A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your web browser that allows Kaltra or a third party to recognize you. Cookies might be used for the following purposes:
to enable certain functions
to provide analytics
to store your preferences
Cookies can either be session cookies or persistent cookies. A session cookie expires automatically when you close your browser. A persistent cookie will remain until it expires or you delete your cookies. Expiration dates are set in the cookies themselves; some may expire after a few minutes while others may expire after multiple years. Cookies placed by the website you’re visiting are sometimes called “first-party cookies,” while cookies placed by other companies are sometimes called “third-party cookies.” Cookies are normally stored on your device and may contain information such as registration data, user preferences and enabling basic website functionalities.
Cookies are normally stored on your device and may contain information such as registration data, user preferences and enabling basic website functionalities.
If you do not accept cookies on www.kaltra.de, several of the website's services and functions will not work. Both session cookies and non-session cookies are used on and our local sites.
A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer memory while the visitor is browsing the website. This cookie is erased when the user closes their web browser or after a certain time has passed (meaning that the session expires).
A non-session cookie remains on the visitor's computer until it is deleted.
Kaltra.de will not save cookies unless you have accepted them. Kaltra.de is using several cookies, which enable the user to experience the information provided in an optimal way and to help us to maximize the user-friendliness of our website.
Additional cookies from third parties may occur, as for example enabling streaming of YouTube movies, PDF readers, Adobe Flash functionalities etc.
When a server receives a request from a browser that has a cookie, the server is then able to use the information stored in the cookie. For example, the server might be able to customize what is sent back to the user or keep a log of particular user's requests.