Cookie Policy


This policy seeks to explain how this Website uses cookies to provide clear and relevant information to enable Users to make their own choices and control what happens when accessing the Website. The policy uses the term "cookies" to refer to cookies and similar technologies envisaged by law (such as, for example, Local Shared Objects - commonly referred to as "flash cookies", web beacons or bugs, including clear or transparent gifs).
The information collected relates to data that could enable Users/ visitors to be identified by association and processing with data held by third parties (such as IP address numbers, domain names of computers used by people who connect to the Website). This document forms an integral and substantive part of the Privacy Policy and the Policy Statement contained therein, also issued pursuant to Articles 13 and 14 of EU Regulation 2016/679. We therefore ask that you read this document.

Applicable law

This subject is governed by European Directive 2002/58/EC, as amended by Directive 2009/136/EC and transposed into the national laws of the Member States of the European Union, which requires Users to be informed and their consent to the use of cookies and similar technologies to be obtained.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file, usually containing letters and numbers, which is downloaded to the User's device when he/she accesses the Website. Cookies are then sent to the original site on each subsequent visit.
This information may relate to the User, his or her preferences or the device used to access the site (computer, tablet or mobile phone) and is primarily used to adjust the site to work to the User's expectations or to collect data for statistical purposes.
The use of cookies and similar technologies has been commonplace for a long time as cookies are important for the provision of many online services. The use of these technologies is not, therefore, prohibited by law, but requires that Users are informed about cookies and are offered the option of accepting them or not.

Different types of cookies

Cookies are classified in different ways according to the profile in question. Cookies are divided into session or persistent cookies, depending on duration.

Session Cookies

Cookies may expire at the end of a browser session (i.e. from when a user opens the browser window until they exit the browser), allowing websites to link a user’s actions during a browser session. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as remembering what a User put in their shopping basket as they browse a site. They could also be used for security when a User accesses internet banking or to facilitate the use of webmail. These session cookies expire after a single browser session.
The use of session cookies (which, in any case, are not stored permanently on the User's computer and are automatically deleted as soon as the browser is closed) is strictly for the purposes of data transmission (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) which identify the specific session and are necessary to enable secure and efficient browsing. The session cookies used on this Website avoid the need to use other computer techniques that could compromise the confidentiality of Users’ web browsing.

Persistent cookies

Cookies may be kept for longer than one session; they are stored on the User’s device during separate browser sessions and allow Users' actions on a website to be remembered. Persistent cookies may be used for a variety of purposes, including remembering Users’ preferences and choices when using a site (or in some cases across various websites).

"First-party" and "third-party" cookies

Cookies may be categorised as first- or third-party cookies, depending on the party that creates them. The circumstances that determine whether a cookie is a "first-party" or "third-party" cookie is closely connected with the website or domain that uses that particular cookie. "First-party" cookies are, in essence, cookies created by the website visited by the User - i.e. the site displayed in the URL window; in our case, the cookies created by the Owner’s website. “Third-party” cookies are cookies that are created by a domain other than the one visited by the User, i.e. cookies that are created by websites other than the Owner’s website. If a User visits a website (such as this one) and a third party creates a cookie via this website, this specific cookie is known as a "third-party" cookie.

Technical Cookies

Technical cookies are necessary for communication on the electronic network and are normally directly installed by the website Owner or manager; they are necessary for the proper functioning of the site or for improving the service provided to the User. Users' prior consent is not required for the installation of these cookies, but they must be informed about their presence.

Profiling Cookies

Profiling cookies are designed to create User profiles and are used to send advertising messages according to the preferences shown by the User when web-browsing. Users must be informed of the presence of profiling cookies and must consent to their use.
We use cookies on this website to collect information on how visitors use the site so that we can assess and improve its operation. Users’ personal data will not be accessible to us except in anonymous and aggregated form. We use Google Analytics cookies for this purpose.

Targeted Advertising Cookies

These cookies derive from third-party services and allow us to provide advertising agencies with information about Users’ visits to our website, so that Users can view advertising messages based on their interests. In the same way, these cookies allow us to connect to social networks, which can also use information about Users' visits to our site to show them advertising messages.

Data Control

LOGISTA ITALIA, as identified in the Privacy Policy, is the Data Controller and liable only for its own "first-party" cookies. Conversely, "third-party" cookies are owned by their respective companies.

Consent to cookies

This site uses various techniques for obtaining Users’ consent: one way is for the User to check the specific box below setting out the use of cookies.
Browser settings are another way of giving your consent or refusal to cookies; Users can configure their browsers so that they are advised of the presence of cookies and can decide whether or not to accept them. Users can also automatically reject all cookies by activating the relevant option in their browser.
Each browser displays instructions on how to do this. If Users wish to disable the use of cookies, they can change the browser settings to block them. Details on the appropriate procedure can be found in the browser guide. Please note that if all cookies are disabled, use of the website and the services offered may be fully or partially compromised.

Additional information on cookies

For further information on cookies installed via this Website, please write to the following email address:

Policy Updating

The entry into force of any new industry regulations, as well as the ongoing examination and updating of User services, may necessitate a change in the way personal data is processed. It is therefore possible that this policy will change over time and Users are therefore encouraged to consult this page periodically. For this reason, the policy document bears the date on which it was updated.


Date of Preparation: 25/05/2018

Last updated: 01/07/2020