Cookie Policy

Most modern websites use cookies to help deliver a user experience. These are small files of information placed on your device. They cannot be used to identify you personally – they simply help make the website work. These pieces of information are used to improve services for you.

Some cookies are used to identify a visit to the website to collect information about how it is used. This information helps us improve the site. Data collected is anonymous and includes information about the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited. 

The cookies we use to offer visitors a better experience are:

      • SESSID (where ID is a unique number) – this cookie identifies the visitor’s session.
      • has_js – this tells us whether the visitor’s browser has Javascript enabled or not.
      • cookie-agreed-en – this tell us whether the visitor agreed to use cookies on this site.
      • dhtml-menu – this indicates the current expanded menu.

There might be more cookies used for logged in users depending on their access levels and browsing experience.

Some cookies are used by third parties where we use their tools to enhance our website. We use Google Analytics to track site statistics, and they may also set cookies on their websites on its behalf, but we do not control them. More information is available on their website: