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In this cookie module statement you can find the information stored by these modules and what to do with them.


  1. Types of cookie modules
  2. Purposes of cookie modules
  3. Details on our cookie modules
  4. Third parties’ cookie modules
  5. Unforeseen cookie modules 
  6. Deleting / Disabling cookie modules
  7. Amendments of the Cookie module statement
  8. Contact details

1. Types of cookie modules

On this website, as on most websites, we use cookie modules in order to offer users a browsing experience as pleasant as possible. Cookie modules are small text files which are saved on your computer when you access a website (the period varies dependent on the cookie module).

This website uses functional and analytical cookie modules destined to allow the good operation of the website and analyse it. For using this type of cookie modules, we don’t need to ask the Internet user’s prior consent.

The information from the cookie modules is not connected with your name, address and/or e-mail address. If we collect personal data by means of the cookie modules, they will be processed in accordance with the provisions stated in the Privacy Policy on this website.

2. Purposes of cookie modules
Cookie modules help us:

  • Facilitate the use of the website subject to your expectations;
  • Adapt our website subject to your needs, so that you can find more easily what you’re looking for;
  • Always improve our website for you.;

In addition, we use cookie modules to prepare statistics on:

  • IP addresses and country/location;
  • Browser information (including browser type, settings and language);
  • Operating system;
  • Date, time and duration of accessing the website;
  • Internet domain of the website which directed you to our website;
  • Information on the use of the website, including your click paths if you browsed form one page to another (the said “click stream”);
  • Information on the device you use for accessing our website;
  • Your (geo)location; 
  • If our visitors accessed the website in the past;
  • If you use the functionalities of the website. For example, for submitting your application or for publishing a new job vacancy.

If the settings of the browser you use for accessing our website accept the use of cookie modules and you continue using our website, we will assume that you accept the use of our cookie modules.

3. Details on our cookie modules
We use cookie modules of:

(a) DigiSelf
This is a service of the Dutch company Digivotion bv. DigiSelf is the software used for the website administration.  DigiSelf uses cookie modules so that the website and webserver function correctly.

Name of the cookie module: PHPSESSID. This cookie module helps identify each server session, so that the user does not get interrupted in his/her browsing on the website. It’s also used for saving the login status in DigiSelf. Storage period: until closing the browser.

Name of cookie module: cookieNotification, storage period 30 days for Accept cookies and 7 days for Proceed without cookies.

DigiSelf can transmit your data to third parties but only with your approval. See our Privacy Policy on this website.

4. Third parties’ cookie modules
This website may include third parties’ content, for example widgets, plug-ins or included content, such as articles or video materials. In some cases, you can share this content on social networks. In order to be able to do so, social media parties use cookie modules, so these can recognise you when you want to share an article or video material.

(a) Google Analytics
This is a service of the American company Google. Google Analytics uses “cookies” in order to help the website analyse how users use the website. The data in the cookie modules are anonymous and do not contain personal data. The information on the use of the website are used in order to prepare reports and for providing other services related to the use of the Internet. The cookie modules come from Google and are stored for 2 years maximum.

Additional information available at:, or 

To get an idea on the way the collected data are used, you can find an example on the Google site.

Google sends anonymous data to third parties. Additional information available at:

We use the anonymisation of the IP on our website, so your IP address is shortened by Google in the European Union member states and in other EEA states. Only in exceptional cases the entire IP address is sent to a Google server in the USA and only there it’s shortened.

(b) Google Maps
We display information on Google Maps, for example, if you are looking for one of our offices. The cookie modules come from Google and are stored for 1 year maximum.

Google sends anonymous data to third parties. Additional information available at:

(c) Links to other websites
Our website contains links to other websites. This Privacy Policy & Cookie Statement are applicable to this website only and we recommend that you read also the Privacy Policy of the websites which our website directs you to.

5. Unforeseen cookie modules
Due to the way Internet and websites work, we cannot always control cookie modules posted on our website by third parties. This happens especially if our web pages contain the so-called embedded elements; these are texts, documents, images or videos stored at a third party but displayed on, at or through our website.
If you find on this website cookie modules from this category and that we didn’t mention above, please let us know, or contact directly the said third party.

6. Deleting / Disabling cookie modules
Most browsers can be set in such a way as to refuse cookie modules or to inform you when you receive a cookie module. Each browser is different, so we advise you to read the “Help” section in order to find out how you can change the cookie settings of your browser. Additional information about cookie modules available on general, as visitor, you can use the website(s) below indefinitely. Still, it’s possible that certain services or elements of the website might not function properly or not at all if you refuse cookie modules.

You can find further information on cookies on the websites below:

7. Amendments of the Cookie module statementIt’s possible that we update from time to time the Cookie module statement. That’s why we advise you to read this statement on a regular basis, so that you stay up to date with the manner in which we use cookie modules.

The current version is from June 2021.

8. Contact details
If you have questions regarding the cookie modules and how we use them, contact us at:

Telephone:             0174 270 946
Visiting address:    Stoelmatter 38
                              2292 JL Wateringen