What are cookies?
Cookies are pieces of information that can be saved on your device (PC, tablet, smartphone) when visiting one of our sites. A cookie usually contains information about your use of a website, such as preferences and statistical information. It consists of e.g. the name of the website it came from , the lifetime of the cookie and an automatically generated unique number.
Cookies serve various purposes to let our websites functioning properly when you visit them and help us improving them in the future. These are the categories of cookies we use and how you benefit from them:
Functional: Anonymous data is gathered to let you browse the website and benefit from all its functionality. For example, it allows you to use online forms to contact us or subscribe to a newsletter. These cookies are required to let our website work, and it is therefore not possible to disable them.
Social Media: These cookies enable users to share content with others on for example Twitter and Facebook, give us feedback and participate in surveys
Statistical: Anonymous information about how well the website is performing while you’re visiting. This gives us insight in how we can improve our website to increase the ease of use for you.
Advertising: Information that helps our website remember your choices and preferences. We can use that information to provide you with more relevant content and make any advertising fit your interests better.