We use cookies on our website

We use cookies (or cookies as they are also called) to make it easier for you who visit our website. In other words, it aims to give you a better user experience. If we are not allowed to save cookies on your computer, we would like to clarify that this will affect your use of our website negatively. According to the new law on electronic communications which entered into force on 25 July 2003, all visitors to websites that use cookies must be informed of this. The visitor must also be given the opportunity to prevent cookies from being stored on the computer.

What is a cookie and which ones do we use?

A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer when you visit a website that uses this. The next time you visit the same website, it can read your text file and display the pages according to your settings. There are different types of cookies, partly session cookies that save information in your browser until you close it or end your visit to the website, partly third-party cookies that save information about your use of the website.

Why do we use it?

We sometimes use cookies and then only for the purpose of making it easier for you as a visitor and to improve your user experience.

And if I don’t want you to save cookies?

If you do not accept that these are saved on your computer, you can change the settings in your browser so that they are not saved. But then you should be well aware that the functionality when you visit our website will not be as good.