Cookies are small text files stored on the user's computer by websites. Following the changes introduced by Directive 2009/136 / EC on Privacy and Electronic Communications, implemented by Legislative Decree 28/5/2012, n. 69, it is now illegal to use cookies to collect information about users without having obtained prior consent. There has been a lot of discussion about the cookies and the privacy of users on the Internet, and the legislative changes are intended to make it easier for users to know and control the information that websites, such as the Kleber, store on their behalf.

Why KLEBER uses cookies

KLEBER uses cookies for many reasons. Some cookies are essential, as it would not be possible, for example, to purchase products without their use.
KLEBER is always looking for ways to improve the website and to help you gather information about your products. To do this, it is important for KLEBER to understand how users use the website.

Cookies also help KLEBER to offer the user a better and richer experience; for example, if you find something interesting, you may want to report it on Facebook or Twitter and cookies facilitate this operation. It is possible that you would like to find out where to buy KLEBER products and, in this case, cookies facilitate this search by temporarily storing information.
In place of a very long list, KLEBER has classified the cookies that it uses based on the type of use.
KLEBER classifies cookies in the Essential, Statistical, Functional and Tracing categories.

How to notify the user and obtain his consent

When you visit the Kleber website for the first time, a banner is displayed at the top of the screen to inform you that KLEBER uses the cookies described in this Policy on this site. The banner asks the user if he wants more information and contains a link to open the corresponding page. If you decide to ignore the notification and continue to use the website, KLEBER will store a cookie on your computer to record this choice and the subsequent navigation of the website will be considered a consent to the use of cookies used on the website in question. The notification banner will not be displayed again on the screen at future visits to the website, but users have the option to remove cookies at any time through the browser settings.
If you decide to partially or totally remove cookies, remember that using the website can be influenced by the removal of cookies and, if the computer on which cookies are disabled is shared, such removal will affect all users who they use this computer.
The Help section of the web browser should contain information on managing cookie settings.
This page is a summary and lists ALL the cookies used for the site.

Dove è possibile trovare ulteriori informazioni sui cookie

KLEBER is not responsible for the content of third-party external websites that may set or not set cookies.

KLEBER cookie types


Some websites, such as e-commerce websites (where the consumer has a shopping cart) simply do not work without the use of cookies and their removal would seriously compromise not only the user experience on the website, but also the ability to perform useful operations such as adding items to the cart and completing the check-out phase. Some KLEBER websites have protected areas that you need to recognize when navigating the user on the website.
Under the EU Directive, cookies that are essential for the use of a website can also be used without consent; however, KLEBER would like to provide users with all the information available.

KLEBER uses Essential cookies for ...
Remember what the user ordered when opening other pages in a single visit
Remember the goods and services ordered when the user goes to the check-out page
Identify that the user has logged in to KLEBER websites
The cookies that KLEBER has defined as Essentials will NOT be used for ...
Collect information that could be used to advertise products or services to the user
Remember your preferences or username after the current visit
This site does not use cookies that KLEBER has defined as Essentials.


Statistical cookies collect information on how to use the website by the user, for example: which pages are visited and the errors that can be found. These cookies are completely anonymous and are used only to help Kleber improve the functioning of its website and understand the interests of users.
KLEBER uses Statistical cookies for ...
Get statistics on how to use your website
Contribute to the improvement of the website by measuring any errors that occur
Cookies that have been defined as Statistical will NOT be used for ...
Collect information that may be used to advertise products or services to you on other websites
Sometimes, some of these cookies are managed on behalf of KLEBER by third parties, but KLEBER does not allow such third parties to use cookies for purposes other than those listed above.
Below is a list of cookies that have been defined as Statistic.
_utma; __utmb; __utmc; __utmz; xtan*; xtant*; xtvrn; xtvid; crm_cookieEnabled; cntr; Counter
crmseen; donex; url1; url1VisitTime; urlEndTime


Functional cookies are used to provide services or to remember settings in order to improve the visit and the user experience on KLEBER websites.
KLEBER uses Functional cookies for ...
Remember if the user has already been asked if he wants to participate in an investigation
Show the user when he or she logged into the website
Share information with partners to provide a service on the KLEBER website. The shared information is used solely to provide the service, product or functionality and never for other purposes
Cookies defined as Functional will NOT be used for ...
Address the user to other websites
Some of these cookies are managed on behalf of KLEBER by third parties. In this case, KLEBER does not allow such third parties to use cookies for purposes other than those listed above.
Below is a list of cookies that have been defined as functional. 
KLEBER-ts-1; KLEBER-ts-2; KLEBER-ts-3; KLEBER-ts-4; KLEBER-ts-5; KLEBER-ts-6; KLEBER-ts-901; KLEBER-ts-902; KLEBER-ts-903; warningCookie; measurementType; pressNewsFilters; JSESSIONID; sessionIdCookie.


Tracing cookies are linked to services provided by third parties, for example the "Like" and "Share" buttons and the monitoring of the effectiveness of advertising. These services are provided by third parties in exchange for recognition that the KLEBER website has been visited by the user.
KLEBER uses Tracing cookies for ...
Connect to social networks like Facebook, which can subsequently use information about the user's visit to send targeted advertisements to other websites
Provide advertising agencies with information about the user's visit so that it is possible for them to present advertisements to which the user in question might be interested
Below is a list of cookies that KLEBER has defined as Tracing.
_utma; __utmb; __utmc; __utmz; xtan*; xtant*; xtvrn; xtvid; crm_cookieEnabled; cntr; Counter
crmseen; donex; url1; url1VisitTime; urlEndTime

Web beacon

Web beacons are tiny invisible images that KLEBER uses in their e-mail newsletters. These images make it possible to identify statistical information concerning the use of newsletters and allow KLEBER to improve this service.
If you want to prevent this statistical information from being collected, you need to set the HTML deactivation in the email system so that the KLEBER newsletter is read only as text.
All the newsletters sent by KLEBER will contain a link to cancel the receipt.