What exactly is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which saves your internet settings. Nearly every website uses cookie-technology, which is downloaded from your internet browser when you visit a website for the first time. The next time you visit the site with the same device, the cookie and the stored information is either sent back to the website where it was produced or to another website it is connected to (third party cookie). Thus, the website knows that it has already been called by the browser and it will, in some cases, vary its content. Cookies can be extremely useful as they allow websites to customise and better match your preferences each time you visit the site. As long as you use the same device and the same browser, cookies will be able to record your preferences and inform us on how you use the website and is then able to customise the offers to be suited to your needs.
Your cookie settings on this website
These cookies cannot be deactivated on our own webpage. However, at any time you can disable cookies in your browser. Examples of approval-free cookies / listing of consent-free cookies
Authorized first - party cookies on this website
Other cookies however, that are not strictly required by law in order to be able to use the website, do perform important tasks. Without these cookies, features that allow you to easily browse our website would no longer be available. For example, pre- completed forms. Settings made by you, such as for example a language selection, would be unable to be saved and would be queried again on each website. Furthermore, we would no longer be able to respond by customising offers to your individual needs.
Use of third-party cookies that are subject to approval on this website
The advantages of cookies
Some cookies are extremely useful because they can improve the user experience when you visit a website that you have already visited several times. Assuming that you use the same device and browser as before, cookies will store your information, such as your preferences. This tells us how you use our pages and enables us to customize the content displayed to suit your personal interests and needs.
Managing and deleting cookies
If you want to block or delete cookies, you can make these changes in the browser settings. To manage cookies, most browsers allow you to accept or reject all cookies or accept only certain types of cookies. You can also set it to ask you every time a website wants to save a cookie. Yet the procedures for managing and deleting cookies vary, depending on which browser you use. To find out how to do this in a specific browser, you can use the browser's built-in help or alternatively visit http://www.aboutcookies.org. Here you will find a step by step guide on how to manage and delete cookies in most popular browsers.