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The compulsory legal notice on the Marseille Gyptis International (MGI) website is indicated on this page in accordance with the French law on trust in the digital economy of June 2004.



Address: Immeuble le Murano, 22, Avenue R. Schuman, 13002 MARSEILLE

Tél : +33 (0)4 13 68 12 00

Email: contact@mgi.fr

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In accordance with article 93-2 of law 82-652 of 29/07/1982:

Publishing Manager: first name SURNAME, position

Deputy Publishing Manager: first name SURNAME, position

Design, realisation, hosting and maintenance:


355 Rue Albert Einstein Bât. Le Myaris,

13290 Aix-en-Provence

Tel : +33 4 42 60 01 20



SIRET 422 970 103 000 38

Hypertext links (liability)

The site www.mgi-ci5.com may propose links to other sites, mainly official sites (government, institutions, etc.). We systematically indicate the site concerned. However, these websites, whose addresses are regularly checked, are not part of the portal: the publisher is not liable for said websites.

Intellectual property

MGI’s verbal and visual trademarks are protected.

Their use without written authorisation from the company, on any medium, for the purpose of promoting products or services, in particular for commercial purposes, is forbidden subject to criminal and civil proceedings.

It is advisable to contact us previously to request permission for use.

These trademarks have been declared to the French National Institute for Intellectual Property (INPI).

Images, videos & iconography

All rights of reproduction, representation and communication to the public are reserved, including for downloadable documents and visual, photographic, iconographic, audiovisual or other representations.

No licence, nor any other right than the right to consult the website is conferred to anyone with regard to the rules of intellectual property.

The reproduction of all or part of the website on any medium by any means is strictly forbidden without express written permission.

Personal data

In accordance with the French “Data Protection and Civil Liberties” act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, you have the right to oppose, access, modify, rectify and delete your personal information.

For any information or exercise of your rights to information and liberties concerning the processing of personal data managed by MGI, you can contact us:

By this form

Or by post (with a photocopy of your identity card) at the following address:

Immeuble le Murano, 22, Avenue R. Schuman, 13002 MARSEILLE

Use of cookies

Marseille Gyptis International is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors and users of its website.

In order to preserve your trust in us, we want to inform you in a transparent way about our policy regarding the setting and use of cookies.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that may be set and stored in a space on the hard drive of your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone or any other device optimised for the Internet) when you visit a website. It allows the issuer of the cookie to identify the terminal on which it was stored and to save, during the period of validity or storage of said cookie, certain information relating to your browsing history in order, for example, to make it easier for you to browse on a website, to secure your connection or to adapt the content of a website to your interests.

Other technologies with similar functions to cookies may also be used.

1. MGI cookies

These are cookies that may be set by MGI on your terminal when you are browsing on our website. These cookies allow us to personalise and continually improve your experience on our website.

MGI® cookies are valid for a maximum of 13 months.

What types of cookies are used on www.mgi-ci5.com?

Different types of cookies are used on our website for different purposes.

Cookie management

You can manage cookies in a number of ways. You can express and/or modify your choices at any time.

1. Setting cookies from your Internet browser

You can configure your Internet browser so that cookies are saved on your terminal or, on the contrary, that they are rejected systematically or according to their sender. You can also configure your browser so that you are offered the option of accepting or rejecting cookies before a cookie is stored on your terminal.

2. Setting cookies using this button:

Cookie settings (link to cookie settings)

For more information on cookies, you can also visit the website of the French Commission for Information Technology and Liberties: www.cnil.fr

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