In accordance with the Electronic Communication Act, which came into force 25 July 2003, all visitors to a web site shall be informed about the use of cookies on the web site and what they are used for.  You should also be given the opportunity to decline the use of cookies.

What are Cookies and what are they used for?

A cookie is a small information file that is placed on the user’s computer. Cookies cannot identify you personally when you visit our public pages, only the browser that is installed in your computer and which you use when you visit the site is identified. Cookies do not contain viruses and cannot destroy any information on your computer.

We use different types of cookies on our web site for different purposes:

The navigation cookie remembers the language you chose at your last visit to our public pages. This cookie is stored for a maximum period of one year after you have chosen the language for the first time. The session cookie on our customer pages is used to show the correct information for each user.

Turn off all cookies in your browser

If you do not accept the use of cookies you can turn them off via your browser’s (Internet Explorer, Netscape etc) security settings. However, this means that the functions on our web site will be limited.