What is a cookie?
On your first visit to our website, we already informed you about these cookies and asked consent to place them on your device. Below, we explain what cookies are used for:
- Technical cookies
Technical cookies are necessary for the website to work properly. These cookies optimise the user experience. No personal data is processed via technical cookies.
- Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies are used to collect information about how website visitors use and perceive our website. This information enables us to optimise the website, make sure it is working properly, and improve the user experience. No personal data is processed via analytical cookies.
- Marketing cookies
Marketing cookies, also known as tracking cookies, are used to track the browsing behaviour of website visitors online. If you consent, we will place tracking cookies so that we can show personalised advertisements, offers and discount promotions through various online channels, among other things.
This website uses Facebook Pixel, an analysis tool from Facebook which helps us analyse the website. The information generated by this cookie is sent to Facebook and stored on its servers. Facebook uses this data to make bulk reports about the site use of all users.
The cookie only stores data on aspects such as the Facebook users who visit the website, the pages these users visit, etc. This pixel also tracks user behaviour after seeing or clicking on a Facebook advertisement. Facebook evaluates the effectiveness of advertisements in this way. Data is stored by Facebook and processed in such a way that it can identify an individual user profile. Facebook can therefore use the data for its own advertising purposes, in accordance with Facebook’s data policy.
Deleting or disabling cookies
You can, of course, disable our cookies, but this might mean that the website does not work optimally. Click the following links to find out how to disable or delete cookies for each browser: