Cookie policy

Last adjusted: 4 June 2020

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text and figure file that we store in your browser or on the hard disk of your computer. In that way, we can remember your preferences when using our website.

In this regard, so-called functional cookies, which improve website use for you, the visitor, and non-functional cookies, which collect statistics of our visitors, are deployed to enable us to improve our website for the future.

Unless you have adjusted your browser settings to disable cookies, our system cookies will store cookies from the moment that you visit our website.

Information on how we use cookies

Our website uses cookies and similar technologies to distinguish your user preferences from those of other users of our website. This helps us provide you with a better user experience when you visit our website and enables us to optimise our website.

However, cookies and similar technologies do not allow one to systematically collect data that might identify the users of our website. They only help us to improve the website, to understand what our users’ interests are and to measure how effective our website content is.

Pursuant to recent amendments to the law, all websites targeting certain parts of the European Union are obliged to request your consent to use or store cookies and similar technologies on your computers or mobile devices. This cookie policy gives you clear and comprehensive information on the cookies that we use and their purpose.

Please read our privacy policy to take due note of the privacy rules applicable to the website. Do not hesitate to contact us for further information regarding this cookie policy.

You can visit the following website for further information about removing or disabling cookies:

Which cookies do we use at

Below is an overview of the functional and non-functional cookies that are used on our website.

These cookies help us understand how visitors use the website by collecting and reporting data.

Purpose: used by Google Tag Manager to control the loading of the Google Analytics script tag.
Expires after 1 day.

Purpose: Registers a unique ID to generate statistics on how visitors use the website.
Expires after 1 day.

Purpose: Registers a unique ID to generate statistics on how visitors use the website.
Expires after 2 days.

Purpose: Statistical data
Expires after 1 day.

Purpose: Facebook advertisements.
Expires after 3 months.

How can I manage my cookies?

Ensure that cookies are allowed in your browser. You must do the following to allow cookies:

In the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser
Click “Internet Options” in the “Extra” menu of Internet Explorer.
In the “Privacy” tab, slide the settings slider to “low” or “accept all cookies” (setting higher than “medium” disables cookies).
Click “OK”.

In the Mozilla Firefox browser
Click “Firefox” in the top right corner of your browser of the menu button and then click “Options”.
In the “Privacy & Security” panel, make sure that the “Websites” send a “Do Not Track” signal, which informs them that you do not wish to be tracked, is not ticked off next to “Only when Firefox is set to disable famous trackers”.

In the Google Chrome browser
Click the “3 dots” at the top right corner of your browser window and select “settings”.
Click the “Privacy and security” tab, look for the “Privacy and security” part and select the button “Cookies are allowed” and “Allow all cookies” in the general settings.

In the – Safari browser
Click the “Cog” pictogram at the top of your browser window and select the “Preference” Option.
Click “Security” and ensure that the option that says: “Disable third-party

and advertisement cookies” is blank.
Click “Save”.

You can always contact us if you have any questions regarding this cookie policy.