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Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.
You can choose to accept or decline cookies through your browser and the cookie control on our website.
The cookies we use
The cookies we use are divided into 4 main categories:
- Strictly necessary cookies
- Functional cookies
- Analytics cookies
- Marketing cookies
Changing your cookie preferences
You can change your cookie preferences any time by visiting the cookie settings controls, and then toggling on/off the cookie categories presented (please note that you cannot manage the ‘Strictly necessary cookies’ as these are required to make the website operate properly, but you can manage these within your browser if required - please consult your browser documentation for how to do this).
When you change your cookie preferences, the system will no longer run scripts within that category, and in doing so will attempt to delete the relevant cookies. Please note that some cookies might remain, but as the scripts which set them (on previous consent) will no longer run - they will no longer be able to read or process the cookie-related information from your device.
If you specifically want to delete cookies set by third parties that you previously accepted, then you can do this via the controls in your browser (please consult your browser documentation for how to do this).
The cookies that are used within each category are presented below.
Strictly necessary cookies
Strictly necessary or ‘System cookies’ are cookies that are deemed to be critical for the basic functioning of our website, including login functions, form submission security and to tailor visual elements on a per-session basis.
|_cms_session||Session identifier||Destroyed when user quits the browser|
|user_credentials||Login identifier||Destroyed when user quits the browser|
|cc_cookie||Records your cookie consent preferences||Expires after 6 months|
|__cf_bm||Used by the website font(s) to distinguish between humans and bots||Destroyed when user quits the browser|
|_GRECAPTURE||Used by Recaptcha (on some forms) to distinguish between humans and bots||Expires after 6 months|
Google and Google Analytics cookies
Google Ads cookies
Google Ads cookies enable Ancon to present offers and promotional marketing to you on the Google Ads network. Read more about Google's privacy statement.
Our use of LinkedIn Insights also leads to cookies being set by LinkedIn. Their full list is available here.
Progressive profiling cookies
Cookies to enable Ancon to track the downloads that users access, so we can develop a better profile of what content our website users access.
|anconp||Only installed if you choose to share your details with us. Prevents the need for subsequent logins or remembering a password. Tracks details of site visits/downloads for analytical purposes only.||Permanent unless removed|
A partir du 9 novembre 2020, nous communiquerons avec en tant que Leviat. Des changements passionnants ont eu lieu dans notre entreprise qui nous permettent de vous fournir une offre améliorée de produits et de services, et de renforcer notre capacité à répondre à vos besoins en évolution à l’avenir.
Un nouveau dispositif d’ancrage développé par Ancon et proposant une nouvelle manière de construire les joints de reprise de bétonnage voiles/dalles a été élu « Meilleur produit exposé » au salon UK Concrete 2013, la plus grande exposition d’Europe consacrée au béton.