Legal Notices & Terms of Use

Legal Notices & Terms of Use

Terms of Use

The following Terms and Conditions govern your use of the Chemtex Web site and the materials accessible on or from this site. Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully before accessing any part of the site. If you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions, please do not access the site.


Copyright 2008 Chemtex Global N.V.  All Rights Reserved. All text, images, graphics, animation, and other materials on this website are subject to the copyright and other intellectual property rights of Chemtex Global N.V. These materials may not be reproduced, distributed, modified, reposted to other websites, or used in connection with any third party products or services without the express written permission of Chemtex Global N.V.


Content is provided on the site on an AS IS basis, without any warranty, express or implied. Although Chemtex reserves the right to correct any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies, we do not accept any responsibility for the accuracy, reliability, currency, or completeness of any information, or content presented herein.  Chemtex does not accept any liability for the consequences arising from the use of any information contained herein, including, but not by way of limitation, business interruption or any loss of profits or revenue.  Chemtex assumes no responsibility, and shall not be liable for any damages to, or viruses that may infect, a visitor's computer equipment or other property on account of a visitor's access to, use of, browsing in, or downloading of anything from, the Chemtex Site.  Chemtex further disclaims any responsibility for the accuracy, reliability, currency, availability, or completeness of content or information found on any sites that link to or from from third parties not associated with us, or for technical failures or for unauthorized access of user transmissions by third parties. Your use of this site is at your sole risk. If you are dissatisfied with this site, its content, or any of these terms, conditions, and policies, your sole and exclusive legal remedy is to discontinue using this site.

Links to Third Party Sites

This site may contain links to sites owned or operated by independent third parties. These links are provided for your convenience and reference only. We do not control such sites and, therefore, we are not responsible for any content posted on these sites. We reserve the right to terminate such links at any time. The inclusion of any site does not imply any endorsement by Chemtex of the site, the site's provider, or the information on the site.


Chemtex recognizes and respects the privacy of users of this Web site. When you choose to provide us with information about yourself, Chemtex will act in a responsible manner. Chemtex may store and disclose personal information as allowed or required by applicable law, including making disclosures that are necessary or advisable to (i) protect the rights, safety or property of Chemtex or others and (b) conform to legal or regulatory requirements. Without your express approval, however, Chemtex will not trade, sell or rent your personal information but may collect and/or provide aggregate statistics about its Web site and users to other parties. This privacy statement only applies to information collected and maintained by Chemtex.

Cookie Policy

The web site (hereafter "the site"), property of Chemtex Global N.V. (hereafter "we", "us"), uses cookies.

Cookies are short text strings that the site saves within your browser when you access the web site itself. These strings, which do not contain any executable code and therefore can not contain malware, are used for various purposes, such as: track the browsing sessions, store information to improve the navigability of the site, maintain the navigation settings chosen by the user (such as the language choice) and keep track of actions taken by the web site users. We advice you that the site can save in your browser one or more cookies, depending on the actions performed on the site. Some of the cookies that can be saved are not derived directly from us, but by third parties who save their cookies through this site. More information can be found below in this policy.

According to the Italian data protection authority's general measure (3 June 2014 GU n. 126) there are two kind of cookies:

  • Functional Cookie - they are used for the purposes of transmit a communication, complete a service the user have requested or conduct statistical researches;

  • Profiling Cookie - They are used to record the behavior of a user and the preferences shown by him in order to send advertising messages in line with his profile.

First party Cookies
Set out below are the descriptions of all the cookies that the site uses and processes directly.

Functional Cookies

Name Purpose Duration
PHPSESSID This cookie allows the proper operativity of the web site. It is intended to track the browsing session. Session

Functional Cookies:
This cookie allows the proper operativity of the web site. It is intended to track the browsing session.


Profiling Cookies
The site does not use any First Party profiling cookies

This site uses the following third parties Cookies:
The following table shows the different types of cookies that are installed from the site but that come from third parties. The following table, in addition to the category and the purpose for which these cookies are used, presents the links to the third parties Privacy Policies where you can get detailed information about the cookies used and you can withhold consent to their use.

Category Owner Purpose Policy
Analytics Google Google Analytics is a web analysis tool which allows to collect information on the navigation on the site (such as, for example, pages visited, time spent on the site, the way in which the site has been reached from search engines and what the user has clicked while on the site). These information are collected in an anonymous form and have the purpose to detect the tendencies on the web.

How to disable cookies?
Usually browsers are configured to accept cookies by default. However, they allow you to control and disable cookies through their settings. We remind you that disabling functional cookies can cause malfunctions on the navigation of the site and/or limit the service we offer. We list below the procedures that should be made to control cookies in most popular browsers:


Launch the Chrome Browser

Click the menu in the browser tool bar

Select Settings

Click Show advanced settings

In the “Privacy” section click the button “Content settings“

In the “Cookie” section is possible to modify the following settings on cookies:

  • Allow local data to be set

  • Keep local data only until you quit your browser

  • Block site from setting any data

  • Block third-party cookie and site data

  • Manage exceptions

  • Show all cookies and site data

For more information visit the specific page:

Mozilla Firefox

Launch the Mozilla Firefox Browser

Click the menu in the browser tool bar

Select Options

Select the Privacy panel

Click Show advanced settings

In the “Privacy” section click the “Content settings"button

In the "Tracking"section is possible to modify the following settings on cookies:

  • Ask to the sites to not track

  • Tell to the sites the availability to be track

  • Do not communicate any preference on the tracking

From the "History" section is possible to:

  • Accept to receive third parties cookie and to keep them for a foreseen time

  • Delete single cookies

For more information visit the specific page:

Internet Explorer

Launch the Internet Explorer Browser

Click the Tools button and chose Internet Option

Click the Privacy tab and in the settings section is possible to:

  • Block all the cookies

  • Allow all the cookies

  • Select some site which are allowed to use cookies

For more information visit the specific page:

For information on how to manage and delete cookies on your tablet and/or mobile phone, please consult the "Help" section of the browser that you use.