The use of cookies

We use cookies when offering electronic services. A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent along with the pages of this website and is stored onto the hard disk of your computer by your browser. We use cookies to remember your settings and preferences. You can turn off these cookies in the menu of your browser.


Explanation of the use of cookies on the website

Through some of the pages of our website, third parties place ''tracking cookies'' on your computer. These cookies are used to keep track of the pages you visit, so they can build a profile of your online behaviour. The cookies we use are only put to use when completing an order on our website, so we can measure the statistics of successful completions of orderings in bookings and requests for quotations. These cookies are not connected to any profile of you. The profile previously mentioned is built up based on resembling information collected by third parties when you visit other websites on which they advertise. This profile is not connected to your IP-address, name, home address, e-mail address and like information, if known by us, but is only used to adjust advertisements to your profile, so that they are as much as possible relevant to you. This information can not be linked to your personal data.


Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to collect information on how our visitors use our website and how effective our advertisements are in Google search results pages and advertisements. The information we require in this manner is, with the exception of the address of your computer (IP-address), transferred to Google and stored on its servers. Your IP-address is explicitly not passed on. You can read Google's privacy policy for more information, as well as the specific Google Analytics privacy policy. Google uses this information to collect information about the use of our website, to be able to provide us reports about the website and to offer its advertisers information about the effectivity of their campaigns. Google can provide third parties this information when Google is legally bound to do so or when a third party processes the information in assignment by Google. This is beyond our influence. We have not given Google permission to use the acquired analytics information for other Google services.


Facebook Connect

Facebook uses technologies such as cookies, pixels and local storage to provide various products and services and to gain insight in their use. More information.

Facebook uses these technologies to do things like:

  • Making Facebook easier or faster to use
  • Activate functions, store data (on the presently used machine or in the browser cache) or information about the use of Facebook
  • Display of advertisements, gaining insight and improving them
  • Keep track of the use of Facebook's products and services and gaining insight in them to protect you, others and Facebook
  • Facebook can use them for instance to record your login status, to help you use social plugins and share buttons or to find out when there is interaction between you and our advertising or platform partners

Facebook and its partners, external parties and other partners use these technologies for security purposes and to provide products, services and advertisements, but also to understand how people use their products, services and advertisements.


Facilitate Digital

A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user’s hard drive that can contain information such as banners seen or sites visited. Facilitate Digital may use cookies for a number of purposes. For example for aggregated and cumulative information such as reach and frequency of a given banner or campaign and for ensuring that the appropriate click through is used for a given banner. At present Facilitate Digital does not use cookies to measure and track individual’s Internet surfing habits or any other profiling information. Nor are they used to obtain personally identifiable information.


Twitter search functionality for the twitter-plugin

Twitter uses a cookie because of the Twitter widget we have installed on our site. Twitter is not using visits to pages in the Twitter ecosystem for advertising purposes, and has no plans to do so. Twitter also does not sell the gathered information to third parties.



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