Cookies are short text files or small packets of information that are stored by your Internet browser on your end device (computer, tablet, laptop or mobile phone) when you visit different websites and pages on the Internet. The main purpose of cookies is to make the user recognisable when they return to the Website. Some cookies also have a more specific use, such as to remember user behaviour on the Website and to make it easier for the user to use the Website. More information on how cookies work can be found on the Internet.
How are cookies used on this Website?
Cookies may also be used for direct marketing purposes, namely to present digital commercial messages to the user outside the Website.
What cookies are used on this Website?
This type of cookie makes it easier for you to use the site, as they store information temporarily, only within the session of the browser used. Typically, the information that is stored through them is what goods or services you have added to your basket, which pages of the site you have visited and how you have discovered certain information. These cookies do not collect information from your end device and are automatically deleted when you leave the Website or end your browser session.
They enable us to store specific browsing information, such as analysing your visits to the Website, how you have arrived at the Website, what pages you have viewed, what options you have selected, and where this Website has lead you to. Tracking this information enables us to make improvements to the Website, including correcting errors and expanding content. The retention period of this type of cookie varies according to its specific purpose.
Third party cookies
The Website may contain links to other websites or embedded content from other websites, e.g. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, partner websites. It is possible that when you visit these websites or open content from them, cookies from these websites are stored on your end device. It is these cookies that are defined as “third party cookies” and we have no control over the generation and management of these cookies. We therefore advise you to seek information about them and how they are managed on the relevant third party websites.
Disabling or blocking cookies
Controlling, disabling or blocking cookies is controlled by your browser settings. Please note that completely disabling the use of all cookies may affect the functional performance of the site, its effectiveness and access to certain information.