Cookie statement

This is how we use cookies

Cookies used by Van Geenen

Openness and transparency

Van Geenen uses functional, analytical and tracking cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphone when you first visit this website. Among other things, Van Geenen uses cookies purely for technical purposes. These ensure that the website works properly and that your preferences are remembered, for example.

In addition, we place cookies that track your browsing behaviour so that we can offer tailor-made content and advertisements. When you first visited our website, we already informed you about these cookies and asked for your permission to place them. You can opt out of these cookies here with your preferred settings. In addition, you can delete all previously stored information via your browser settings. Go to for an explanation.

Below, we show you which cookies we use, what kind of cookies they are and whether these cookies share data:

Cookie name More information Does it share information?
GDPR Consent “gdprc_bar_hidden” Storage period +/- 1 month
“gdprc_consents” Storage period +/- 1 month

Functional cookies.
These are cookies that are used by the so-called cookie bar. It saves your consent to activate other cookies. In case you do not give your consent, other non-functional and non-analytical cookies will remain disabled.

This cookie does not share information with third parties
Google Analytics “_ga” Storage period 1 day
“_gat” Storage period 1 day
“_gid” Storage period +/- 1 month

Analytical cookies.
We collect visitor statistics with these cookies. This helps us understand visitor behaviour on our website. This is how we try to keep improving our website. This data is anonymous.

The data will be shared partly anonymously with Google Analytics.
Facebook pixel “fr” Storage period +/- 3 months

Tracking cookies.
We use these cookies to track your activity on our website. If possible, your Facebook profile will be linked to your visit to our website. Based on this, your visited pages on and your preferences on Facebook will be used to offer you, and other people with similar preferences, targeted services on various advertising platforms.

Your data will be shared with Facebook

Cookies from Embeds

A page that contains Youtube, Vimeo, Google Maps or where other embeds are processed will almost always leave cookies on your computer. Unfortunately, we have no control over which cookies the embeds place on your system, but we would like to draw your attention to this.

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