What are cookies?
A cookie is a small data file that is attached to your computer's hard drive, smartphone or other IT equipment. It enables your device/IP address to be recognised and information to be collected regarding the pages you visit, the choices you make and the functions you implement. We use our own cookies as well as third-party cookies. A third-party cookie is a cookie which is created and placed by external partners, e.g. partners that provide content for our websites, suppliers of some of our functions on the websites, or programmes that we use for analysis and marketing. Through the third party cookies, these external partners may collect personal data such as your IP address and information about your browsing behaviour.
(1) Functional cookies
Functional cookies make the site work better. We use these cookies to temporarily save information from your session (website visit), e.g. saving items you added to your basket or remembering what you added into a form. Some of the functional cookies are necessary cookies. This means that these cookies are necessary to make the website work. You cannot deny or disable cookies qualifying as necessary cookies.
(2) Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies allow us to measure the performance of our website and social media profiles by recognising and counting number of visitors and by seeing which products our visitors view and are interested in or which marketing campaigns/activities they engage with. This helps us to improve and develop the services and products, we offer our customers and our marketing initiatives. In this regard, we may collect information about your device, e.g. your screen resolution and browser, and information about your internet connection, e.g. your IP address. Through these analytical cookies we also register from which page our visitors came to our websites, and our visitors’ browsing on our sites, e.g. when and how long our sites were visited, what functionalities were used and what products were viewed. All this information is only used on an aggregated level, meaning that it cannot be directly linked to you.
(3) Marketing cookies
Links to other websites
If you use a link from our websites to a third party's website, you should be aware that cookies may also be used on such third party websites which are not covered by this policy. We encourage you to examine such websites' cookie policies.
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