Cookie statement

When you visit this website, we of third parties place one or more cookies (small text files) on your device and/ or we may use web beacons of similar technologies (collectively referred to as ‘cookies’) to collect and store information about you and the device you use. We may use cookies, among other things, to remember login details, to improve your user experience, to collect statistics in order to optimize site functionality, to conduct customer research, and to deliver content and advertisements that are tailored to your interest. In this Cookie Statement we tell you which cookies we use for what.

The information collected by cookies may include personal data, such as you IP address.

Which cookies do we use?

We always use cookies that are necessary for the functionality of this website. Depending on your cookie preferences, we may use additional cookies. You can see exactly which cookies we place via your browser. For example, if you use Google Chrome, you can see exactly which cookies are placed by which party by clicking on the lock in front of the URL in your browser. You can also see for how long a cookie is stored on your device.

Below we provide more information about the different types of cookies that we (may) use:


We place some cookies on your device ourselves (first party cookies), while others are placed by third parties (third party cookies). You can see above in the column ‘provider’ but also via your browser which party places the cookie.


Cookies may be placed on your device for a specified duration or for the duration of a session. A persistent cookie consists of a text file sent by a web server to a web browser, which is stored by the browser and remains valid until the set expiration date (unless you delete the cookie before the expiration date). A session cookie, on the other hand, expires at the end of the user session, when the web browser is closed.


You can refuse all cookies – except the functional cookies – if you prefer not to receive them and you can have your device warn you when cookies are being used. You can withdraw or change your consent(s) at any time by clicking “Cookie Preferences” in the footer of our website and indicating your preferences. After adjusting your cookie preferences, your browser may indicate that certain cookies for which you have withdrawn your consent are still present on your device. This is because when you withdraw your consent, we can only deactivate these cookies (these cookies then no longer share data with us) but cannot remove them from your device itself.

You can delete the cookies that are already on your device yourself and you can set your browser so that they are not placed. Please note that if you have set your browser to decline cookies, this may limit the functionality of the website you are visiting and you may not be able to access some features on the website.

To disable cookies or to receive a warning when cookies are used, you must adjust your browser settings. You can adjust your browser settings to delete certain cookies. Visit the “help” section of your browser to manage your cookie settings. The links below will take you directly to the manuals of commonly used browsers:

Google Chrome
Internet Explorer
Safari you will find hier more specific information for your Apple devices.

Also, if you do not want Google Analytics data to be collected and used by Google, you can download and install the browser plug-in available here ( More information about cookies and the removal of cookies can also be found at the Consumers’ Association, by ( and via Your Online Choices (

If you decide to delete all placed cookies, you will be asked again on your next website visit to make a choice regarding your cookie preferences.


Our use of cookies may change over time and we will adapt this Cookie Statement accordingly. This Cookie Statement was last modified on 01-09-2021.


If you have any questions or comments about the use of cookies on our website, please feel free to contact us at:

Hacoplast B.V.
Hulostraat 2
6911 KX Pannerden