What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is sent to your computer when you access the website. The cookie contains a unique code that allows a website to recognize a user based on the device being used. On your next visit to the website, based on the cookies, it will remember information about your preferences (e.g., language choice, favorite companies, recent searches, etc.). Cookies generally make interaction between the visitor and the website easier and faster. By using cookies, the content or advertising on a website can also be made more relevant to the visitor, since it can be adapted to their personal preferences.
What cookies are used and what is their purpose?
The following cookies are essential for visitors to browse the website and use its features. None of this information can be used to identify visitors as all data is anonymized.
Purpose: To remember various visitor preferences on the website.
Duration: For the duration of the browser session.
Purpose: To be able to deliver the website in the visitor's preferred language (if the website contains multiple languages).
Duration: 1 year.
Purpose: To be able to display prices in the currency corresponding to the visitor's preferences.
Duration: 30 days.
Purpose: To validate if the visitor is human and to reduce spam from contact forms.
Duration: 1 year.
Third-party cookies collect information about how visitors use the website, such as which pages they visited and which links they clicked on. None of this information can be used to identify visitors, as all data is anonymized.
Purpose: Records a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data about how visitors use the website
Duration: 2 years.
Purpose: Records a unique ID used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website
Duration: 24 hours.
Purpose: Used by Google Analytics to see how quickly requests are completed.
Duration: 10 minutes.
Purpose: Used to measure the efficiency of ads and provides insight into how visitors use the website.
Duration: 180 days.
Purpose: Used to generate statistical data through a specific ID about how the visitor uses the website.
Duration: 1 year.
Purpose: Used to generate statistical data when a visitor's first and last visit occurred
Duration: 2 years
Purpose: Used to indicate the source or campaign how the user reached the site
Duration: 6 months
When you as a visitor agree to cookies on the cookie notification banner, we log the following information on our servers:
Time: a record of when exactly the consent was given.
Domain name: the URL of the website where consent was given.
Cookie banner text: the text on the cookie banner at the time of consent. IP address: the IP address of the visitor at the time of consent.
UUID: to match a permission to a specific visitor, we add a 32-digit universally unique identifier (UUID) to each given permission. This UUID is randomized and completely anonymized.
Giving permission for cookies
As a user, you can choose whether you want to accept only "necessary" or also "third-party" cookies. You do this by clicking on 1 of the 2 buttons at the bottom of the website in the cookie banner:
1. "Accept selection": if you as a user click this button, you give your consent for the "Necessary" cookies, which are essential to use the website during your visit(s).
2. "Accept All": if you as a user click this button, you consent to the "Necessary" & "Third Party Cookies" to be used during your visit(s) to the website.
Withdrawal of consent
At any time, you as a user can change your consent to the use of "Third Party Cookies". At the bottom of the website, after a previous approval of "Third Party Cookies", you can always click on the "Cookies" button to change your consent.
After clicking this "Cookies" button at the bottom of the web page, you will see a new button appear, namely, "Withdraw Cookie Consent". After clicking the "Withdraw Cookie Consent" button, you as a user will withdraw the consent you have previously given for loading cookies on this website. The next time you visit the website, the cookie information banner will be displayed again and you will be able to select your cookie preferences again.