"Cookies" - or information capsules - are standard technology that more or less all websites use today. A cookie can be described as a small text file that is placed in your web browser's internal memory. It offers us the opportunity to gain an overview of what is placed in the shopping cart, which products are presented and other statistics that we use to make our websites better for our users. The most commonly used web browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set up to accept cookies automatically, but users can choose to change their settings so that cookies are not accepted. We would like to emphasize that many websites will not function optimally if cookies are not accepted.

Like most other websites, we gather information automatically and store it in log files on our servers for a period of time. This information includes, for example, the type of web browser, broadband provider (ISP), operating system, date and time of the visit, and other statistics that are used to improve our websites. In some cases, this information is also used to tailor our marketing.

The information that is gathered is only used internally and will not be forwarded to a third party and/or other parties.  We never store information that can identify you personally.

Most web browsers offer the option to block tracking cookies in the menu under "Settings".  It is also possible to block cookies for advertising purposes here

Cookies we use on our websites

Identifies your session ID and is deleted when you close your browser.

Google Analytics
Used for web analytics, e.g. so that we can measure how many people visited a particular page.

Google Tag Manager
Used to more easily handle different scripts running on our websites.

Used for retargeting, i.e. to display relevant advertisements to you when you visit other pages after visiting our website.

Used for web analytics, e.g. to record individual sessions.  However, everything that you enter in forms during your visit is anonymized and is only available to us in anonymized form.  However, we can follow mouse movements and clicks.