1. INTRODUCTIONThe www.zenitlogistics.es website is published by ZENIT LOGISTICS, S.A.In compliance with article 22 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on information society and e-commerce services, ZENIT LOGISTICS, S.A. provides users with information relating to cookies, what they are, which types are installed on users’ computers when they visit our website, and what their purpose is.2. WHAT ARE COOKIES? A “cookie” is a data element that a website may send to a browser and store on the user’s system.Cookies are small text files that an online service provider (such as www.zenitlogistics.es) installs on the computers of people visiting its website. They can gather information on how they use the website by recording the computer’s activities in relation to that website, such as when making purchases.Cookies are chiefly used to optimise how the website operates. Cookies generated when a user only visits our website do not allow us to identify that person3. TYPES OF COOKIES The following information will help you to understand the different types of cookies:Session cookies:These are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s cookies folder until you leave the website, so they never remain on the user’s computer. The information obtained by these cookies is used to analyse traffic patterns on the website. For example, they can monitor how our websites are used during a single browsing session, and help make using the website more efficient.Persistent cookies: These are stored on the user’s computer during a browsing session and remain on the computer after the session has come to an end. Persistent cookies remain active for predetermined periods, which can range from a few minutes to years.4. THIS DEPENDS ON THE ORGANISATION THAT MANAGES THEMFirst-party cookies These are cookies that are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain managed by the website’s publisher and from where the service requested by the user is provided.They can include session cookies and persistent cookies. We use first-party cookies to track movements made from the user’s computer or other device when visiting our website, e.g. for marketing and analysis purposes.Third-party cookies These are cookies sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain managed not by the publisher but by another organisation that treats the data obtained through cookies, such as those used in social networks or for external content, such as Google Maps.List and description of cookies: The following provides more detailed information on the cookies that are installed on a users computer when visiting our website: Any questions? If the User has any questions, they should not hesitate to contact us.