The hereby stated disclosure is specifically intended to describe cookie types, their use and to provide information about actions to reject or delete cookies on a website.

1. What are cookies?
Cookies small text files containing information to be saved directly on a user’s device and automatically resubmitted to the server at each occurrence or subsequent website access. A cookie typically contains the name of the website the cookie is generated on, its length and value. By default, almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies.

2. What is the purpose of cookies?
Cookies are used for authentication, session saving and monitoring, and to store information. Cookies can also be used to collect and monitor data and information on users’ habits in order to profile them for promotional activities or focused marketing operations.

3. Cookie origin
Cookies can be created and maintained directly by the website users are visiting or they can be created and maintained by third parties.

4. What cookies are used on
Our cookies:
All Cookies fall under the category of technical cookies for which the hereby stated disclosure is compulsory but explicit user consent is not.

  • Navigation or session cookies
  • Session cookies automatically generated by the server.
  • Cookie analytics
  • Cookie about latest visit date.
  • Cookie to retrieve the original site id or newsletter campaign id from url.
  • Functionality cookies
  • Cookies to see Cookie Policy message
  • Cookies to determine language and country of origin in order to display all information in the correct language and with the correct VAT rate depending on the country of origin.
  • Cookies to retrieve login details to prevent users from entering them again.

Third-party cookie:

  • Google analytics
    This web analytics service collects information about how visitors use our website, the website users came from, number of visits per user and how long users remain on our website. Such information does not record specific details regarding single users and is needed to draft web usage statistics at aggregate level. It uses a cookie set to collect all necessary information. Google may use collected data to frame and customise ads out of its advertising network. Link to Privacy policy
  • Google AdWords
    Google AdWords is a Google service is used for conversion tracking and remarketing. Google AdWords uses and manages cookies to collect the information needed for its functioning. Link to Privacy policy
  • Google Maps
    Through this service we embed maps from Google Maps and use Google geolocation services; as a result, when you visit a page embedding content from Google Maps you may receive cookies from Google. Link to Privacy policy
  • Paypal
    This service is a payment processing service operated by third parties. Data entered by the user to complete payment processes are captured directly by operators of payment services without being in any way dealt with on our website. Some of these services may also allow programmed messages to be sent to users, such as emails containing invoices or payment notifications. PayPal is an online payment management service via credit card and other tools from which you may receive cookies. Link to Privacy policy
  • Facebook Like and Share
    Like and Share buttons on Facebook allow you to interact with Facebook social network. These features create Facebook cookies on your browser. Link to Privacy policy
  • Google +1
    Google +1 button allows you to interact with Google social network. This feature creates Google cookies on your browser. Link to Privacy policy

5. Cookie control, deleting and ban
By browsing you implicitly consent to our use of cookies. By default browsers typically accept cookies both from and third-party websites.
You can always change these settings in different ways depending on your browser.
If you use different devices to browse and access websites (e.g. computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), you must make sure that each browser on each device is adjusted to reflect your cookie preferences.

Disabling cookies may affect your website experience. For instance, you might not be able to see specific sections or receive customised information.
To manage your cookie preferences you must adjust your settings as follows depending on your browser:
Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome