Terms of use

Please be sure to read the Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy carefully and in full before accessing Sonion’s website.

This website, www.Sonion.com (referred to as ‘Website’) is owned and managed by Sonion A/S (Sonion). Access and use of the Website, this will be taken as express acceptance of the Terms of Use within this document and in our Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to the terms provided, it is advised to not access the Website. Furthermore, you also agree that Sonion may, at any time, change or update the terms and conditions. As a result, you are encouraged to review the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy each time you access the service.

For the purpose of the Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and any other documents, the term ‘user’ refers to any individual, or entity, who are accessing the Website, whether that be for personal or business purposes. The user will be subject to the following terms.

Disclaimer:
The information provided on the Website is for general information purposes, not specific advice or recommendations. Sonion shall not, in any event, be held liable for damages (whether direct or indirect), injury, or losses of any kind which result from use of, access to, or inability to access the information provided on this Website. This limitation also includes damage or any viruses which may affect your computer equipment.

Sonion is not responsible of any offsite pages or any other third-party sites linked to or from this Website.

Intellectual Property Rights:
All information on the Website including, but not limited to, any name, logo, text, software, product descriptions, formulas, photographs, video graphics, or other material is owned by, or licenced by Sonion, whether or not it is protected by trademarks, service marks, patents, copyright or other proprietary rights and laws. Nothing on this Website should be construed as granting or conferring any rights or licence in or to any intellectual property.

Any unauthorised use of these names, materials etc, may hold you liable for damages including, but not limited to, those related to violations of trademarks, copyright and publicity rights.

Governing law:
The Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and other information on the Website and any use thereof are to be governed exclusively by Danish law. Any dispute arising from, or in connection to, the Website shall be referred to the jurisdiction of the Danish courts.

Date: July 2019.