Cookie legislation

The Heuschen & Schrouff website makes use of cookies. What does this mean?

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that is stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. Cookies are not harmful, as opposed to viruses, for instance.

We mostly use cookies to ensure a good performance of our website. This includes the filtering of large amounts of search results, or an adjustment of fonts. We also keep track of what type of browser you use to visit our website, in order to have our website perform as well as possible in combination with that browser.

The cookies on this website do not register any personal information. However, Heuschen & Schrouff is interested in information that reveals relevant data about the visits to our website. This includes the number of visitors and the most popular pages. 

Which cookies?

The cookies we use on our website are divided into the following categories:

         Strictly necessary cookies
These are cookies that are used to have the search functionality perform well.

         Functional cookies
These cookies are aimed at the website's user friendliness: the settings of the desired font size, the presentation of a Google Maps map, the viewing of YouTube videos and the option of sharing news items via social media (Facebook and Twitter) and via email.

 

         Performance cookies
In order to improve the website, we study information about the visits: time of visit, most-visited pages, and via which pages visitors land on the site.

How can I manage cookies myself?

Without cookies, our website does not perform in the way we intended. If you still want to block our website from placing cookies on your computer, you can adjust your browser's settings to refuse any cookies. This process differs per browser. Please find below some links with information about how to block cookies in the most popular browsers:

Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome


Apple Safari