Cookie policy

Latest update 20/04/2022

This cookie policy explains how Avamoplast NV uses cookies and similar technology to recognise you when you visit our Avamoplast NV website. It explains what these technologies are and why we use them, as well as your right to verify our use of them.In some cases, we may use cookies to collect personal information, or that which becomes personal information when we combine it with other information.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that are placed on your computer or mobile phone when you visit a website. Website owners often use cookies to make sure their websites work, or work more efficiently, and to provide reporting information. Cookies placed by the owner of the website (in this case Avamoplast NV), are called ‘first-party cookies’. Cookies placed by parties other than the website owner are called ‘third-party cookies’. Third-party cookies allow third-party functions or functionalities to be offered on or through the website (e.g. adverts, interactive content and analytics). The parties who place these third-party cookies can recognise your computer when you visit the website in question, but also when you visit certain other websites.

Why do we use cookies?

We use first- and third-party cookies for different reasons. Some cookies are necessary for technical reasons to make our website work. These are what we call ‘essential’ or ‘strictly necessary’ cookies. Other cookies also allow us to monitor and manage the interests of our users and to improve the experience on our online property. Third parties place cookies on our website for advertising, analytics and other purposes. This is described in more detail below. The specific types of first-party and third-party cookies placed via our website and their purposes are described below (please take into account that the specific cookies placed may differ depending on the specific characteristics of your online visits):

How can I manage cookies?

You have the right to decide whether to accept or refuse cookies. You can exercise your cookie rights by setting your preferences in the Cookie Consent Manager. You can select what categories of cookies you accept or refuse using the Cookie Consent Manager. Essential cookies cannot be refused given that they are strictly necessary to offer you services. The Cookie Consent Manager can be found in the notification banner and on our website. If you choose to refuse cookies, you can still use our website, but your access to certain functions and areas of our website may be limited. You can also configure your web browser to accept or refuse cookies. Given that the way in which you can refuse cookies through your web browser settings differ from browser to browser, you should consult your browser’s help menu for more information. Most advertising networks offer you a way to refuse targeted ads too. If you want more information, you can visit or The specific types of first- and third-party cookies offered via our website and their purposes are described in the table below (please take into account that the specific cookies offered may differ depending on the specific characteristics of your online visits):

Essential website cookies
These cookies are strictly necessary to provide you with the services available via our website and to use certain functions, such as access to secured areas.
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Performance and functionality cookies
These cookies are used to improve the performance and functionality of our website but are not essential for its use. Without these cookies though, some functionalities (such as videos) might not be available.
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Analytics and personalisation cookies
These cookies collect information that is either processed in an aggregated way to help us understand how our website is used or how effective our marketing campaigns are, or to help us adapt our website to you.
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Advertising cookies
These cookies are used to make our ads more relevant to you. They fulfil functions such as stopping the same ad appearing repeatedly, ensuring that ads are correctly shown for advertisers and, in some cases, to select ads based on your interests.
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Social media cookies
These cookies are used to allow you to share pages and content you find interesting on our website through third-party social media and other websites. These cookies may also be used for advertising purposes.
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Unclassified cookies
These are cookies that have not yet been classified. We are working on classifying these cookies with the help of their providers.
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What happens with other tracking technologies, such as Beacons?
Cookies are not the only way to recognise or track visitors to a website. From time to time we may use other similar technologies, such as web beacons (sometimes also called ‘tracking pixels’ or ‘clear gifs’). These are small graphic files that contain a unique ID code, which allows us to recognise when someone has visited our website or opened an e-mail. This allows us, for example, to track the traffic patterns of users from one page on the website to another, to deliver cookies or communicate with them, to understand whether you have arrived at the website through an online ad shown on a third-party website, to improve the performance of the website and to measure the success of e-mail marketing campaigns. In many cases, these technologies depend on cookies to work properly, and refusing cookies will therefore stop them working properly.

Do you use Flash cookies or Local Shared Objects?
Websites may use ‘Flash Cookies’ (also known as Local Shared Objects or LSOs) to collect and save information, among other things, about your use of our services, fraud prevention and for other website operations. If you don’t want Flash Cookies to be saved on your computer, you can adjust the settings of your Flash player to block Flash Cookies with the help of the tools in the Website Storage Settings panel. You can also manage Flash Cookies by going to the settings panel and following the instructions (which contain instructions that explain, for example, how you can delete the existing Flash Cookies (called ‘information’ on the Macromedia website), how you can prevent Flash LSOs from being placed on your computer without being asked and (for Flash Player 8 and later) how you can block Flash Cookies that are not delivered by the administrator of the page you’re on at that moment). Please note that the settings in Flash Player to limit or restrict Flash Cookies may reduce or hinder the functionality of some Flash applications including potentially Flash applications used in connection with our services or online content.

Targeted ads
Third parties may place cookies on your computer or your mobile to offer ads through our website. These companies can use information on your visit to this and other websites to offer you relevant ads about goods and services you may be interested in. They can also use technology that is used to measure the use or effectiveness of ads. This is possible because they use cookies or web beacons to collect information on your visit to this and other websites to offer you relevant ads on goods and services that may be of interest to you. The information collected via this process does not allow them or us to identify your name, contact details or other details that directly identify you, unless you choose to provide them.

How often do we update this Cookie Policy?
We may from time to time update this Cookie Policy to reflect changes in the cookies we use, or for other operational, legal or regulatory reasons. We recommend you regularly visit this Cookie Policy to stay up to date on our use of cookies and related technologies. The date this Cookie Policy was last updated is shown at the top.
Where can I get more information? If you have questions about our use of cookies or other technologies, you can send us an e-mail to
This cookie policy was prepared with the help of Termly’s Cookie Consent Manager.