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Are you shipping commercial freight
We hereby inform you that personal data concerning you are processed under the supervision of SNCF Fret’s sales and marketing division.
SNCF Fret has appointed a data protection officer, reachable at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of processing the data is to prepare a quote in response to a request to ship cargo. The legal basis for the processing is consent
You can withdraw your consent at any time, but withdrawal of consent will not affect data that has already been processed.
The categories of data processed are the first name, last name and email address entered into the form.
Required fields are marked with an asterisk. If you do not complete them, we may not be able to register or process your request. The other fields are optional: leaving them blank will not affect your quote.
Personal data is retained by the website for 180 days and for ten years after execution of the last commercial contract. The data is retained for use by the relevant department(s) and may be disclosed only to SNCF Fret’s sales and marketing teams and legal affairs teams.
All data subjects have the right, within the terms and limits of the law, to ask the data controller for access to their personal data, as well as the right to rectification and erasure, the right to restrict or oppose processing of their data, the right of portability, and the right to issue directives on the handling of their personal data after their death.
To exercise your rights, please write to email@example.com and provide proof of your identity if necessary. Please use the subject line: GDPR - Exercise of rights – Commercial site – Quote
If you believe that processing of your data has violated the law, you have the right to submit a claim to the French National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) or to the controlling authority in the country where you ordinarily reside, where you work, or where the violation took place.