What is a cookie?
We use several types of cookies, each with different functions. More information about cookies and their features can be found on one of the information websites, for example, allaboutcookies.org.
Our advertisers and third party service providers may also use Local Shared Objects (LSO), or Flash cookies, to collect and store data. Flash cookies are different from browser cookies in terms of their number, type, and type of data storage. You can not be deleted through the cookie management tools available to you in your browser. See the last section of this Cookie Information for more information on how to disable Flash cookies.
If you disable Flash cookies, you no longer have full access to the many features you need to support when you visit our website. In addition, not all our services work correctly.
What types of cookies are there?
The cookies used on this website can be divided into the following four categories. These descriptions are intended to help you determine how you would like to interact with our website and other online services.
1. Absolutely required cookies
These cookies play an essential role and allow you to navigate our website and to use certain functions. Without the essential cookies, you will not be able to use certain online services, such as shopping carts or calling invoices after confirming an order.
Your consent is not required for essential cookies, as they are essential if you wish to use our services.
2. Performance Cookies
We (or the service providers acting on our behalf) can save performance cookies on your computer. The information we collect using the Performance Cookies is used solely by us or in our interest.
Our performance cookies collect anonymous information about how you use this website and its features. For example, we use performance cookies to collect information about which pages you visit most often, whether you open and read our messages, which of our ads you click on other websites, and whether you receive an error message. Based on this collected data, we can personalize your online experience by displaying specific content. In addition, performance cookies can be used to limit the frequency with which the same ad is shown. Performance cookies do not collect any information that uniquely identifies you.
3. Functional Cookies
We (or the service provider acting on our behalf) can place functional cookies on your computer. Information that we collect through you through our functional cookies will not be passed on to our advertisers or to third parties.
Functional cookies allow us to store information about your settings (such as your preferred language, country, and other online parameters). They also allow us to directly offer you the personalized features and enhancements you choose. We also use feature cookies to provide you with certain online services or to prevent you from being offered certain online services that you previously identified as unwanted.
In certain cases, we may allow an advertiser or other third party to offer you content or online services from third party websites. In this case, third parties may place functional cookies on your computer and use them in the same manner as we do to offer you personalized features or improvements related to third-party content or offers.
By selecting personalized options, parameters, or feature enhancements, you give us (and the authorized third party) permission to use feature cookies to create a personalized experience.
If you disable Functional Cookies, any preferences and parameters you choose will be disregarded in future visits.
4. Cookies for targeted advertising
In addition, cookies and other tracking technologies may be used in messages addressed directly to you (for example, to see if the messages have been read or opened, what content you click on, or which links you follow). This enables us to better align our messages with your interests.
You can unsubscribe from these targeted messages by clicking on the appropriate link in the e-mails. Or log in to your account and choose the option to stop receiving marketing emails. To prevent targeted advertising based on your online behavior on this and other websites, please follow the instructions above (for targeted advertising).
Disabling / enabling cookies via your browser
Your browser has certain tools that you can use to manage cookies and other tracking technologies. You can accept or decline cookies by adjusting your browser settings accordingly. You can also set your browser to ask for your confirmation each time before accepting a cookie from the website you are visiting. Please note that if you disable all cookies, you will not be able to use all of our interactive features.
If you use multiple computers in different locations, make sure each browser is set to your preferences.
You can delete all cookies installed in your browser’s Cookies folder. Each browser offers different ways to manage your parameters. Click on the link on your browser below to read the instructions.
• Microsoft Windows Explorer
• Google Chrome
• Mozilla Firefox
• Apple Safari
If you are not using any of the above browsers, select the “Cookies” option in the “Help” function to find out where your cookies folder is stored.
Delete Flash Cookies
Click this link to change the settings for Flash cookies. Delete Flash-Cookies