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Cookie information

This website uses cookies. Some of the cookies are essential and needed for the page to work properly, display correctly, and offer basic functionality on the site. Others are non-essential and may be used for analytical and statistical purposes (such as showing visitor patterns and user behaviour in a non-personal, aggregation of data material.) Advertising (Targeting) Cookies are in place for advertisement purposes.

The non-essential cookies can be kept deactivated or be activated by the user in our Cookie consent-popup on the initial visit to


What are cookies?

Cookies are small snippets of text in a file, exchanged with and stored on your browser. The purpose of cookies is to determine how the page is best displayed on your device, enabling site functions like forms and menus, and gathering statistics about user behaviour for analytical purposes. Also, advertisement cookies will be used to determine if and how our AdWords on Google search is performing. Essential cookies that are needed to make the website work, is the only type of cookies that are enabled by default. You decide what other categories of cookies will be allowed for your visit, by opting-in on the cookie setting menu popup.

To read more about what cookies are, visit All About Computer Cookies - Session Cookies, Persistent Cookies, How to Enable/Disable/Manage Cookies (


Cookie classification can be determined by the time they are set to expire, and the domain from which they originate. Types of cookies can be:

  • A session cookie - is deleted when the user closes the browser or leave the website.

  • Persistent cookie - stays on the user's device for a set time. This can be a day, a week or another predetermined time value.


When classifying by domains, we divide cookies by:

  • first-party cookies - are used by the web server that hosts the page and the domains connected to that page. An example is for mobile visitors to our website. Cookies from this domain will be classified as first-party cookies.

  • third-party cookies - are saved on another domain. A third-party cookie can be used when the webpage use functionality from other providers, such as JavaScript, located outside its domain. Our Customer Service ticket system is an example of functionality that can require a third-party cookie to function properly.


The cookies we use, display information such as:

  • What domain from which you access – but specific IP addresses are made anonymous.

  • The Internet browser and operating system you use.

  • Time and date for your visit.

  • Viewed pages, and the navigation on our website.

  • Any links back to our website from other domains, and the address of that website.

  • Search information that led you to, specifically how these searches correlate with AdWords for marketing purposes.


Whenever personal data is processed by using cookies, for purposes such as optimising this website or for marketing activities internally or on external ad placements, the processing of this data is grounded in Article 6 (1) about GDPR and stem from our legitimate interest in serving customer and user base, introducing new users to, and reaching out to potential visitors that have shown interest in NAVTOR products and services by contacting us through our website.

Here are some useful links to manage your browsers cookie settings:

Cookie settings in Firefox

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer

Cookie settings in Google Chrome

Cookie settings in Safari (OS X)

Cookie settings in Safari (iOS)

Cookie settings in Android


A list of third-party cookies in use from Google Analytics:

_ga - Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.

_gat - Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate. This cookie does not store any user information; it's just used to limit the number of requests that have to be made to, an advertisement feature in Google Analytics.

_gid - This cookie stores information on how visitors use a website and help with making an analytics report of how the website is doing. The data collected including the number of visitors, the source where they have come from, and the pages visited in an anonymous form.

To opt-out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, visit this link:

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