Who is responsible for processing your data?
What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that are stored by your computer or mobile device when you visit our website.
Using cookies enables us, for example, to track how our website is being used and how we can further improve it. We also record how often an ad is displayed, so that we can better tailor the ads to your needs and interests and prevent you from seeing a certain ad too often.
What types of cookies do we use?
We use analytical cookies to collect statistics about the visitors to our website. Tracking how people use our site enables us to keep improving it in a way that benefits our customers.
Social media cookies make it possible to integrate functionalities from social-media websites, for example embedding a YouTube video showing one of our machines, adding directions in Google Maps or a ‘Like’ button for Facebook.
We use advertising cookies to track how many, and which, of the Henkelman advertisements that are displayed via our AdWords campaigns you have seen.
Recommendations, preferences and interest-based cookies
We also combine your online surf and search behaviour. We combine this data to show you relevant ads, tailored to your interests.
We use analytical cookies to collect information about the way that people are using our site. These statistics give us insight into things like how often people visit our site, and ways we might improve it. This enables us to continuously optimise the overall visitor experience. The data that is stored includes the following:
- The IP address (in anonymous form).
- Technical details such as the browser you’re using (such as Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox) and the resolution of your monitor.
- What page took you to the Henkelman website.
- When and how long you visit or use the Henkelman website.
- Which pages you visit on our website.
What do we use these cookies for?
Henkelman uses these cookies to track the total number of visitors to our website, measure the time spent per visit, and to determine the order in which visitors visit the different pages of our website.
To delete cookies in Internet Explorer, go to Tools > Internet Options > General. Click ‘Delete’ under Browsing History. You may not want to delete everything. Select ‘Cookies’ along with any other items you do not wish to keep and click ‘Delete’.
To delete cookies in Firefox, click the menu button and choose History. Click ‘Clear Recent History’. Under ‘Details’, you can specify what you want to delete. Select ‘Cookies’ along with any other items you do not wish to keep. You can also specify how old the cookies need to be. Select ‘Everything’ to delete everything.
To delete cookies in Chrome, tap the 3-dot icon in the top right-hand corner. Select More tools > Clear browsing data. In the ‘Clear browsing data’ box, tick the checkbox for ‘Cookies and other site and plug-in data’. You can also specify how old the cookies need to be. Choose ‘beginning of time’ to delete everything.