A cookie is a small text file that is sent from a website to your browser. These are stored on your computer and allow the website or service you visit to recognize your browser and keep statistics.

We use so-called non-privacy-infringing cookies. These help us to compile and collect anonymous data for web traffic on our site as well as interactions with our website, which allows us to create a better experience and tools in the future. The cookie only identifies the browser that is installed on your computer and that you use when visiting the current website (tablets and phones with an Internet connection are also included). Different cookies are thus on different computers in the case that you use different computers to reach our websites.

We may use cookies to:
Collect and compile data for web traffic and interactions with our website. We may also use the services of trusted third party providers to collect this data on our behalf.

Third-party providers that may use cookies:
• Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a tool for analyzing websites and which, among other things, analyzes the number of visitors and how they navigate so that we can improve our website. To learn more about how Google Analytics works, see

If you do not want cookies:
You can choose to warn your computer every time a cookie is saved, or turn off all cookies. You do this through the settings in your browser. Each browser has its ways of doing this; go to your browser's help menu to find out how you can change your cookie settings.

Contact Us
If you have any questions regarding this policy, you are always welcome to contact us.