Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy


We use cookies on our website. A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer as soon as you visit a website. When you visit the site again, the cookie indicates that it is a repeat visit. The cookie contains no personal information.


Furthermore, cookies can be used to select settings which you prefer, such as language and country settings, in order to make them available on your next visit.


We do not use the IP addresses or cookies to personally identify you.


For more information about cookies, including information on how to set, organise, block or delete cookies, visit The website provides detailed instructions on how to set and delete cookies, depending on your browser type. You can set your browser to match your personal security level. At the bottom of this page, we have included references to cookie settings in different browsers to the extent that we are aware of them.


We have tried to list all cookies that we and our technology partners use. Please note that this list is partly incomplete and will be updated gradually. Should you determine any discrepancy or think that a cookie is missing, please contact our data privacy experts at


Tracking Cookies:

from Google:

  • Cookie names:
    • _ga
    • _gat
    • _gid
    • NID
      • CONSENT
      • 1P_JAR


Functional Cookies:

  • SSESS*
    • Drupal session cookie, is set only after a login
  • Cookie-agreed
    • Saves, if Privacy Policy is accepted 

These functional cookies are used to gather information about the usage behaviour of our website visitors. We use this information to generate reports and improve our website. These cookies are a way of obtaining anonymised data, including user numbers, about where a visitor comes from, and about which page they are calling. For an overview of the Google Analytics privacy policy, please visit:


To learn how to set cookies in your browser, please visit:

Internet Explorer:


Google Chrome: