When you visit the page, we automatically collect some information about your device, this includes information about your web browser, your IP address, your time zone and some of the cookies installed on your device. In addition, when you scroll on the page, we collect information about where on the page you are and which products you are looking at, as well as information about how you communicate with our website. We refer to this automatic aggregated information as - peripheral information.

We collect information about your device using the following technologies:

"Cookies" are data files that are installed on your device or PC. They often include a unique and an anonymous identifier. For more information about cookies and how to disable them, visit

"Log files" track events that take place on the website and collect data, including your IP address, browser type, internet provider, referral / and exit pages, and dates / times as shown.

"Web beacons", "beacons" and "pixels" are electronic files that are used to record information about how you can navigate the site.

Information cookies

- What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are downloaded and stored in the user's terminal (computer / phone / tablet) when the user has access to some web pages. They allow the website to remember navigation preferences and improve navigation by making the interaction between the user and the website faster and easier.

The information collected by cookies is anonymous and does not contain sensitive information (such as name, address or bank details), as Cookies do not collect data that can identify the user.

-What are cookies used for?

The website uses cookies and other devices for storing and retrieving information to track user interaction with the products offered on the website. Cookies also make it possible to identify the browser and device through which the user accesses the website. Cookies are used to facilitate your next visit to the website and make it more useful.

-Types of cookies used:

The website uses the following types of Cookies:

- Advertising Cookies: These Cookies make it possible to more easily manage the advertising space that the publisher has included in a website, an application or a platform according to criteria such as edited content or how often the ads are displayed. This tool makes it possible to provide the user with advertising adapted to his interests.

-Analytical cookies: When the user accesses the websites, this tool collects anonymous information about how people use the website and their behavior. Google Analytics allows the following cookies on the website domain:

- "__ utma": They are necessary for the functioning of Google Analytics. They expire after a period of 2 years.

- "__ utmz": They are used to find out where customers have come across our site and where they are from. They expire after 6 months.

- "__ utmb": These record the time when you came to the page and expire after 30 minutes after the last registration. They are automatically deleted when you change or close the page.

- "__ utmc": The JavaScript code used by Google Analytics does not need this cookie. This cookie was used in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether, after 30 seconds on the website, it was appropriate to start a new session for the user. This cookie is still used to ensure compatibility with websites that still have the old urchin.js tracking code installed.

Below you can see the companies that use website analysis and advertising cookies:









- How to disable cookies:

Any browser allows you to disable cookies. This is the reason why most browsers offer you the option to manage cookies to achieve more control over privacy. These settings can be found under Options or "settings" in the browser menu. To disable cookies in your browser, you can follow the instructions below:

1. Internet Explorer (

From the tool menus, select "Internet Options". Click the privacy button. You can configure Privacy by using a six position which will allow you to take control of the number of cookies that will be installed: Block all cookies, High, Medium High, Medium, Medium (which is the default level), Low and Accept cookies.

2. Mozilla Firefox (

At the top of the Firefox window, click the Tools menu.

Select option.
Select the privacy panel.
In the Firefox panel, you can choose to use a custom browser history setting to configure options.

3. Google Chrome (
Click on the menu located in the toolbar.
Select configuration.
Click on select option.
In the "privacy" section click the button for content configuration.
You can configure cookies under the cookies section.

4. Safari ( /
In the Configuration menu, select the "preferences" option.

Open Privacy.
Select the option you want in the "block cookies" section .
Remember that, after you have deactivated cookies, not all functions will be available and therefore the page will not always be fully functional.
If you do not want to be tracked by cookies, Google has an add-on that can be installed in your browser. You can find it at:

- Cookies on the mobile:

This website also uses cookies and other storage devices on your mobile device. The mobile browser allows you to change your privacy settings to enable or disable cookies. If you want to change your privacy settings, follow the instructions provided by your browser for your mobile device.

Below are some examples to guide you through configuring your mobile device's privacy settings.

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Opera Mobile: (

- Acceptance of cookies:

By continuing to the browser, you will be deemed to have accepted the use of cookies on the page.

We inform you that if you want to block or do not accept the installation of cookies, it may be that some services will not be available to you, therefore you may not have access to everything on the page.

For more information, see the guidance on the use of cookies from the Personal Data Protection Regulation.

Contact Us :

From 9:00 to 18:00. Monday to Friday.
Phone: 800 62 443