Nordic Metrology Science UAB, legal entity code 120229395, registered office address Dariaus ir Girėno g. 38, LT-02189 Vilnius, Lithuania (the ‘Company’, ‘We’, or ‘Us’), is committed to ensuring that the personal information and rights of the website’s visitors (‘Visitors’ or ‘You’) are protected and maintained when you use our website https://nordicmetrology.com/ (the ‘Website’) and its contents.
When you visit the Website, the Company and/or the Company’s authorised service providers use a variety of technologies to store data for the purpose of facilitating your experience on the Website, making it more convenient and safer, and improving the relevance of the services offered.
1. GENERAL COOKIE INFORMATION
1.2. Cookies are small text files (up to a few KB in size) that your web browser saves on your computer, tablet or other smart device when you visit our Website. They enable the Website to store data such as:
1.2.1. access data (IP address of the accessing device, time of access, city of origin);
1.2.2. browser type;
1.2.3. demographic data (age group, gender);
1.2.4. data about the way you browse the Website (visited sections, products of interest).
1.3.3. identify returning Visitors to the Website; this serves to display relevant information to Visitors; it also prevents regular Visitors from re-registering and completing forms;
1.3.4. analyse your habits to ensure that the Website is user-friendly, efficient and appropriate to your needs and expectations, for example, by ensuring that you can easily find what you are looking for;
2. COOKIES USED ON THE WEBSITE
2.1. On each visit to our Website, persistent cookies may be saved on your computer. They are stored on your device even after logging out, and may be used on your next visit to our Website. These cookies persist and are not deleted after you have finished browsing the Website. Another type may be short-term/session cookies, which expire and are deleted once you have finished browsing our Website.
2.2. Cookies used by the Company:
2.2.1. Essential cookies. These cookies are essential for the Website to allow you to browse and use the features of the Website, such as remembering form entries during your session and accessing secure areas of our Website. Without these cookies, it would not be possible to deliver some of the Website’s services and the Website would not function as seamlessly as it should.
2.2.2. Functional cookies. Through the use of these cookies, Visitors can avoid making changes to their settings each time they visit the Website. These cookies serve to remember your preferences and settings (e.g. language or time zone). Functional cookies allow Visitors to keep their settings the same each time they visit the Website. Functional cookies also remember any changes you have made across the Website, such as leaving a comment on the Website. Functional cookies do not track your actions on other websites.
2.2.3. Analytics cookies. Analytical cookies tell us whether a Visitor has already visited the Website. These anonymous cookies help us monitor the number of users and the frequency of their visits. These cookies collect information about the use of the Website to help us improve its performance. For example, analytical cookies can identify which pages are visited most frequently, assist in logging issues with the Website, etc.
2.2.4. Tracking cookies. These cookies are used to understand and analyse the key performance indicators of the Website, which contribute to improving the Visitors’ browsing experience on the Website.
2.2.6. Other cookies. Other cookies not included in the above categories are analysed but not yet classified in any of the available categories.
3. WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE ON THE WEBSITE?
Please see below for an overview of the main cookies used on the Website, according to their type, the data they collect and their effective duration
|Type of cookie
|CookieYes saves the Visitor’s cookie consent status for the current domain. The cookie does not collect or store any personal information about the Visitors to the Website.
|doubleclick.net is used to determine whether the Website Visitor’s domain supports cookies.
|The LinkedIn cookie is used to collect data on the behaviour of the Visitor to optimise the Website and make advertising on the Website more engaging.
|The LinkedIn cookie is saved to store performance actions on the Website.
|Google Tag Manager is used to experiment with the effectiveness of advertising on websites that use their services.
|1 year 1 month and 4 days
|Google Analytics saves this cookie to calculate visitor, session and campaign data and to track the use of the Website for the Website Analytics Report. This cookie stores information anonymously and attributes a randomly generated number to identify unique visitors.
|Google Analytics saves this cookie to store information about the way Visitors use the Website, and to generate an analytics report on the performance of the Website. Some of the data collected includes the number of Visitors, their origin and the pages accessed anonymously.
|Google Analytics saves this cookie to track Visitors’ actions on the Website.
|LinkedIn saves this cookie to log statistics about user behaviour on the Website for internal analysis.
|Albacross saves this cookie to help identify businesses for better, more efficient and more targeted prospecting of potential customers.
|1 year 1 month and 4 days
|Google Analytics saves this cookie to track and store the number of page views.
|LinkedIn saves this cookie to store information about the time when synchronisation occurred using the Lms_analytics cookie.
|Litespeed saves this cookie to protect against cached pages.
|LinkedIn saves the ‘lidc’ cookie to facilitate the choice of data centre.
|5 months and 27 days
|Polygon saves this cookie to remember the language selected by the Visitor when returning to the Website and to obtain language information when it is not otherwise available.
|Albacross saves this cookie to assign a unique ID to a specific visitor. This ID may be used to identify a returning Visitor and further allows the Website to track the Visitor across multiple websites for marketing purposes.
4. OPTING OUT AND BLOCKING COOKIES
4.1. Most internet browsers are configured to automatically allow cookies. Visitors may block or delete cookies and similar unique identifiers at their own discretion, subject to their browser or device settings.
4.2. Please note, however, that essential and analytical cookies exist as a requirement for using the Website. If you opt out of these cookies, we cannot control how our Website will function or whether it will function at all.
4.4. Please note that if you do opt out or block cookies or other similar technologies, some features of the Website may not be available to you or the Website may not function as seamlessly.