Cookies Policy


Dear visitor, uses cookies to provide users with a pleasant browsing experience and to support efforts to provide user-friendly services (for example: online privacy preferences, site language options, etc.).


A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is stored on any terminal with internet access (computer, mobile phone, tablet etc.) and is installed by the request sent by a web server to a browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome etc.) and is completely passive – does not contain software, viruses, spyware, and cannot access information on the user’s hard drive.


The cookie itself does not require personal information to be used and, in most cases, does not personally identify Internet users. If you do not want to receive a certain type of cookies, you can disable it by following the instructions below. If you change your mind, you can re-enable cookies using the same settings.


NOTE: If you disable certain cookies, you may lose some useful features that you were accustomed to having when you visit the Plast Technik site. However, most of the content on the site is functional without cookies.


Even though we do our best to fully implement your settings, some cookies may not be implemented. To prevent such situations, please check your cookie settings in your browser and, if necessary, change them manually.


There are different types of cookies which are used as needed:

  • Technical cookies: allow you to view the website, proper functioning, creating an account, and performing auto login. These are indispensable for the site to function properly.
  • Third-party cookies: In some cases, third parties (an external organization that provides our services) put a cookie on the device to get information about the browsing habits that identify the use of certain services provided. An example might be a third-party cookie indicating that a click on a link that redirects to our website from a search made with Google or other search engines. Another example is the “Like” button on Facebook. This button generates a cookie that can be read by Facebook. It can be considered a third-party cookie. Third-party cookie policy is not part of our cookie policy. For more information, please directly contact third-party vendors.


Cookie preferences can be changed. From the browser settings (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome, etc.), the user can decide which cookies he wants to accept and which they do not want to accept. To know where these settings are, you need to use your browser’s “Help” button.


Below you can find instructions for the main types of browsers:










If you do not use one of these browsers, you can use the browser’s “Help” button to find the settings information you want.

However, you should keep in mind that certain cookies, if they are refused, could jeopardize the proper functioning of the website.


Using Facebook and Google plug-ins

If a user visits a website page with such a plug-in, a link will be made to the Facebook or Google server, and the plug-in will be viewed on the web page through a browser message. This will tell the Facebook or Google server the pages that were visited by the user. If certain plug-in features are used (e.g., click the “Like” button or comments), this information will be added to the user’s Facebook or Google account. Other information about the use of information by Facebook or Google is contained in the Facebook or Google privacy policy.


Social network links (Social Media)

Data collected by Facebook or other third parties is subject to their privacy policy.



Cookies Policy

Dear user, uses cookies to provide users with a pleasant browsing experience. By continuing to browse our site, you consent to the use of this information in accordance with the Cookies Policy. For information on settings, please see the Cookies Policy