Cookies

Cookies are text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit a web page. Cookies are partly used to facilitate the use of a website by, for example, remember your choices and settings and partly to develop the website and analyze your behavior. Some features do not work without cookies.

How does Elmia use cookies?

On our websites we use cookies to improve your experience, to gather information for marketing and to develop our websites.

Elmia may use different tags such as various electronic images and scripts to count the number of visitors of the page. Elmia also allows certain affiliates to place cookies or tags in the visitor's browser when using Elmia's websites.

User experience

We use cookies when you are logged into My pages on our website so that you do not have to enter the username and password for each new page that is visited. We also use cookies to determine, for example, the language of the page. We also use cookies to remember what you have written in forms, for example, so that you can navigate back and forth in the form without having to re-enter this information every time you change steps. We also use cookies to optimize the speed of the website.

Marketing

We use cookies to be able to customize content on elmia.se, based on your activity on the site, whether you are logged in or not. These cookies can be used, for example, to select target group controlled ads or in other ways tailor the pages you see through customized content. We also use cookies in forms and customer surveys.

Web Development

We use cookies to compile anonymous, aggregated web statistics that enable us to understand how visitors use elmia.se which helps us to improve structure and content. In case the visitor is logged in to our website there is also information about this stored in our cookies.

Types of cookies Elmia uses

Session cookies

In order for certain functions on elmia.se to work, the site uses so-called "session cookies". When you visit our websites, our web servers provide your computer with a unique ID number for the unique visit. Session cookies are not stored permanently in your computer, they disappear when you close your browser. These types of cookies can be used, for example, to keep track of which language you have chosen or why you do not have to re-enter all the information if you go back and forth between steps in a form.

Persistent cookies

A persistent cookie (permanent cookie) has a specified duration, or lifetime, that determines how long it is stored on your computer or mobile device. Such cookies are stored until the lifetime expires or until you manually delete them yourself.

Third-party cookies

A third-party cookie is a cookie placed on your device on our behalf by someone other than us. This occurs when we have suppliers that perform services for us, such as certain analytics services or services that let you share our pages in social media. A third-party cookie can be both a session cookie or a persistent cookie.

Here you will find a list of cookies on elmia.se.

How personal data is handled in cookies

It may happen that Elmia collects and handles certain personal data using cookies. For this handling, our Privacy Policy applies.

Prevent cookies

You have the option to prevent cookies from being stored on your computer and you can change the settings in your browser at any time. You can choose to block all cookies or only certain cookies. You can also delete persistent cookies stored on your device at any time. Many browsers also have features for browsing anonymously or incognito. This will discard all information about your internet browsing including all cookies when you close your browser. If you choose not to allow the use of cookies by elmia.se, it may mean that some services can not be used or the website may not function properly.


You can read more about how to manage cookies in different browsers at:

For more information about cookies see Post- och telestyrelsens website and https://www.aboutcookies.org.