Commercial name: Embalex
Address: C/ Templer Guidó, 25. Pol. Palau Industrial. Palau-Solità i Plegamans. Barcelona
Company ID: B58108101
Phone: +34 93 864 01 70
Fax: +34 93 864 98 13
Domain name: embalex.com
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a simple text file that is stored on your computer after visiting certain websites. It allows a website to store and recover information about a user’s behaviour while on the site and, depending on the information they hold, they can also be used to identify a user.
What type of cookies does the web uses?
This site only uses session cookies - which are stored only temporarily during a browsing session and are deleted when the browser is closed - with the following objectives:
- Allowing the communication between the user’s equipment and the ¿net?.
- Strictly providing a service explicitly requested by the user.
- “user entry”
- Authenticating and identifying the user (each session).
- User’s safety / safety of the user .
- Multimedia player/playing multimedia during a session.
- Load balancing during a session.
- Personalising the user’s interface.
- As a supporting feature (Plug-in) to exchange social content.
This type of cookie is excluded from the realm of application of article 22 of the LSSI (known as “Cookies Law”) and, therefore, it is not necessary to inform of their consent.
 Session and user entry cookies are used to track the user when filling the online forms or to remember what articles are in the shopping basket.
 To detect repeated unsuccessful attempts of connecting to the site.
Types of cookies according to the entity that manages them
According to which is the entity managing the equipment or domain from where the cookies are sent and where the data obtained is treated, we can distinguish:
- Own cookies: These are the ones that are sent to the user’s terminal from www.embalex.com
- Third party cookies: These are cookies which are sent to the user’s terminal from equipment or a domain which is not managed by embalex, but by another entity which treats the data obtained through the cookies.
If the cookies are installed from the editor’s equipment or web domain but the information gathered is managed by third parties, they can’t be considered actual cookies.
Types of cookies according to how long they remain active for on the terminal
According to how long they are active we can distinguish between:
- Session cookies: these are a type of cookies designed to gather and store data while the user accesses the site. They are used to store temporary information so any page changes or item or data selection you do is remembered from page to page (i.e. shopping bag).
- Persistent cookies: these are a type of cookies in which data continue to be stored on the terminal and can be accessed and treated for a definite period by the entity responsible for the cookie, and this can last from some minutes to several years.
Type of cookies according to their purpose
According to the purpose the cookies are used for, we can distinguish between:
- Technical cookies: these are the cookies which allow the user to browse the website, platform or app and to use the different options or services existing there such as, for example, controlling the traffic and communication of data, identifying the session, accessing restricted access areas, using security elements while browsing or storing contents for the dissemination of videos or sounds or sharing content through social networks
- Personalised cookies: these cookies allow the user to access the service with some predefined characteristics according to a series of criteria in the user’s terminal such as, for example, the type of browser used to access the service, the regional configuration from which the service is accessed, etc.
- Analysis cookies: these are used to follow-up and analyse web user behavior and draw up browser profiles, to improve the goods and/ or services on offer, based on an analysis of the usage data. Regarding the management of the data gathered through analysis cookies, the workgroup of article 29 has expressed that, although they are not exempt of consent, they are not likely to be a risk for the user’s privacy as long as they are First Party Cookies, they process data that will be used in statistics, information about their purpose is facilitated and users can opt out of their data being used.
- Publicity Cookies: allow the management, in as an effective way as possible, of the publicity spaces that may be included on the website, application or platform, from which it offers the service requested based on criteria like edited content and frequency of advertisements.
- Behavioral publicity Cookies: these cookies store information of the users’ behavior obtained through the continued observation of browsing habits. Thanks to these, we can know the internet browsing habits and show you publicity related with your browsing profile.
You can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your equipment through the configuration of options on your internet browser.
On the following links you have all the information available to configure or deactivate your cookies on your browser:
Who has access to embalex's cookies?
Embalex only uses one technical and session cookies and no information is gathered through them and, therefore, it s not managed by third parties or the editor.