Cookie policy

Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Last updated: May 20, 2019

How do we use cookies?

Our website uses cookies to distinguish you from other users visiting the website This helps to ensure the best experience of your interaction with the website and its improvement.

We also use cookies in marketing emails (which will be provided to you if you have previously agreed to use this method of communication) to understand the user's attitude towards our marketing policies. It helps us build it to fit your needs and make our communication more comfortable.

Below you can find a list of specific cookies we use.

What are cookies and how do they work?

Cookies are data pieces that a website transfers to your hard drive for storage, and sometimes for collection of certain information about you. Most web-browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can customize settings so that they do not receive similar files. This can be done using the help screen or by directions. However, after refusing to receive cookies, you will not be able to continue enjoying all benefits that our website offers. Cookies are unique to the server that created them; other servers cannot access them. This means that cookies cannot be used to track your web surfing. Although these files help to identify the computer of an individual user, they do not identify his identity, nor store the passwords or credit card information.

You can learn more about cookies by following

What kind of cookies do we use?

We use the following types of cookies:

Extremely necessary cookies.

These are the files that are required for proper functioning of our website and are in accordance with the terms of the agreement concluded between us. Such cookies include, for example, files that allow you to view the protected pages of our website, use the shopping cart, or the services of creating electronic invoices.

Analytical/operational cookies.

They allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors, as well as to analyse their site traffic. This helps us improve the work of the website, for example, help users easily find the information they want.

Functional cookies.

Used to recognize you when you revisit our website. This allows us to congratulate you on the name, as well as to have information about your previous selection (for example, language or region) and preferences, personalize the content of the website.

Targeting cookies.

These cookies record your visit to, the pages you visited, and the links that you've clicked on. We need information about your choice and personal preferences so that the website and advertisements appearing on it are more relevant to your interests. For the same reason, we may share similar data with third parties as well.

Where to find out more about the cookies that we use?

List of cookies we use:

  • PHPSESSID: It contains a reference to a session stored on the web server which expires when you close your browser.
  • _ga: Allows counting of user visits and traffic sources.
  • _gat_UA-*-*: Allows counting of user visits and traffic sources.
  • _gid: Stores and updates a unique value for each page visited.
  • __utmv*: Cookie set by Google Analytics to analyse visitor information.
  • _mkto_trk: Allows tracking of your usage of our Site.
  • cookies-law: Allows tracking consent to the usage of cookies whilst viewing our website.
  • visitor_id*: Visitor Cookie set by Pardot stores the activities of visitors and prospects.
  • visitor_id*-hash: Cookie set by Pardot, used to assign a randomly generated number as a client identifier.
  • incap_ses_*_*: These first party cookies are set by a third party service to filter out malicious requests.
  • visid_incap_*_*: These first party cookies are set by a third party service to filter out malicious requests.
  • ip2location_redirection_first_visit: IP2Location provides information on what country a visitor is coming from.

When do our cookies expire?

Except for the extremely necessary cookies, the term of all the files used by our site will expire no later than 2 years after the record.

What happens if you turn off the cookies?

What happens after you turn off the cookies depends on which cookie you turn off. But in most cases the use of the website will be limited. Here are detailed instructions on how to turn off the cookies in most browsers.

Turn off the cookies in Internet Explorer

1. Select the "Tools" menu, then "Internet Options".

2. Click the "Privacy" tab.

3. Change the settings.

Turn off the cookies in Google Chrome

1. Select "Settings", then "Advanced".

2. In the "Privacy and Security" section, click "Web Content."

3. Click "Cookies".

Turn off the cookies in Safari

1. Select "Options", then "Privacy".

2. Select "Delete All".

Turn off the cookies in Firefox

1. Select the "Tools" menu, then "Options".

2. Click on the "Privacy" tab.

3. Find the "Cookie" menu and select the appropriate options.

Turn off the cookies in Opera

Opera 6.0 and latest:

1. Select the "Files" menu, then "Settings".

2. Go to the "Privacy & Security" tab.

3. Select "Cookies".

Cookie tips

If you do not have permissions for certain types of cookies that ensure correct operation of the site, we will remind you about this.