This website uses its own and third-party cookies and/or similar technologies that store and retrieve information when you browse. In general, these technologies can serve very diverse purposes, such as recognizing you as a user, obtaining information about your browsing habits, statistical purposes or personalizing the way content is displayed. These cookies and/or similar technologies provide the user with a better experience.
Cookies and web storage technologies such as local storage and session storage (“cookies”) make your interaction with our sites easier and smoother, without much effort on your part. They are small text files that your browser downloads to your device when you visit our websites, which also allow us to collect user information. When you interact with our websites, cookies from third-party technologies, such as scripts, pixels, and tags, that we embed on our website for advertising purposes, are also placed on your device. In the following sections you will find detailed and specific information in the corresponding lists about the purposes for which we use these technologies and how you can change your preferences to meet your needs.
Cookies perform a wide variety of functions to make your online browsing much more fluid and interactive. This assumes, however, that the same device and browser are always being used. Some specific cookies are essential for the execution and maintenance of the website and allow us to: Provide you with 24/7 access to the services you have requested, provide you with consistent and accurate information, guarantee correct navigation of the website.
Cookies also help us understand how you use and interact with our websites so you don’t have to tell us about it again. For example, they are used to remember your preferences and user ID when you visit our sites. By knowing your preferences and what you like, we can: offer you more personalized navigation, helping you continue your journey and navigate to the most relevant pages more efficiently; remember certain personal preferences; direct you to more useful content.
Cookies allow us to improve our websites by examining how our visitors use them. We analyze the most successful content to draw conclusions about what else may be interesting or useful. With this we can: understand how visitors use our sites so that we can improve them and enhance your browsing experience, test different ideas and display content that is most relevant to the individual visitor.