A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the user’s computer after the user has visited an Internet page. The text file contains a small amount of information that only the Internet server can read when you visit the same web page next time. Some cookies are necessary for browsing the website.

We use cookies to ensure that our website is as user-friendly as possible and to offer our customers information and services that meet their individual needs.  Cookies also improve the usability of our webpage

Cookies help us understand how our users browse the site. For example, these cookies show us which are the most and least visited pages, how many people access the site, how long is spent on the site by most users and how they find us online. With this information we can find out which are the best features and which could be improved, while ensuring that site content is uploaded quickly and displayed appropriately. The information these cookies collect is anonymous and not associated with any of the user’s personal data. These functions on our site are managed by third-party service providers who render the data anonymous and untraceable to any single individual.