Cookies

A ‘cookie’ is a small text file containing information which is stored on your computer. Cookies are only used for technical reasons and to facilitate your use of a website. One type of cookie will save a file permanently on your computer. It can thereafter be used to customise this website based on the user’s choices and interests. Another common type of cookie is the “session cookie”. When you visit a website, session cookies are sent between your computer and the server to collect information. Session cookies are not saved once you close your web browser. For more information about how cookies work, please be referred to www.allaboutcookies.org.
 
The cookies that Lindab AG uses on this website are (how long a cookie is saved is specified within parentheses after each denomination):
 
Cookie name
Description​
LindabComMarket
This cookie saves information about your preferred market. First time visitors will be asked to select a preferred market. The choice is saved into this cookie and used later to automatically direct user to the preferred site. Expires after 1 year.
LindabComHomePro This cookie saves information about preferred businesses segment, private or professional. Private users will be directed to the private section of the site and vice versa. Expires after 1 year.
cookiesDirective The cookie provides a mechanism for informing the visitors about how cookies are used on the website.
ISAWPLB This cookie keeps tracks of the current server client session and is purged when the user leaves the site. It is used to direct http traffic to the correct web server. Session cookie.
survey-response This cookie is used to hide surveys from users who already participated or did not want to participate. Expires after 45 days.
__utma This cookie (which is part of Google analytics) keeps track of the number of times a visitor has been to the site pertaining to the cookie, when their first visit was, and when their last visit occurred. Expires after 2 years.
__utmb Used to create a timestamp of the exact moment in time when a visitor enters a site. This cookie is part of Google analytics in conjunction with the _utmc cookie. Expires after 30 minutes.
__utmc Used to create a timestamp of the exact moment in time when a visitor leaves a site. This cookie is part of Google analytics in conjunction with the _utmb cookie. This cookie is deleted when the browser is closed.
__utmz _utmz keeps track of where the visitor came from, what search engine the visitor used, what link the visitor clicked on, what keyword the visitor used, and where they were in the world when the user accessed the website. This cookie is part of Google analytics. Expires after 180 days.
 
We are continuously working to improve the website. In order to do this we use Google Analytics to analyse our users’ behaviour on an anonymous and aggregated level.
 
If you do not wish to accept cookies you can change your web browser’s settings to automatically deny the storage of cookies or to inform you when a website wants to store cookies on your computer. Previously stored cookies can also be deleted through the web browser (for more on this see below under 3.6). Please note that certain areas and functions on this website require cookies and may not function if cookies are deleted or declined.
 
If you wish to remove the cookies that are already on your equipment, and you are using a PC and a newer browser, you can find the support pages for the most commonly used browsers as well as a link to delete flash-cookies here:
 

For more information regarding the cookies used on this website please contact us at gdpr@lindab.com.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA AND WIDGETS

Websites can make ​use of widgets for social media which allows users access to content from Lindab AG’s website on different social media platforms (among others; Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn). To better understand how and what information is collected via social media and what cookies are used by such third party, we refer to the current privacy policy for each of the social platforms respectively.​

​​​