Cookie policy

This page describes the cookie policy of Exmore, available at http://www.exmore.com

What are cookies?

As with almost any professional website, this website uses cookies, which are small text files which are stored on your device when you visit and/or use a website to enhance your experience. This page describes which information is collected, how we use this and why we sometimes have to store this information. We will also share how you can avoid that these cookies are saved, but this may negatively impact your visiting experience or disable specific features of the website.

For more general information on cookies, you may visit the Wikipedia page on HTTP cookies.

How we use cookies

We use cookies for a variety of reasons, which are described in detail below. Unfortunately, in most cases, there are no standard options to disable cookies without also impacting some of the functionality/features of the website. Generally, it is recommended to accept all cookies of which you are unsure if you need these, or if these are used by a service you are using.

Disabling cookies

You can avoid the creation/usage of cookies by modifying the settings of your browser (please refer to your browsers’ Help topics on cookie disabling). Please be aware that disabling cookies will impact the functionality and available feature of this website as well as other websites you may be using.

Do Not Track response

Certain browsers provide a ‘Do Not Track’-option which sends a DNT (short for ‘Do Not Track’) signal to any website as you visit them, indicating that you do not wish to have your online activities tracked. This is different from blocking cookies since browsers with the DNT option enabled do still accept cookies. However, currently there is no industry-standard on how companies should handle such a DNT signal. In an effort to comply with your wishes, we handle a DNT signal by disabling our third-party analytics plugins. More information about ‘Do Not Track’ can be found on www.allaboutdnt.org.

The cookies we use

1. Account-related cookies
If you create or request an account with us, then we will use cookies for the management of the registration or login process. These cookies are usually deleted when you log off, though in some cases they may keep existing to remember certain website preferences after the logoff process.

2. Login related cookies
We use cookies when you log in to our website to remember who you are. This ensures that you do not need to log in at every page you wish to visit. These cookies are typically removed or cleared when you log off, in order to ensure limited access area’s of the website are only available to those who are logged in.

3. Form related cookies
When you submit information through a website form, such as the contact form on our contact page, it is possible that cookies are generated to save your user data for future corresponcence purposes.

Third Party Cookies

We also use cookies which are supplied to us by trusted third parties. This section of our cookie policy describes which third party cookies are possibly used while you visit our website.

This website uses Google Analytics which is one of the most widespread and trusted website analytics solutions on the internet; to help us better understand how people use our website, so that we can improve your website visit experience. These cookies track information such as how long you have visited our website and which pages you have visited. For more information about Google Analytics cookies, you can visit the official Google Analytics website.

More information

Hopefully, this clarifies/answers any and all questions you may have in regards to our use of cookies. If you still have any questions left or would like additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us through any of our preferred contact methods.

Contact

Exmore Benelux BVBA
Ketelaarstraat 8
2340 Beerse
Belgium
E-mail: info@exmore.com