Cookies policy

This cookies policy intends to inform in a simple and clear way how the information collected is used when browsing through the CTT Group websites, Apps and online services.

In this sense, the use of cookies in the various domains (and corresponding sub-domains) of the CTT Group companies is explained below.

Contact us for more information on the CTT Group Cookies Policy.

1. What are cookies

Cookies are small text files that websites place on the computers and mobile devices of people who visit those websites. These files may be temporary (automatically deleted when the browser is closed) or persist until a pre-established date.

The use of cookies is an ordinary practice, and the various browsers enable each user to refuse their use, as well to delete the cookies created.

2. How they are used

The use of cookies intends to improve the users’ browsing in the various CTT Group companies websites, making it simpler and swifter and turning it more interesting and dynamic. The contents disclosed will be oriented to the users’ expectations and needs, not harming the devices used (computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.).

If you don’t want to use cookies, you will still be able to browse through the CTT Group companies websites. Be informed that, when disabling cookies, the websites may not work correctly.

2.1. Type and validity of cookies

The cookies used on our websites may vary according to the placement on your device:

  • Session cookies - these expire when you close your browser and do not remain on your computer.
  • Persistent cookies - these are stored in the longer term on your computer. They are normally used to make sure the site remembers your preferences.

Additionally, considering the different purposes of cookies, they can be categorized into 4 different types , as shown in the list below:

The user can choose to use all or only some types of cookies mentioned above. If they choose not to activate cookies, they can still browse the websites of CTT Group companies. However, they should be aware that some web pages may be displayed incorrectly. To learn how to limit the use of cookies directly in your browser, please refer to the instructions provided in point 4.

3. Third Party Cookies

Cookies can be generated by domains belonging to CTT Group websites, Apps and online services or by domains belonging to third parties as identified in the table in point 2.1 . Cookies generated by third parties have similar functions to those generated internally, however, CTT Group websites, Apps and online services does not control how they are used, so it is recommended to consult the respective associated cookie policies.

This policy is reviewed periodically with the main purpose of updating the list of cookies used by third parties, without prejudice to the fact that, during the revisions, new cookies used for existing purposes may appear, which will be incorporated when updating.

4. Cookies management

In compliance with the current legislation, except in what concerns strictly necessary cookies, the CTT Group companies’ websites, apps and services only use cookies under the user’s previous express approval.

The CTT Group companies will only use cookies to the meet the above-mentioned aims.

It is very important to state that the use of cookies is essential to the proper operation of the CTT Group companies’ websites, apps and services, so we suggest their acceptance.

Disabling cookies will very likely affect the proper operation of the CTT Group companies’ websites, apps and services performance, or will prevent the use of some services. If you choose to disable cookies, we will not ensure full access to the services provided nor be sure that they will be effective during the visit. Disabling cookies will also affect the CTT Group companies’ websites, apps and services updates, to meet the user’s preferences and improve the performance.

4.1. Control operations

If you wish, you can perform the following cookies management/control operations through your browser:

  • Disable, block or enable all cookies;
  • Block “third party” cookies (i.e., cookies established by online services that are not the ones you are visiting);
  • Delete all cookies when closing the browser;
  • “Private”/” anonymous browsing”, lets you browse the web without recording the browsing history or storing local data, such as cookies (however, you should be aware of the limitations inherent to this resource as regards privacy);
  • Install plugins and others that extends the browser’s functionalities.

4.2. Remove cookies

So that the user can, in a simple and intuitive way, activate navigation without registration and manage cookies from the browser, you can use the following links:

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome


Internet Explorer



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