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Cookies ensure, for example, that you do not have to enter or download the same information every time you return to a website. Furthermore, cookies give us insight into how you use our website and how we can make it better and more client-friendly.
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These cookies ensure that the website works properly and that your user preferences remain known. This means, for example, that you do not have to fill in data again in a form when you reload a page. We do not need to ask your permission for these cookies. They are placed as a standard feature and will not be deleted if you do not accept cookies.
Our aim is to continue to improve our websites. We can do this only with the help of visitors to our websites. By means of analytical cookies, visitors to the websites provide us with information that enables us to further improve our websites.
We use Google Analytics cookies to understand who visits our websites and how these visitors use them. Google is not allowed to share this data or use it for other Google services and we anonymise IP addresses. We do not need to ask your permission for these cookies. Google deletes these cookies after a maximum of two years. You can recognise these cookies by the following names: utma, utmb, utmc, utmv and utmz. See also Google’s privacy statement.
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