Cookie policy

Cookie Information 

In accordance with Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR]), Eigenmann & Veronelli SPA provides the following details about the cookies used on the domain (hereafter referred to as the “Website”).

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text fragments, typically composed of letters and numbers, sent from the Website and stored by your browser on your device. These cookies are then sent back to the Website on your subsequent visits.

Cookies retain information about your visits to the Website, enhancing its functionality and your  user experience.

Cookies can be categorized based on their:

  • Duration: session or persistent cookies
  • Origin: first-party or third-party cookies
  • Purpose: strictly necessary cookies, performance analysis cookies, and behavioural advertising cookies

Session cookies, which expire at the end of a browser session (usually when the browser is closed or the session times out), are useful for maintaining an active browsing session. Persistent cookies, which are stored longer than session cookies (they  persist between sessions), are useful for remembering your preferences and for tailoring the advertising delivered to you by the Website.

The difference between first-party and third-party cookies lies in the identity of the website or domain that installs them. First-party cookies are installed directly by our Website, while third-party cookies are installed from  a different domain to which the Website links to if it incorporates elements from other services, such as advertising platforms.

It is worth noting that functions typically performed by a cookie can also be performed by similar technologies, some of which include capabilities for identifying user devices for Website analysis. In fact, identifying data is made available to any technological system that stores or accesses information on your device. Such technologies include, for example, HTML5 local storage, local shared objects (also known as flash cookies), and fingerprinting techniques. From here on, when we refer to cookies, we shall  also be referring to these similar technologies.

What are the purposes of the cookies used by this site? 

Strictly necessary cookies enable the Website to function correctly and facilitate users’ access to its content and services. For instance, these cookies allow you to maintain the contents of a cart while browsing, and enable you to bypass the cookie information pop-up when visiting the Website once your consent has been given and recorded. Strictly necessary cookies cannot be disabled, and your prior consent is not required for their installation. These cookies are stored in your browser for as long as necessary for the Website to function; if they are persistent cookies, they can be stored for up to one year.


Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors interact with sites by anonymously collecting and transmitting information.

Statistical and technical cookies







2 years.


Used to generate anonymous statistical data on visitor use of a  website


1 days.


Used to generate anonymous statistical data on visitor use of a  website


1 minute


Used to limit the rate of requests


30 days.


Used to generate anonymous statistical data on visitor use of a  website


6 months


This group sets a unique ID to remember your preferences and other information such as website statistics


179 days.


This cookie is set by Google reCAPTCHA, which protects our Website from spam requests on contact forms


1 month


Associated with the Googlemap service and geolocation


2 years.


Used for Google services consent


1 year

Keep the language of the last page of the last page visited

The website does not employ techniques for the direct acquisition of personal identification data of users, nor does it use user tracking or profiling technologies. In fact, our IT systems do not make use of any persistent cookies, and use only statistical tools and technical session cookies for the transmission of personal data, which is not stored beyond the end of a session. Even though  Eigenmann & Veronelli SpA does all it can to apply technical measures that deactivate or neutralize third-party cookies on its website, these file types can still be activated by functions that allow interaction with social networks, which can then track your browsing. This could occur, for example, if you opt to use the share button on the website to connect to LinkedIn or YouTube. We therefore encourage you to always refer to your social network provider’s policies on how it processes personal data.

User Profiling Cookies:  The only processing we carry out is for site statistics, for which we use pseudonymized traffic data. The website is configured not to process identifying data. However, it does collect the following information:

  • Your IP address, which is masked by zeroing the last 2 bytes (
  • The operating system you are using
  • The type of browser you are using
  • The type of device you are using (PC, smartphone, etc.)

How are cookie preferences managed?

Upon your first access to any page of the website, a banner message appears with brief privacy information, allowing you to choose whether and which cookies to install. Only “necessary cookies” remain active for the duration of the browsing session; all other cookies remain disabled until you voluntarily decide to activate them. You may revoke your consent to receive other than strictly necessary cookies at any time. In addition to the above, you can also change your cookie settings on your browser, use it to delete all or some cookies, or limit cookies to certain sites. Instructions for changing the cookie settings on the most commonly used browsers are as follows:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari

Disabling cookies or deleting them can impair the full enjoyment of some areas of the website and prevent some features, including third-party services, from functioning.

Your Rights

By contacting the data controller by email at, you can ask EIGENMANN & VERONELLI SpA to give you access to data relating to you, to delete the data, to limit the processing of data under the meaning of Article 18 of the GDPR, and to object to the processing of data even in cases of legitimate interest. If the processing is based on user consent or a contract and is carried out using automated tools, you have the right to receive the data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, as well as, if technically feasible, the right to transmit it unimpeded to another data controller. You also have the right to withdraw consent for non-necessary cookies without affecting the functioning and functionality of the website. Finally, you have the right to apply officially to the Data Protection Authority to demand the protection of personal data.

Data Controller

The data controller of your personal data is EIGENMANN & VERONELLI SpA with headquarters at Via Della Mosa, 6 – 20017 Rho (MI). To exercise your rights,  email us at:

Information on Data Processing

For information relating to the processing of personal data carried out by the website, please follow the provided link.