By accessing any part or section of this site, the User agrees to be legally bound by the following terms and conditions.
“FPE” means Food Processing Equipment Srl – registered office at Via Umberto Ilariuzzi, 15, 43126 Parma PR, Italy.
The contents of https://fpe2000.it, where not otherwise explicitly indicated, are protected by current copyright legislation, including Italian Law No. 633/1941 and subsequent amendments and additions, and cannot be reproduced on other websites, mailing lists, newsletters, print magazines and CD ROMs or other unspecified media, without the express prior authorization of FPE, whatever the purpose of use.
Authorization must be requested in writing via e-mail and shall only be granted through the explicit written consent of FPE’s legal representative. Failure to respond to the request shall in no case be interpreted as tacit authorization.
The reproduction, borrowing, loaning and distribution of content without FPE’s authorization is prohibited, except in the cases specified below.
Violations will be subject to sanctions under Articles 171, 171-bis, 171-ter, 174-bis and 174-ter of Law No. 633/1941.
All graphic elements and HTML/XHTML code shall be considered the exclusive property of FPE.
Exceptions to prohibition on reproducing content
Content published on https://fpe2000.it may be partially reproduced on third-party websites, newsletters or digital and printed media in the form of abstracts, provided that:
The content reproduced does not exceed 15% of the character count of the original article;
There is a clear, visible link to the original article published on https://fpe2000.it;
The name of the original author is clearly indicated.
FPE is not liable for any damages caused, directly or indirectly, by the use of information (offered “as-is”) present on https://fpe2000.it.
Although not belonging to FPE, FPE exercises the right to use certain third-party images in accordance with the terms of Article 70 paras., 1, 1Bis, and 3 of Law No. 633 (22 April 1941). In particular, all third-party trademarks and logos reproduced on https://fpe2000.it belong to their legitimate owners. These brands are mentioned for information purposes only.
Links from the site to other Internet sites
https://fpe2000.it includes links to other Internet websites. By clicking these links you leave this site. FPE cannot monitor these sites and is not responsible for the material they contain.
FPE, therefore, does not offer any guarantees regarding the content, information, software, products, materials or possible results obtained on such sites. Access to other sites through the links on this site is the sole responsibility of the user.
Links to the site from other Internet sites
Any site that is connected (“Linked”) to https://fpe2000.it must comply with all applicable legal provisions and with the following instructions regarding links:
The content of the site https://fpe2000.it must not be duplicated;
It must not misrepresent alleged partnerships with FPE;
It must not provide false information on the products and services of FPE;
The logo of FPE and CT Pack must not be used without permission*;
It must not have indecent or offensive content, and must be suitable for people of all ages.
*CT Pack is a trademark of CT Pack Srl – headquartered at Via Argine Volano, 355/D, Fossalta di Copparo (FE), Italy – registered office: Via della Solidarietà 2/1, Località Crespellano, Valsamoggia (BO), Italy.
Notwithstanding periodic checks of the Website, FPE cannot guarantee that it is free of viruses or other potentially harmful programs. Before accessing the network and carrying out any operation during navigation, users should always adopt the most up-to-date protection measures, for which they will be solely and exclusively responsible.
Your privacy is very important for FPE. To better protect you, here you will find information about the types of information collected online and your options for managing the collection and use of such information on the site.
This information is made available pursuant to Article 13 of E.U. Regulation No. 2016/679 (the “GDPR”) of the European Parliament and Council (27 April 2016) “concerning the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data, as well as the free circulation of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (general regulation on data protection)” of those who interact with the Web services of FPE, accessible electronically from the address: https://fpe2000.it and corresponding to the first page of FPE’s official site.
The information is provided only for FPE’s site and not for other websites that users may consult through links.
The purpose of this provision is to identify some minimum requirements for the collection of personal data online, including the methods, timing and nature of the information that data controllers must provide to users when connecting to web pages, regardless of the purpose of the link.
The Data Controller
Following consultation of this site, data relating to identified or identifiable persons may be processed. The Data Controller is FPE, in the person of the Legal Representative, and can be contacted in writing at the addresses listed at the bottom of every page of the institutional site https://fpe2000.it.
Types of data processed
The computer systems and software procedures used to operate this website acquire, as part of their normal operation, some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected to identify interested parties, but due to its very nature it could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, identify users.
This category of data includes the IP addresses or domain names of computers used by individuals who connect to the site, addresses in URI notation (“Uniform Resource Identifier”) of the requested resources, the time of the request, the method used in submitting the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numeric code indicating the status of the response given by the server (success, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the operating system and user’s computer environment.
These data are used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check it is functioning correctly. The data could be used to determine responsibility in case of IT crimes committed against the site, and only at the request of the relevant investigating authorities.
The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of e-mails to the addresses listed on this site involves the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, which is necessary to respond to requests, as well as any other personal data included in the message.
