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Cookie Policy

We use cookies to provide you with the best possible service on our website. If you continue to use this website, you consent to our use of cookies.

Wat are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is placed by a website's server in your computer's browser or on your mobile device when you consult the website. The cookie contains a unique code which makes it possible to recognize your browser during the visit to the website (a so-called 'session' cookie) or during subsequent, repeated visits (a so-called 'permanent' cookie). Cookies can be placed by the server of the website you are visiting or by partners with whom this website works. The server of a website can only read the cookies it has placed itself, it has no access to other information found on your computer or mobile device. Cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device in the folder of your browser. The content of a cookie usually consists of the name of the server that placed the cookie, an expiration date and a unique number code.

Cookies generally make the interaction between the visitor and the website easier and faster and help the visitor to navigate between the different parts of a website. Cookies can also be used to make the content of a website or the publicity on a website more relevant for the visitor and adapt it to his personal taste and needs.

A cookie consists of a (unique) number or value. It does not contain any personal data.


We use different types of cookies:

  1. Necessary cookies: these cookies are indispensable to visit our websites and to use certain parts of them. For example, these cookies allow you to navigate between the different parts of the websites, to fill in forms, to place orders and to keep track of the contents of your shopping cart. Cookies are also necessary when you want to log in with your personal account in order to securely check your identity before we grant access to your personal information. If you refuse these cookies, certain parts of the website will not work or will not work optimally.


    Functional cookies: functional cookies are cookies that make the functioning of our websites easier and more pleasant for the visitor and ensure that you have a more personalized browsing experience. For example, these are cookies that remember your language preference and your customer segment, as well as the cookie that remembers whether you have already been asked to participate in a survey so that we don't present you with the same survey over and over again.

  3. Performance cookies: We use performance cookies to collect information about the use that visitors make of our websites in order to improve the content of our websites, to adapt them more to the wishes of the visitors and to increase the ease of use of our websites. For example, there is a cookie that helps us count the number of unique visitors and a cookie that keeps track of which pages are the most popular.

    We use Google Analytics to analyze how our visitors use this website and to improve their shopping experience. Google Analytics uses cookies to anonymously collect standard Internet log information and visitor behavior information. Please note the explicit addition of the term "anonymous", as no personally identifiable information about you is collected unless you explicitly provide us with this information via a form on this website.

    •    _utma: contains a unique and anonymous identification ID, so we can determine whether our website has been visited repeatedly by the same (unique) visitor.

    • _utmb: is used to establish or continue a unique user session. Each time you request a different page of the website, the cookie is updated and expires after 30 minutes.

    • _utmc: Works in conjunction with __utmb to determine when to create a new session for a website visitor. This is a session cookie that expires when you close the browser.

    • _utmz: tracks how you found us and is used to calculate website traffic and browsing behavior.

    • _utmv: relates to customized reporting segments, a feature we occasionally use on Google Analytics.

      We do not share our analytics data with other third parties.

    Third-party cookies: cookies set by another party are called third-party cookies. These cookies may "follow" you around various websites for a longer period of time but do not collect any personal data that would allow the third-party to identify you as an individual customer. The third parties who set these cookies may be suppliers who work with us to provide the website, companies

    Managing cookies

    Through your browser settings you can refuse the installation of cookies. You can also remove already installed cookies from your computer or mobile end device at any time.