About the website


1. General

This website (www.havencentrum.be) is managed by Port Centre. Use of this website is subject to the following terms and conditions. You are expected to familiarise yourself with and accept these terms and conditions. Port Centre may unilaterally modify these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.

2. Use of this website

This website is intended to make general information available about Port Centre, its services and activities. The information is not intended to be used as a substitute for advice, and no rights can be derived from the information. In order to obtain specific advice or tailor-made information, you can always contact the relevant Port Centre department which can be reached by telephone on: +32 (0)3 569 90 12.

Although Port Centre makes every effort to supply information which it considers to be current and correct, Port Centre cannot guarantee the suitability, accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information, nor that the website is comprehensive enough or suitable to be used for a specific purpose. Furthermore, Port Centre cannot guarantee continuous access to the website, nor the absence of interruptions or the correct functioning of the website.

If you notice any inaccuracies in the information available on this website then you can contact Port Centre via the following e-mail address: info@arboretumkalmthout.be

3. Liability

Port Centre cannot be held liable for any damage that arises from or may be caused by the (in)direct use of the website or the information available on the website.

As a visitor to the website, you should take every reasonable precaution to avoid your equipment or data being compromised by viruses, bugs, Trojan horses, etc. Port Centre cannot guarantee compatibility between the visitor's software and the files and sections of the website which form a part of or feature on the website.

Port Centre is in no way liable for the electronic communication which occurs via the website, such as the sending of e-mails, delays, or the interception or manipulation of this communication by third parties.

4. Intellectual property

You are entitled to consult and/or download the information on the website for purely private or personal use. Any other use, including but not limited to reproduction, distribution, making available to the public, and/or reuse in any form whatsoever, of the site or information of Port Centre, regardless of whether this is complete, partial, temporary, or permanent, is strictly forbidden without the prior written permission of Port Centre.

5. Applicable law

Any dispute connected with or arising from (the use of) the website will be subject exclusively to Belgian law. The courts of the judicial district of Antwerp have exclusive jurisdiction to handle such disputes.

Privacy policy

1. Protection of personal privacy

Port Centre is convinced that the protection of the privacy of visitors to the website havencentrum.be is of essential importance for its activities. Personal data of visitors is therefore treated with the utmost care and security, and is protected in accordance with the applicable legislation.

Port Centre does not collect any personal data unless voluntarily supplied to Port Centre.

Personal data collected by Port Centre via registration forms in connection with activities or purchasing annual season tickets is recorded in Port Centre's directory. When you complete these forms, this represents voluntary submission of personal data.

By sharing this personal data, you agree that Port Centre may save and process the personal data for the relevant purpose. Your personal data will not be made available or passed on to third parties. Port Centre cares about your privacy and therefore acts in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy when processing personal data. Port Centre is an External Independent Agency under Private Law (EVAP) of the province of Antwerp. The Antwerp provincial authorities shall also never pass your data on to third parties.

You have the right to inspect and correct your personal data. This application must consist of a written, dated request and a double-sided copy of your identity card. You can address a request to inspect, correct, or contest your personal data to:

Port Centre

attn Philippe Demoulin

Scheldelaan 444 Haven 621

2040 Antwerpen

2. Click behaviour

General visitor data, such as the most viewed pages, is maintained on the Port Centre website. The purpose of this is to optimise the website and to adjust it as much as possible to the needs of visitors. Such data can also be used to put more specific information on the site. In this way Port Centre can further improve its services.

3. Use of Cookies

Port Centre uses technology often referred to as "cookies" in order to manage the website and ensure that it offers the correct functions.

• Definition of cookies

HTTP cookies, also known as "web cookies" or just "cookies" are text fragments sent by the website to a web browser. These text fragments are then sent back, every time this browser views a page on that server. These cookies are used by the website arboretumkalmthout.be to follow visitors (anonymously).

• Why does Port Centre use cookies?

Port Centre uses cookies to analyse the use of the website and thus improve the website. To do so, permanent cookies are used.

• When does Port Centre use cookies?

All pages of Port Centre write or read a cookie.

• How can you refuse cookies?

You are always entitled to refuse cookies. To do so, you can configure your web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox) to refuse all or certain cookies (consult the manual of your web browser). If you refuse cookies, some services may not be available for you.

4. Changes

Port Centre reserves the right to make changes to its privacy policy at any time. By using this website, you accept all of the conditions of the privacy policy as specified at the time of use. Each time you access the website of Port Centre after the privacy policy has been modified, you are expected to have familiarised yourself with the changes and to have accepted them.