Cookie policy

Our website uses cookies. Cookies are small files that are placed on the user's computer when he/she visits a website. We use cookies that are necessary in order to communicate over the internet, in order to provide a requested service or to facilitate the surfing on our website (functional cookies).

If you select a language in which to view the website (Dutch, English or French) we place a cookie to display the site in the language chosen. This cookie is stored on your computer for 1 year, so that you do not have to select the language again the next time you visit our website.

We also place functional cookies for the security of the website and the user. These are session cookies, which means that they are temporary and will be removed from your computer after you close the internet browser following your visit to the website.

In addition we use Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. In this regard, our website will be analyzed in order to, for example, count the number of visitors to the site and see which pages are visited the most. This will enable us to improve our website and our services. Google Analytics uses cookies to carry out its analysis and for technical support. We have entered into a data processing agreement with them and have disabled the option to 'share data' with them for their own purposes. These cookies are (currently) stored for a period ranging from the duration of the session to 2 years. Data which are recorded include your IP address (from which the last 3 digits are removed), the number of pages visited, the time and duration of the visit, your location, the origin of the visit, the type of hardware and software used, interaction visitor and your search history. The data obtained will be transferred to Google and saved by Google on servers in the United States; a country which does not provide for a similar level of data protection as the European Union. We do not use other Google services in combination with Google Analytics cookies.

When you first visit our website, it is explained that by continuing to use the website and clicking on the next page, or, closing the cookie notice, you give permission to place cookies. We register your consent with a cookie. If you do not give permission you will still be able to visit our website, but it’s possible that it will not work properly in that case.

You can remove or accept cookies and change your permission settings at any time. If you have refused to accept cookies and remove the cookie which registers this choice, you will be asked for your permission again when you visit our website.

Most internet browsers can be set or re-set to accept cookies, block cookies or notify you whenever you receive a cookie. To find out how you can change your browser settings and remove cookies, see the instructions for the relevant browser and/or use the "Help" function (this can usually be accessed from the browser's toolbar). Below you will find an overview of the cookies placed on your computer and the consequences if they are removed or not accepted.

Table: Overview of cookies placed and the consequences if the cookies are not placed.

Provider Name Purpose Storage Period Consequence if cookie is not accepted _cfduid Used by the content network, Cloudfare, to identify trusted web traffic. 1 year /
SESVanderHave has_js This cookie is used to determinate whether JavaScript is active in your browser and has just one purpose: increase the ease of use of the website. 1 session /
SESVanderHave @@History/@@scroll/# Helps the user to go easy to the previous position when he clicks on the back button. Persistent /
Google Analytics _ga Measure visitor behaviour to improve website and service: the following data are collected:

Your IP address (last 3 digits are masked), the number of pages visited, the time and duration of the visit, your location, the origin of the visit, the type of hardware and software used, interaction visitor and your search history.

2 years Analysis visitor behaviour not possible.
Google Analytics _gat This cookie of Google Analytics registers (anonymous) data on how you visit the website, for statistical purposes. 10 min. Analysis visitor behaviour not possible.
Google Analytics _gid Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website 1 session /
Google Analytics collect Used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor’s device and behavior. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels. 1 session /