Optional provision of data
Apart from what is specified for navigation data, the user is free to provide the personal data indicated in request forms to FPE or to solicit information and other materials through contact forms, or by other communications. Failure to provide such data may make it impossible to receive the information requested.
In compliance with the provisions of Article 8 of the GDPR, no person under the age of 16, without the consent of his or her parents or guardians, may send information to this website, nor will he or she be able to make purchases or complete legal proceedings on this site without parental consent, unless specifically permitted by the rules in force.
Personal data are processed with automated tools for as long as is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected. In accordance with Article 32 of the GDPR, specific security measures are observed to prevent data loss, illicit or incorrect use, and unauthorized access.
Rights of data subjects
The personal data subjects have the right at any time to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of the relevant data, and to know its contents and origin (see GDPR Article 15, “Right of access by the data subject”), verify its accuracy or request integration, updating, and/or rectification (see GDPR Article 16, “Right to rectification”). Under the GDPR, subjects also have the right to request cancellation or transformation into anonymous form (see Article 17, “Right to erasure”) or limitation or blocking (see Article 18, “Right to restricting of processing”) of any data processed in violation of the law, as well as to revoke (see Article 7, paragraph 3, “Conditions for consent “) or oppose its processing for any legitimate reasons (see Article 21, “Right to object,” and Article 77, “Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority”).
Disclosure of personal information
Except in the cases described here, personal information will never be disclosed.
What are cookies
Cookies are short fragments of text (letters and/or numbers) that allow the web server to store information on the client (the browser) to be reused during the course of the visit to the site (session cookies) or later, including for long periods (persistent cookies). Cookies are stored, according to user preferences, by the individual browser on the specific device being used (computer, tablet, smart phone). Similar technologies can be used to gather information on user behavior and use of services.
This document refers to cookies and all similar technologies simply by using the term “cookie.”
What are the main types of cookies
Strictly necessary cookies or technical cookies. These cookies are essential for proper site functioning. They are used to manage logins and access to reserved sections of the site, generally to speed up, improve or customize the level of service offered to users. The cookies’ duration is either strictly limited to the work session (closing the browser deletes them) or continues after to recognize the visitor’s computer. Their deactivation may compromise the use of services accessible by login, while the public part of the site can still be used normally.
Analysis and performance cookies. These cookies are used to collect and analyze site traffic and use anonymously and in aggregate form. They are either first- or third-party cookies and, without identifying the user, can be used to determine whether the same user has returned to connect at different times. They also allow the system to be monitored, and its performance and usability improved. These cookies can be deactivated without any loss of functionality.
Profiling cookies. These are permanent cookies used to identify (anonymously or not) user preferences and improve their browsing experience, in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user in the context of surfing the Internet. Because certain devices can be particularly invasive into users’ private sphere, European and Italian legislation require that users be adequately informed about their use and express their valid consent.
Third-party cookies. Visiting a website users can receive cookies either from the visited site (owner or publisher), or from sites managed by other organizations (third parties) through the first site. An example is the presence of “social plug-ins” (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+) aimed at sharing content on social networks. The presence of these plug-ins involves the transmission of cookies to and from all sites managed by third parties. The management of information collected by third parties is governed by the related information below.
How to manage third-party cookies
To ensure greater transparency and convenience, for each third-party site installable through this site, the following are provided: description and web address of the information, methods for managing cookies, options to deny consent for the installation of cookies (where available).
Google Analytics is a web traffic analysis service provided by Google used to monitor and improve host site performance (performance cookies). Google Analytics can collect and analyze information on usage behavior in anonymous form. This information is then processed for the purpose of preparing reports on the websites themselves. This site, through anonymization of the user’s IP address, does not use (and does not allow third parties to use) the Google Analytics tool to monitor or collect personal identification information. Google does not associate the IP address with any other data held by Google, nor does it attempt to connect an IP address with the identity of a user. Google may communicate this information to third parties where required by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.
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The user can selectively disable Google Analytics by installing an opt-out browser add-on provided by Google. To disable Google Analytics, visit:
For all third-party cookies
In the event that it is particularly difficult to identify all third parties, especially for profiling preferences, the following links are provided:
How to disable cookies from your browser
Users can also decide whether or not to accept cookies using the browser settings.
Attention: the total or partial disabling of technical cookies can compromise use of site features reserved for registered users. However, the public content can still be accessed with completely disabled cookies.
Disabling third-party cookies does not affect site navigability in any way. The setting can be defined specifically for different websites and web applications. In addition, browsers will ideally allow different settings for both proprietary and third-party cookies.
For example, in Mozilla Firefox, the menu Tools->Options->Privacy provides access to a control panel where the user can decide whether or not to accept the various types of cookies and proceed with their removal.
To deny consent for the use of one or more cookies, the user may access the Link using his or her browser:
Microsoft Windows Explorer: