What are Cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of information that a site asks your browser to store when you visit that site.

How are Cookies used?

They are widely used to help websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. Cookies are used for different purposes such as:

  • helping users to log into a website;
  • remembering what’s in a shopping basket when shopping for goods online, or remembering chosen language;
  • analysing traffic to a website; 
  • tracking users' browsing behaviour;
  • helping organisations with marketing.

What are First and Third Party Cookies?

First party Cookies

These are Cookies we place on your browser when you use our site. 

Third party Cookies

These are Cookies placed by our partners on your browser when you use our site.

What Cookies do you use?

Strictly Necessary Cookies

These are first party Cookies that we use to help our site work and provide security, network management, and accessibility. 

We cannot turn these off, but you can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies. If you do this, our site may not work properly. 

Functional Cookies

These are first party Cookies that we use to help us remember the choices you make and provide personalised features, such as preferred language, your region or accessibility preferences. 

We ask consent to place these Cookies on your browser. If you do not consent, some of our services might not work properly.

Analytics Cookies

These are first party Cookies that we use to help us understand more about the performance of our site. They tell us things like how many people have visited and where they have come from. They also tell how people use our site, such as the pages people spend most time on.  These Cookies are aggregated and therefore anonymous.

We ask for consent to place these cookies of your browser, if you do not consent to these Cookies, we will know less about how our site has performed, which means we might not know where improvements need to be made.

Targeting and Marketing Cookies

These are third party Cookies that may be used to build a profile of about you, so you can be shown adverts which are tailored to your interests. They do not directly store personal information, but are based on uniquely identifying your browser and internet device.

We ask for consent to place these cookies of your browser. If you do not consent, your adverts will not be personalised.

Detailed Information about the Cookies our Site uses

For detailed information about the type of Cookies used, please see the tables below. 
We only use strictly necessary cookies for our first party cookies.

First party Cookies Purpose Cookies
Session & Security Authenticate users, protect user data and allow the website to deliver the services users expects, such as maintaining the content of their cart, or allowing file uploads.

The website will not work properly if you block those cookies.
session_id (Odoo)
SESS# (Odoo
fileToken (Odoo)
__cfduid (CloudFlare)
Preferences Remember information about the preferred look or behavior of the website, such as your preferred language, region and time zone. Your experience may be degraded if you block those cookies. frontend_lang (Odoo)
odoo_no_push (Odoo)
tz (Odoo)
Interaction History Users to collect information about your interactions with the website, the pages you've seen, and any specific marketing campaign that brought you to the website. We may not be able to provide the best service to you if you block those cookies, but most of the website will work. im_livechat_history (Odoo)
im_livechat_previous_operator_pid (Odoo)
utm_campaign (Odoo)
utm_source (Odoo)
utm_medium (Odoo)
visitor_uuid (Odoo)

You can de-activate our third party cookies with our cookie consent management module at any time with the button below, but the user experience maybe impacted.

Third party Cookies Purpose Cookies
YouTube YouTube uses cookies that try to estimate the users' band width on pages with integrated YouTube videos and that check if the user's browser supports cookies. YouTube also uses cookies to store information such as a user’s preferred page configuration, user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video, playback preferences like autoplay, shuffle content, and player size. YouTube cookies also register a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen, and to register and report the web site user's actions after viewing or clicking one of the advertiser's ads with the purpose of measuring the efficacy of an ad and to present targeted ads to the user.


Google Analytics Google Analytics is a Google product that helps us to understand how people engage with a service, uses a set of cookies to collect information and report site usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors to Google. ‘_ga’ is the main cookie used by Google Analytics. ‘_ga’ enables a service to distinguish one user from another and lasts for 2 years. It’s used by any site that implements Google Analytics, including Google services. _ga (Google)
_gat (Google)
_gid (Google)
_gac_* (Google)