Cookies Policy

Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that are sent to and installed on our devices, through the web browser, with the aim of gathering certain information about our browsing. This information is always gathered anonymously, so it never allows to identify the user. The systems only use it for recognising the browser and some statistical data in order to improve the services we offer.

Own cookies

The portal has been installed with a tool that warns of the use of cookies, this tool uses a session cookie called viewed_cookie_policy and its purpose is to remember your preferences regarding the information facilitated in relation to these mechanisms.

Third party cookies

These types of cookies are those that are created and managed by third parties, that is, they are those established by domains other than the website being visited. (Various cookies perform different functions). In our case, we have several YouTube cookies linked to the video shown in the home of www.infarco.com:

Name Purpose Expiration
GPS Registers a unique identification on mobile devices to allow tracking based on geographical location by GPS 11 day
YSC Registers a unique identification to keep statistics of which Youtube videos embedded in the web the user has seen. Session cookie 1 day
VISITOR_ INFO1_LIVE Tracks the visited videos that are embedded in the web. 180 days aprox.
PREF Stores the display and search preferences of Youtube videos 240 days aprox

Google Analytics Cookies

At www.infarco.com, we use Google Analytics to measure how the users interact with our website and related sites, and to understand how they interact with us through this channel.

Google ensures that the cookies installed do not include personal data and that they are used only for the purpose of gathering information to measure search trends, user preferences, the operation of the website, associated advertisements, the location of the user and others.

In this sense, it is important to note that this information about the use of our website is obtained by Google itself, in its own name, and that Infarco does not have access to such information at any time. Infarco can only view the aggregate information that is subsequently facilitated by Google through Google Analytics and which is not associated to any IP address.

Therefore, it is Google who directly determines the purpose of the processing and use of the information gathered by Google Analytics, as well as the functioning and duration of the “cookie”.

Specifically, at www.infarco.com we have the following Google Analytics cookies:

Name  Purpose Expiration
_ga Registers a unique identification that is used to generate statistical data about how the visitor uses the website. 2 years
_gat Used by Google Analytics to control the rate of requests. 1 day
_gid Registers a unique identification that is used to generate statistical data about how the visitor uses the website. 1 day
IDE It is one of Google’s main advertising cookies on websites. Its objective is to target advertising based on the content that is relevant to the user, to improve campaign performance reports and to avoid showing ads that the user has already seen. 1 year

For more information on the cookies used by Google, please visit Types of cookies used by Google. Likewise, the cookies that Google Analytics installs on your computer in order to perform these measurements are described in Cookies usage on websites. Google provides its service according to its general conditions and its own privacy policy.

Consent or rejection of “cookies”

If you do not agree with the described “cookies” being able to gathered the information mentioned, you may reject their installation in your browser settings. Below we have included the links to the instructions required for rejecting “cookies” on the most common browsers:

Google Chrome

Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox

Safari para IPhone, IPad, IPod


In the case of mobile devices, it is also common for the browser to have these options in the Settings section.

However, we remind you that if you reject the use of “cookies”, it is possible that certain services and features of our website may be disabled, and you will therefore not be able to make optimum use of this site. We also remind you that, if you continue browsing our website without customising your browser settings to reject the use of cookies, it will be understood that you are

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