Cookie policy

How we use cookies

We use cookies to customise the website contents and adverts, support social media features and analyse the website traffic. In addition, we might share information on how you use our pages with our analytics and media partners. Our partners can combine this information with other information that you have supplied to them or that has been collected when you have used their services.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file sent from our web server and stored by your browser. There are two types of cookies, regular cookies and session cookies. Session cookies are deleted when you close your browser, while ordinary cookies remains on your computer for a set period of time.

How to remove or block cookies?

Some cookies are session-specific, which disappear when you leave the website. Some cookies are so-called persistent cookies that last for a certain period of time (from a few days to tens of months). Third-party cookie storage times can be found in their own service providers cookie policies.

Should you wish for even more privacy, you can also use your browsers incognito-mode. If you wish to remove all cookies from your device, we would advice you to check the settings of your browser and follow their instructions to remove cookies and browsing data.

Third party cookies we use

We also use third-party cookies on our website, for example for marketing. This means that for example when you visit our site, you’re likely to see our ads elsewhere on the web. You can manage the use of cookies and advertising views in the settings page of a third party.

Google Analytics

The Google Analytics application uses cookies to create statistics and analyses regarding the usage of the website. Cookies collect anonymous information about the traffic on the website. Such information cannot be connected to individual persons.

Google reCAPTCHA

We use Google reCAPTCHA to secure forms and prevent spam. By using reCAPTCHA, data will be transmitted to Google using Google to determine whether the visitor is human or spam.

Facebook pixel

The Facebook pixel is an analytics tool that makes it possible to measure the effectiveness of marketing and understand customersā€™ website behaviour. Pixel data is used to build target groups for advertising and show adverts to the right persons, for example.