Cookies policy

Like most Web sites on the Internet, this site uses cookies to enhance and optimise the user experience.

Below you will find detailed information on what cookies are, what type of cookies this Web site uses, how you can disable them in your browser and how to specifically block the installation of third-party cookies.

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are files that Web sites or applications install on the user’s browser or device (smart phone, tablet or connected TV) during their journey through the pages of the site or application and are used to store information about their visit.

Like most websites on the Internet, this Web site uses cookies to:

  • Ensure that Web pages can function properly.
  • Store preferences, such as the language you have chosen or the font size.
  • Knowing the user’s browsing experience.
  • Collect anonymous statistical information, such as which pages the user has visited or how long the user has stayed on the Web site.

The use of cookies makes it possible to optimise browsing, adapting the information and services offered to the user’s interests to provide them with a better experience whenever they visit the Web site.

This Web site uses cookies to function, adapt and facilitate user navigation as far as possible.

2. Type, purpose and functioning

Depending on their permanence, cookies can be divided into session cookies and persistent cookies. The former expire when the user closes the browser. The latter expire when the purpose for which they are used is met (for example, for the user to remain identified on the Web site) or when they are manually deleted.

Cookies can also be classified according to their purpose, as follows:

  • Strictly necessary (technical): these are essential for the correct functioning of the site. They are normally generated when the user accesses or logs on to the Web site and are used to identify the user on the Web site to:

    • Keep the user identified so that if they leave the Web site, browser or device and return to it later, they will remain identified, making it easier for them to browse without having to identify themselves again.
    • Check whether the user is authorised to access certain services or areas of the Web site.
  • Performance: they are used to improve the browsing experience and optimise the functioning of the Web site, such as storing services configurations or storing the purchase made in a shopping cart.
  • Advertising: these collect information about the advertisements shown to Web site users. They can be of two types:

    • Anonymous: they collect information only about the advertising spaces displayed on the Web site, independently of the user accessing the site, that is, without explicitly identifying the user.
    • Personalised: collect personal information about the Web site user for a third party to personalise the advertising spaces.
  • Geo-location: these cookies are used to find out in which country or region the users are located when accessing a service on the Web site to offer them content or services appropriate to their location.
  • Analytical: these collect information about the user’s browsing experience on the Web site, usually anonymously, although sometimes they also allow the user to be uniquely and unequivocally identified to obtain reports on the user’s interests in the services offered by the Web site.

3. Cookies used on this Web site

The following table shows the cookies used on this Web site, the organisation that manages these cookies, the length of time the cookie remains and its purpose:

Cookie nameManaging organisationPermanence period Purpose / Google2 yearsStatistical reports on the Web site's traffic, its total audience and the audience in a given advertising campaign. / Google1 dayUsed by Google Analytics to monitor the rate of requests. / Google1 dayRecords a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data about how the visitor uses the Web site. / Facebook3 monthsUsed by Facebook to provide a range of advertising products such as real-time bidding from third-party advertisers.
cookieconsent_statuslogimarex1 yearStores the user's cookie consent status for the current domain.

4. Disabling the use of cookies

Users can allow, block or delete cookies and other technologies installed on their equipment by configuring the browser options installed on their device. Below, you can access the configuration of the main Web browsers:

It is also possible to stop accepting cookies from a particular service in the settings panel of the Web site itself.

5. What happens when I disable cookies?

Some functions and services may be disabled or behave differently than expected, such as remaining logged in, keeping purchases in the shopping cart in an e-commerce service or receiving location-based information, among others.

If you disable the use of cookies on a Web site, you will probably no longer be able to access certain areas of the site or your browsing experience will be significantly degraded.

6. Cookies policy update

Logimarex (the commercial name of Logimarex S.L.) may modify this cookies policy according to legislative or regulatory requirements or to adapt this policy to the instructions issued by the Spanish Data Protection Agency; users are therefore advised to visit it periodically.

When significant changes are made to this cookies policy, users will be notified either via the Web or by e-mail to registered users.