Privacy Conditions

Privacy Policy
Cookie Policy
During a visit to this website, cookies are placed on the hard disk of your computer or mobile device.

What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that we store on your computer or mobile device when you visit the website.

Cookies are usually used to keep websites functioning optimally, to keep track of the actions of visitors to the website, to keep log-in details, etc. There are different types of cookies that can be distinguished according to their origin, function and lifetime .

Which cookies do we use and why?
We initially use "First party cookies". These are technical cookies that are used by the website and that aim to make the site function optimally. Example: settings that the user made on previous visits to the site.

We also use a number of "Third party cookies". These are technical cookies that are used by third parties and that are intended to inform us about your browsing behavior and about your technical data.

What types of cookies are there and what do they serve?
Essential cookies are cookies that are necessary for a website to function. They ensure that basic functions such as page navigation, security and load time can work.

Functional cookies are cookies that keep information about your choices and preferences on a website. For example, they remember your language choice, login details or the region in which you live.

Analytical cookies collect information about the behavior of website visitors and the performance of the website. The website can be improved on the basis of the results and visitors will receive a better user experience.

Marketing cookies follow the surfing behavior of website visitors and, based on that, create a user profile. That profile is used to personalize the browsing experience and, for example, to display personalized offers, advertisements, newsletters and such that match your interests.

Which cookies are placed via our site?
Type: first party
Type: essential cookie
Lifetime: session
Purpose: this cookie allows communication between web server and browser and temporarily saves information from your session. For example, it ensures that you do not have to fill out a form completely when you reload the page or make a mistake.
.ASPXFORMAUTH (session cookie)

Type: first party
Type: essential cookie
Lifetime: session
Purpose: this cookie allows communication between web server and browser and temporarily saves information from your session. For example, it ensures that you do not have to log in again on every page.
language (session cookie)

Type: first party
Type: essential cookie
Lifetime: 1 year after last visit
Purpose: to keep track of the language choice of the user
cb-enabled (session cookie)

Type: first party
Type: essential cookie
Lifetime: session
Goal: keep track of whether the visitor has accepted the notification at the cookie bar
__utma (Google Tag Manager)

Type: third party
Type: analytical cookie
Lifespan: 2 years
Aim: to distinguish unique users and sessions from each other
__utmb (Google Tag Manager)

Type: third party
Type: analytical cookie
Lifespan: 30 minutes
Goal: determines new sessions and visits
__Utmc (Google Tag Manager)

Type: third party
Type: analytical cookie
Lifetime: session
Goal: works together with the __utmb cookie to identify new sessions of returning visitors
__utmt (Google Tag Manager)

Type: third party
Type: analytical cookie
Lifetime: 10 minutes
Objective: slows down the request speed and ensures that data collection on sites with a lot of traffic is limited.
__utmz (Google Tag Manager)

Type: third party
Type: analytical cookie
Lifespan: 6 months
Purpose: identifies the source you have directed to our website
datr, act, sb, presence, fr, wd, xs, c_user, dpr (Facebook.com)

Type: third party
Type: marketing cookies
Lifetime: session and remain for a maximum of 2 years
Goal: creates a user profile to show relevant ads on Facebook.
SSID, SID, SAPISID, APISID, HSID, SS, NID, SIDCC (google.com)

Type: third party
Type: analytical and functional cookies
Lifetime: varies from end session to 2 years after the session
Goal: Stores user preferences and information when they visit pages where Google Maps or YouTube are integrated
NID, SID, APISID, 1P_Jar (google.com)

Type: third party
Type: marketing cookies
Lifetime: maximum 1 year
Goal: Show custom ads on Google websites based on recent searches and previous interactions.
CONSENT, UULE, DV (google.com)

Type: third party
Type: analytical and marketing cookies
Lifespan: is kept for a maximum of 2 years
Goal: collects data for Google Analytics in order to compose an anonymous user profile and to measure or advertise