Use of cookies on

The following describes Cramo Plc’s use of cookies on this website and how you can block or erase cookies.

If you choose not to accept cookies, you might not be able to use all parts of the website and some parts of the site might not work correctly.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files with information stored on your computer (or another device you use to access the website) when you visit a website. A cookie will typically contain the name of the site that the cookie came from, how long the cookie will be stored and a number (usually a randomly generated unique number). Cookies are used to make websites work more effectively but also to provide certain information to the owner of a website. Cookies make it possible to distinguish different users from each other, which can give each user a more personalized and positive experience of the website.

What does Cramo Plc use cookies for?

Cramo Plc uses cookies needed for the site to work correctly and are necessary for you to navigate around the website and use its features.

The website also uses cookies which make it possible to optimize the website’s functions to improve your experience and to individualize future visits, by remembering your user preferences.

Cookies that are used on the Cramo Plc website

There are three types of cookies on the website:

  • Long-term cookies, i.e. Cookies that saves a file on your device for an extended period. Long-term cookies are used, for example, with functions which describe what information is new since you last visited the site. How long the cookie remains on your device depends on the lifetime of the specific cookie and your browser settings.
  • Session cookies, i.e. cookies that are temporarily stored in your devise’s memory while you are visiting a website and when you’re navigating on a page. Session cookies are used, for example, to determine what language you have chosen. When you leave a site the session cookies used are deleted.
  • Third-party cookies, i.e. cookies that belong to domains other than those shown in the address bar. Third-party Cookies allows for tracking of the user’s browsing history.

The table below lists the individual cookies used on our website, their purpose, what information the cookie saves, if it is a long-term cookie, a session cookie (or a third-party cookie), the retention period of every cookie that is stored on the hard disk and whether the information comes from, or are disclosed to third parties.

Cookie Purpose Stored information Retention Sharing
__atuvc ( This cookie is created by, a social sharing service run by Clearspring Technologies Inc. The cookie is used to make sure the user sees the correct updated count if they share a page. Share count cache 2 years No sharing
__atuvs ( This cookie is created by, a social sharing service run by Clearspring Technologies Inc. The cookie is used to make sure the user sees the correct updated count if they share a page. Share count cache 2 years No sharing
cookie_enabled ( This cookie is used to determine if Cookies are accepted by the visitor. A string “yes” or “no” 7 hours No sharing
PHPSESSID ( This cookie is used by the website to set session preferences. No personal data is stored. A random hash value One session No sharing
wordpress_test_cookie ( This cookie tests the visitors browser to see if it supports WordPress Login. A string “WP+Cookie+check” 1 year No sharing

Cramo Plc uses the AddThis sharing buttons and platform to allow for you as a user to share content through email, social networking websites, blogs etc.

If you send an email using an AddThis-button AddThis Inc will use your email address, the email address of the person (or people) to whom you are sending the content, and the content in the accompanying message (if you chose to write one).

AddThis will use this personal data only to send the email on your behalf and the data is not combined with any other personal data collected. AddThis’s possibility to use and share information collected by AddThis about your visits to our website is restricted by the AddThis Terms of Service, available at and the AddThis Privacy Policy, available at

How to block and/or delete cookies

Most browsers have a default setting that accept the use of cookies. You can change these settings so that you are warned whenever a cookie is sent to your device, or create a main rule, which means that cookies are blocked. You can also choose to delete all the cookies that are stored on your device.

Instructions on how to delete stored cookies or change your cookie settings is specified in the browser’s help function. If you use different devices to view and access the website, you have to ensure that the browser on each device is adjusted to your preferences regarding cookies.

Changes in these guidelines and any questions

If you have any questions about our use of cookies, please contact us at
Cramo Plc may update this information from time to time. The date of the last update is October 14, 2016.