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Below you will find information on the different uses we make of cookies. If so desired, you can disable the installation of some cookies; however, doing so can have consequences on the site’s use and on the services we offer.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are necessary for the website to work correctly. They allow you to browse the site, search for products and other services, and order. Without these cookies, we may not provide the services you are looking for on our website.
Performance Cookies These cookies allow us to understand how users use our site, to analyze and improve site performance. For example, they help us to know what pages are most and least popular. Include items such as number of visitors, how long users stay on the site and the sources of access. This allows us to know what we do well and what we need to improve and also to make sure that the pages load quickly and display well. All the information gathered through these cookies is anonymous and it is not linked to personal information about you.
Advertising or Tracking Cookies These cookies are used to display advertisements that may be relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an ad and to help measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign and can be used to show relevant ads on other web sites you visit.
List and Description of Cookies
__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz These are persistent and performance cookies, and are used as part of our web analytics to monitor traffic activity and compile reports on how users use our website. Please find below a more detailed explanation of each type of cookie in Google Analytics:
UTMA: This cookie keeps track of the number of times a user has been on our website, on his/her first visit and when was the last time it happened.
UTMB and UTMC: these cookies work together in order to calculate the duration of a visit. UTMB collects information on the exact point in time when a visitor enters our site, while UTMC collects information on the exact point in time when a visitor leaves the website. UTMB expires at the end of the session. UTMC waits for 30 minutes and then expires (this period is necessary to ensure that no further activity occurs).
UTMZ: This cookie keeps track of where the visitor comes, as which search engine was used, if a link was clicked, which keyword is used and from which part of the world the user accesses our website.
These cookies are provided and managed entirely by Google.
GAPS, HSID, SSID, APISID, PREF, NID, SID
Cookies of Google Maps to display geographic locations. These cookies are provided and managed entirely by Google.
pm_sess This cookie allows other websites to know that you have visited our website. This way they can show you content that may be of your interest. This is a DoubleClick cookie (Google).
How can Cookies be Managed in the Browser?
The user can manage the cookies installed on the computer by configuring the browser options. Here you will find how to change the cookies configuration options in the leading browsers for your PC version. If you use other browsers or platforms, please see the documentation provided by the browser’s developer. Information shown here is for the configuration for existing versions at the time of the preparation of this documentation. Instructions may differ in future versions of browsers. In this case, please refer to the corresponding section of the developer support.
To set the permissions associated with cookies on the Google Chrome browser:
Click on the menu in the toolbar.
Click on Show advanced options.
In the Privacy section click the Content Settings button.
In the Cookies section the options can be managed.