Privacy policy


1. Content

Chamai takes great care in creating this website. Chamai does not, however, guarantee the accuracy of the information. The user is aware that the information presented may be modified without prior notice or warning. Chamai accepts no responsibility for the content of the site or the use that may be made of it.

2. Copyright

The texts, layouts, illustrations and other elements on this site are protected by copyright. Any copy, adaptation, translation, arrangement or modification of all or part of this site, in whatever form and by whatever means, is strictly forbidden without the prior written authorisation of Chamai. Any infringement may result in civil or criminal proceedings.

3. Processing of personal data

Chamai takes your privacy very seriously. For this reason, we would like to provide you with clear information on how your personal data is collected and used.

Personal data is data that directly or indirectly identifies you. Direct identification is possible using personal details such as your name, address, national registration number, e-mail address, telephone number, etc. Indirect identification is possible using information that is likely to identify you if combined with other information.

The processing of personal data refers to all operations, and in particular the collection, recording, storage, use, consultation, modification, disclosure, sharing or destruction of personal data.

3.1. Person responsible for processing personal data

Your personal data is collected and used by Chamai. Chamai’s registered office is at Rue Saint-Brice 15, 6987 Hodister.

3.2. Processing of personal data

Chamai processes personal data from individuals or legal entities with whom Chamai has or is likely to have a direct or indirect relationship. Chamai collects data in particular when you
(i) visit our website;
(ii) you contact Chamai via the contact form, by email, using the application form or in any other way; or
(iii) use any of our services.

The personal data provided (such as your first name, your last name, your e-mail address and your telephone number) as well as the other personal data which are provided to (in particular in the message addressed to Chamai) Chamai, or otherwise collected by it, are likely to be processed for the following purposes:

  • management of a personal file as part of an established supplier, customer or partner relationship;

  • direct marketing ;

  • personalised commercial approach, including newsletters/emails with personalised offers.

Chamai endeavours not to keep your personal data longer than is necessary for the purpose for which it was collected. Conservation time may vary according to circumstances.

3.3. Recipients

Chamai treats personal data with the utmost care and only shares data that is strictly necessary for the fulfilment of its corporate purpose.

The personal data collected may be transferred to our partners (listed on our website) as well as to project sponsors and any other interested parties within the limits of Chamai’s corporate purpose.

3.4. Right of access to personal data

On written request to, accompanied by a copy of your identity card, Chamai will provide you with :

  • a description of the personal data Chamai holds about you ;

  • the purpose for which Chamai collects such personal data ;

  • the categories of recipients to whom Chamai has transferred or intends to transfer such personal data.

In the event of a request from you, Chamai undertakes to amend your personal data if it is found to be inaccurate, obsolete, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading, after taking into account the purposes for which it was collected. If Chamai does not agree with your request to correct your personal data, it will give the reason why and the means by which you can lodge a complaint.

You may at any time, free of charge and by simple written request to, accompanied by a copy of your identity card, object to the use of your personal data for direct marketing purposes.

4. Diverse

Any dispute relating to the site will be governed exclusively by Belgian law.