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1. What are cookies?

Cookies are data about the user of a website that are stored on the user's computer and can be accessed when they revisit the website. There are two types of cookies: "session cookies" and "persistent cookies." Session cookies only stay in your computer's memory, and thus the cookie disappears when you close your browser. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, remain on the computer.

2. How we use cookies

Cookies from websites and link tracking

This site uses information collected through session cookies to improve the content and use of the websites.

All internet browsers store 'cookies' or small files that help a website recognize the user. Cookies are used to optimize the functionality of our website and ensure a great experience for our visitors. It is cookies that ensure you don't have to re-enter the same data. They allow us to track the links and pages you have clicked on or viewed during a particular session. We compare the personal data provided by you with other available information so that we understand and take note of your interests and needs. By using our website, you agree to allow us to use cookies for these purposes.

Our website uses a combination of session and persistent cookies. Session cookies help us identify the current visit of our users and how they use the website. Persistent cookies allow us to identify you as a regular user when you return.

By any means, your browser control allows you to modify the cookies that FREIGHT FORWARDERS NETWORK SOLUTIONS, SLU. stores or accesses on your PC. You can block or restrict all cookies or third-party cookies from your browser's privacy settings.

Cookies from Google Analytics

With Google Analytics, the volume of visitors to a particular website can be measured. It also allows us to analyze the sources of those visitors and how they viewed the content or navigated the site. This analysis is extremely useful in the continuous improvement of the content and pages of our website, as well as for marketing strategies that drive traffic to our site. Google Analytics never collects personal data from the website visitor but uses persistent cookies only to recognize repeat visitors. You can block Google Analytics tracking cookies by visiting the URL: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.