibility.

SYSTRA reserves the right to make changes to the contents of this website at any time, and without prior notice.

SYSTRA may also be required to take the website down for maintenance purposes. Warning will be given in advance of any such interruptions via the site’s homepage, or by some other means. Under no circumstances will SYSTRA’s liability be incurred by any such interruptions, nor will they give rise to any entitlement to compensation.

The information made available by the website may not under any circumstances be interpreted as canvassing. Nor does it constitute a subscription, investment or purchase offer, or an offer for the exchange of any shares or any other securities belonging to SYSTRA, its subsidiaries or the group to which they belong. As such, they are not subject to any of the checks by competent authorities which are required within the framework of public offerings.



Information about Cookies:

A cookie is a small text file – often encrypted – stored in a web browser. When you visit a website, it sends information to the web browser which then creates a text file on the reception device (PC, mobile telephone, tablet computer or other device). This file contains information about the visit to the aforementioned site. Cookies make browsing easier and make the whole experience more convivial. They do not damage your computer.

The cookies used by are used to enhance the user experience and to provide anonymized visit statistics so that we have a better understanding of the content in which visitors are interested.

Various types of cookies may be installed:
(i) Technical browsing cookies: technical cookies are used throughout the browsing experience. They are strictly required to deliver the website to the device on which it is displayed and make it easier to provide a number of its features and functions. For example, technical cookies store the type and version of your browser, the times and dates of your visit and your login credentials.
(ii) Audience measurement cookies: audience measurement cookies are for compiling statistics about visits to the website and evaluating its ergonomic design, as well as for detecting any browsing problems or structuring certain types of content.
To take advantage of all of the website’s features and functions, it is preferable for users to accept all cookies. Users can, however, decline to have cookies saved to their computer by directly configuring their browser.

Configuring various browsers;
1/ If you use Internet Explorer;
In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, then click Internet Options.
Under the General tab, under Browsing History, click Settings.
Click the View Files button.
Click on the header of the Name column to sort all the files alphabetically, then scan the list until you find files beginning with the prefix “Cookie” (all cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created them). Select the cookie (s) with the name “systra” and delete them.
Close the window displaying the list of files, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.
2/ If you use Firefox:
Go to the “Tools” tab of the browser and then select the Options menu.
In the window displayed, select “Privacy & Security” and then click on “Manage data”.
Find the files containing the name “systra”. Select and delete them.
3/ If you use Safari:
In your browser, choose Edit menu > Preferences.
Click Security.
Click Show cookies.
Select cookies that contain the name “systra” and click Clear or Delete All.
Once the cookies are deleted, click Done.
4/ If you use Google Chrome:
Click the icon in the Tools menu.
Select Options.
Click the Advanced Options tab and go to the “Privacy” section.

Information on personal data protection:
Go to the special page about our policy on processing personal data.


Links to the portal and frames containing it are strictly prohibited. Accordingly, no components displayed on any pages of the website may be sent, transferred or inserted into another website, either in part or in full. Nor may they be used to create by-products.

Furthermore, links appearing on the SYSTRA group website that point to external websites have been expressly authorised to do so beforehand.

However, since SYSTRA does not publish these sites, it cannot control their content. Consequently, under no circumstances may SYSTRA be held liable for the contents of the websites that can be accessed in this way, or for any personal data which may be gathered and transmitted, or for any cookies which might be installed, or for any other process performed for the same purpose by these sites.

You may not create any hyperlinks which point to the SYSTRA group’s portal without express written authorisation obtained from SYSTRA beforehand. Requests should be sent to the director of the SYSTRA group portal.


Unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property rights pertaining to documents hosted on the site and all of the elements created for it (brands, logos, drawings, illustrations, photographs, images, texts, commentaries, animations with or without audio, etc.), together with all other documents displayed or referenced are the exclusive property of SYSTRA, and SYSTRA will not grant any licence, nor any rights other than that to consult the website. More generally, it is strictly prohibited to extract, via a temporary or permanent transfer, any of the website’s content, either in whole or in part, or to reproduce or represent it, either in whole or in part, either on its own or integrated alongside other elements, on any other medium without the express written authorisation of SYSTRA or of other companies making up the SYSTRA group obtained beforehand. In particular, no commercial use may be made, even in part, of the data presented on the portal without SYSTRA’s prior written agreement.

The general structure, the software, texts, images, videos, sounds, expertise, animations and more generally all the information and contents hosted on the SYSTRA group’s website are the property of SYSTRA, or SYSTRA has been granted the right to use them. These elements are subject to the legislation protecting copyright.

Any reproduction, modification, representation, denaturation, total or partial of all or part of this site, by any means whatsoever and on any medium whatsoever will be considered an infringement punishable by the penalties provided for by articles L.335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.

SYSTRA reserves the right to immediately remove any content without giving prior notice, including messages, text, images or graphics that might contravene the laws and regulations in force, particularly those cited above.

Should you wish to use any of the website’s contents (text, images, etc.), you must first obtain express, written authorisation to do so from SYSTRA by writing to the address given in the paragraph on “Legal information”, or by sending an email to the webmaster at


The law which applies to the SYSTRA group’s website is French law. Most of the online content and services hosted on the SYSTRA group’s website is available in French and in English. In the event of a dispute, French will be used.

In the event of any disputes in relation to the interpretation and / or performance of the general conditions for using this website, the parties undertake to work together to find an amicable solution. Should they fail to do so, the Paris courts shall have the authority to rule on any disputes arising in relation to the general terms and conditions for using the site.


Any user requiring technical assistance (for difficulties accessing or displaying the website, etc.) may send an email via the website’s contact form, or contact:

72-76, Rue Henry Farman – 75015 Paris – France

Tél : +33 (0)1 40 16 61 00