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Using cookies

Cookies are small text files that are stored in your computer, mobile phone or tablet. They contain information about what pages you visit on

Cookies allow us to see how you use, so that we can continuously improve the websites for easier and better use.

Who can see the information?

We use the information internally in our organisation. In addition, we have agreements with companies that make web statistics for our company. We ensure that the personal data you provide us are not exploited, as regulated by the Personal Data Act. This applies to all data that are registered during your visit, like information about how you use our website, or information you give us through filling out forms.

Our cookies cannot distribute malware or harm your computer in any way.

Systems that set cookies


Our website need these cookies to function properly. They are always activated and, for example, ensure that our online store and online services work and are safe to use.

  • Some of our pages contain iframes delivered by Sentry. When you open these, Sentry stores cookies in your browser.


These cookies help us understand how our website is used so that we can improve the experience and functionality of our website. For example, we can use statistics to see how many people visit our various websites.

We use several tools to measure how well our website work in order to improve it:

  • Piwic is a tool for digital analysis that measures traffic and behaviour on our website.
  • Siteimprove is a tool for analysing content, measure traffic and behaviour on our website.

User behavior and relevant content

These cookies are used to collect data on an individual level about how you use our websites. We can use the data to, among other things, improve our solutions, provide you with customized content on the websites and more relevant marketing in other communication channels such as e-mail if you are a customer of ours.

We collect, among other things

  • IP-adresses
  • date and time
  • browser type and hardware
  • which link you used to get to
  • behaviour on the pages

The information will be logged and can identify individual users.