In this policy we describe what cookies are, what they are used for and what different types that may appear on this website.


The website uses cookies. Cookies are small text files stored on the visitor’s computer, which can save personal settings and allow tracking of the behavior on the site.

Most browsers are preset to accept cookies, but you can set up your browser to notify you when it receives a cookie. Then you can decide whether to receive it or not.

When visiting our website, a pop-up will inform you about the different cookies that we use and how you can set your browser to receive them. In this way, you can decide if you want to accept or reject each individual cookie.

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer. Cookies can save personal settings and are normally used to improve the user’s browsing experience – for example, by adapting a website to suit the user’s preferences, choices, and interests.


Certain cookies are necessary to display the content on our website and these can not be disabled if you want access to all functionality on the site. These cookies do not store any information that can identify you as an individual. They are just available to improve the user’s experience when visiting our site.

Connection Control Cookies, “Session cookies”, are available to identify and authenticate the user during the visit to the website. A “session cookie” contains a random string (session ID) assigned to the visitor’s device. “Session cookies” are used to set and remember some user settings, such as language or pre-filled forms, just to make it easier for you as a visitor.


We use cookies analysis to conduct and evaluate statistics on our visitors’ overall behavior on our site. For example:

  • Which external pages our visitors come from
  • Which search terms that are used
  • Which subpages that are visited most frequently

We collect statistically about the usage and behavior on our website. This information is collected to make our site as user-friendly and relevant as possible to you as a visitor. All the information collected for this purpose is aggregated at an overall level and is completely anonymous. 

Ingli Sweden uses Google Analytics, Search Console and Tag Manager from Google as well as Hotjar for analytics and Act-on as opt-in tool*. We also use various social media platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

* With opt-in, we mean the forms that can be filled in to get in contact with us or to receive newsletters, invitations and other content, such as white papers, articles, and videos. Then the user’s email address will be linked to an IP address that Act-on will recognize at the next visit to our site.


When you use the Internet from your computer or mobile device, some information will be transferred, so called log files. This is a file containing the device’s log, which is a chronological list of the events and actions made from the device. When you visit our site, the visit will get stored in your log files. This information is anonymous and can not be linked to you as a person.

Note that Cookies does not save any personal information about you as a visitor. If you continue to use our website without changing your settings, we assume that you have no trouble receiving our cookies.

Personal information that you may register yourself is protected by Ingli Sweden and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Regulation. Detailed information about how we process personal data is available in our Privacy Policy