Our website uses cookies to record visitor traffic and to enable and facilitate the use of the website. A cookie is a small text file that is sent to a customer’s web browser. The file usually contains an identification number and does not damage the device. By using this website, you accept our cookie policy and the installation of cookies on your computer or mobile device.

1. What are cookies?

A cookie is a small, anonymous, user-specific text file that is stored in a user’s web browser. Only the server that set the cookie can later read the cookie and recognise the browser e.g. when the user returns to a previously visited site. Cookies do not harm the user’s device, and cookies do not usually identify the user personally.
Cookies are divided into session and persistent cookies. Session cookies expire when a user ends a session on the website. Persistent cookies remain in the browser for a specified time or until they are deleted by the user.

2. Why do we use cookies?

Cookies can make the site easier to use. They enable a variety of functions, such as session memory, user personalisation, authentication, language selection, and targeting of advertising. By way of example, cookies can be used to identify a user’s devices and customise potential advertisements. When you return to the site, cookies identify your computer. They remember what choices you made on your previous visit and allow for a more comfortable user experience.

3. How are cookies used?

Some cookies are necessary for the website to work properly. These cookies do not remember the sites chosen by the user and do not collect information that could be used for marketing purposes. Performance cookies collect anonymous information about how visitors use our website. Examples of this type of information include most-used pages and possible error messages. They do not collect personally identifiable information from users, but are only used to improve the functionality of websites.

Third-party ancillary services on the Website, such as advertisements, YouTube videos, Google Stats, or Facebook plug-ins, may store information for the purposes of user identification that we cannot control. If you want to prevent them from tracking your movements online, you can disable the so-called third-party cookies in your web browser settings. For more information on the settings, see the help page for your web browser. Our website may also have buttons that make it easier to share content on social media and different online communication platforms. If you use these buttons, the service you select can set a cookie on your terminal. These cookies are not within our control. For information on the use of third-party cookies, go to the website of the relevant organisation.

4. Cookie management

The cookie settings of your web browser allow you to manage cookies and, if you wish, to prevent their use. You can set your browser to notify you when cookies are being sent to your computer. Blocking cookies may affect the operation of the website or parts of it.

List of cookies used by this website uses cookies to provide and develop the website and services, and to target contents and communications. The above cookie policy information describes how uses cookies, social plug-ins and analytics, and uses the information.

The following is a list of measurements and research technologies used by to support customer analysis and contents recommendation, as well as the cookies saved to browsers:

Performance and user-experience cookies

CloudFlare (first-party cookies)

Targeting cookies

Google Analytics (first-party cookies)
YouTube (third-party cookies)