Trasis a Belgium-based company.
Disabling cookies may impact the use of the website and/or application, therefore Trasis recommends not to block cookies to allow optimal functioning of the website and/or application.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small, often encrypted text files or pieces of information, located in browser directories and placed on a computer (or other internet enabled devices e.g. smartphone or tablet) while visiting the website and/or application.
Cookies are created when the user’s browser loads the website and/or application. The website and/or application sends information to the browser which then creates a text file.
Cookies consist of two components: (i) name and (ii) content and will indicate the lifetime of the cookie. They are stored in a specific folder on the hard drive of the computer.
Some cookies are deleted when leaving the website (session cookies), other cookies remain on the hard disk of the computer until manually removed by the user (persistent cookies).
How and why are cookies used?
Cookies are used to improve the use and functionality of the website and/or application and to better tailor the website and/or application to the users’ interests and needs. Cookies may also be used to compile anonymous, aggregated statistics that allow Trasis to improve the structure and content of the website and/or application.
What type of cookies are used?
First party cookies are set by the Trasis website and/or application and can only be read by the Trasis website.
These type of cookies are primarly used by Trasis and are essential to make the website and/or application work correctly. They enable to search the website and use the features on the website and/or application and help to improve the functionality of the website and/or application.
The user may receive third party cookies when visiting the website and/or application from third party websites or domains.
Trasis uses Google Analytics.
Google Analytics is a free service of google to compile statistic information on visitors, pageview, traffic and sources of traffic, etc. Trasis uses Google Analytics to collect information on how visitors use the website and/or application. Trasis uses this information to compile reports and to improve the website. These cookies help Trasis to understand the users. The information will not be used to track individual users.
Necessary cookies are essential to make the website and/or application work correctly. They enable to search the website and use the features on the website and/or application.
Functional cookies are used to improve the functionality of the website and/or application. Functional cookies allow Trasis to serve the user content tailored to his/her interests, and save the user time of having to re-register or re-enter information when he/she revisits the website and/or application or try to access the sections, accessible only to the registered users.
Performance cookies will help to improve the performance of the website and/ or application and reflects the interaction between the visitors and the website. Performance cookies provide information with regard to: areas visited, time spent on the website, error messages, etc.
How can the user change his/her cookie settings?
The user may change his/her cookies settings at any time, by adjusting the setting of the internet browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome or Opera). The browser will warn the user before accepting cookies. The user is entitled to refuse them. By refusing cookies, the user acknowledges that he/she may not have access to all features on the website and/or application. Therefore Trasis recommends not to block cookies to allow optimal functioning of the website and/or application.
Trasis reserves the right to modify, alter or complement this policy at any time without prior notice in order to comply with the legislation. The user undertakes to consult this page on a regular base to take notice of any change or addition made.