Identification and Cookies Policy

This website is the property of LICAMPA 1617 S.L. (LICAMPA), with Spanish Tax ID no. B-98955503 and registered address at C/ Ciutat de Lliria 5, Polígono Industrial Fuente del Jarro, Paterna (Valencia), CP 46988, registered in the Mercantile Registry of Valencia on Sheet V-178955, Volume 10398, Folio 57.

On our website we use our own cookies. This allows us to improve the user experience and offer content adapted to your interests, thanks to content personalisation. We also use third-party cookies which personalise the advertisements that appear on our web pages, showing content that is of interest to our users.

Basic information about cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored in the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit our website. Through them, we are able to facilitate and personalise the browsing experience on our web pages.

What do cookies do?

Cookies are tools used by websites to improve your browsing experience. They also help websites to understand which information is considered to be of greatest use or interest to users. Under no circumstances do cookies personally identify the user. Neither do they pose any risk to your computer or mobile device. They are not a virus or spyware. When you browse on our website, you do so totally anonymously: we will never know your name, address or telephone number, unless you provide them to us.

It is you, the user, who decides whether or not you would like to allow cookies. If you do not want to allow them, you should block their use on your browser (we’ll tell you how to do this later on).

For how long do cookies remain active on the user’s computer?

Cookies are split into two classes:

  • Session cookies, which expire when the user leaves the website or closes the browser.
  • Permanent cookies, which expire when the objective for which they were incorporated in the website is met, or when the user deletes them manually.

Use of cookies on our website

Cookies are small text files that are usually encrypted. The web server hosts/records them on the user’s computer or device when he/she accesses a website, allowing the party responsible for the cookie to read the information stored in it. When the user visits the website again, the cookies are read and the user is identified. This allows the user’s browsing preferences and settings to be established.

The main categories of cookies are as follows:

  • Technical cookies:

Technical cookies allow the user to browse a website, platform or application and use the different options or services that feature on it. For example, controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted access areas, remembering the elements that make up an order, carrying out the purchase process of an order, requesting registration or participation in an event, using security elements while browsing, storing content for the dissemination of videos or sound and sharing content through social media platforms.

  • Personalisation cookies:

Personalisation cookies allow the user to access the service with some general pre-defined characteristics, based on a series of criteria in the user’s terminal. For example, the language, the type of browser with which he/she is accessing the service, the region from which he/she is accessing the service, etc.

  • Analysis cookies:

Analysis cookies, whether processed by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users. In turn, this allows us to carry out a statistical analysis and quantification of the use that is made of the service on offer. To do this, the user’s browsing activity on our website is analysed, which allows us to improve the range of products and services that he/she is offered.

  • Advertising cookies:

Advertising cookies allow for the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that the publisher has included on a website, application or platform, from which it provides the requested service based on criteria such as the edited content or the frequency with which the advertisements are shown.

  • Behavioural advertising cookies:

Behavioural advertising cookies, whether processed by us or by third parties, allow us to manage the range of advertising spaces that appear on the website in the most efficient way possible, adapting the content of the advertisement to the content of the service requested, or to the way in which you use our website. To do this, we can analyse your online browsing habits and show you advertisements related to your browsing profile.

What cookies do we use on our website?

Our own cookies
mp_153b95f810bd70752a0f1f7e63f16ad2_mixpanelShow characters and icons1 year
wp-wpml_current_languageReturns the current language.Session cookie
wp-wpml_current_admin_language_d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427eBelongs to the WPML plug-in to store the language of the web administration area1 year
signals_csmm_menuThis serves to remember menu options.Session cookie
c_fhhRegisters whether the user accepts the cookies.6 months
Third party cookies
__UTMA, __UTMB, __UTMC, _UTMT y __UTMZThese Google Analytics cookies generate an anonymous user ID, which is used to count the number of times that a user visits the website. It also registers the first and last time that the user visited the website.
UTMA generates a unique user ID, which is used to count the number of times that a specific user visits the website. It also registers the first and last time that this user visited the website.
UTMB calculates when the session was terminated, recording the time at which the user first accessed the page.
UTMC checks whether the session should be kept open or if a new session needs to be created.
UTMT is used to limit the speed of the service request and to limit data collection on high-traffic websites.
Lastly, UTMZ registers the user origin and key words.
UTMA: 2 years.
UTMB: After 30 minutes.
UTMC: At the end of the browsing session.
UTMT: After 10 minutes.
UTMZ: 6 months.
UTMZ: 6 meses.
signals_csmm_menuThis serves to remember menu options.1 yeargoogle-analytics
_gaUsed to distinguish between users.2 years

(1) These cookies facilitate website monitoring via Google Analytics: a service provided by Google that allows the website to obtain information about the number of times that users access its web pages. Some examples of data stored for further analysis are: the number of times the user has visited the website, the dates of the first and last time that the user visited the website, the duration of the visits, the page from which the user accessed the website, the place in the world from which the user accessed the website, etc. The configuration of these cookies is pre-determined by the service offered by Google. You can consult Google Analytics’ privacy page at for further information about the cookies that it uses, as well as how to disable them (with it being understood that we are not responsible for the content or accuracy of third party websites).

(2) YouTube cookies: These are used for online video playback. For more information about the cookies that they use and how to disable them, please visit (with it being understood that we are not responsible for the content or accuracy of third-party websites).

Our website can also use the characteristics of social media platforms (“social characteristics”) that are provided by third party companies and services, which allow it to share information through its channels. The social functions will be identified on our website, alongside the various logos of their respective companies.

When you visit our website, with the social characteristics being activated and in the event that you decide that you would like to use them, please note that your browser will establish a direct connection with the servers of the corresponding social network. Social characteristics provide social media platforms with the information that you accessed on our website. If you logged in to the social media platform, your visit may be recorded in your account with this platform. For example, if you click the “like” button on Facebook, this information is then sent from your browser directly to Facebook, where it is stored. Even if you didn’t log in to the social media platform or click on a social function, there is the chance that a social function may send your IP address to the social media platform.

How to configure and deactivate cookies

As a general rule, the browsers with which users browse web pages allow cookies by default. To configure the browser, you need to take the following steps:

Internet Explorer:

1st step: enter the Internet Explorer browser

2nd step: click on the Internet Explorer tools button, and then select Internet Options

3rd step: click on the Privacy tab, and then set the control the level of privacy that you desire.

Last step: click Accept.


1st step: enter the Firefox browser

2nd step: click on the Firefox button (located at the top of the screen) and select Options

3rd step: select the Privacy panel.

4th step: in Firefox, select: Use custom settings for history.

5th step: select the Accept Cookies option to activate them, and de-select the box to disactivate them.

6th step: choose the length of time for which the cookies will be stored.

Last step: click Accept.

Google Chrome

1st step: enter the Google Chrome browser

2nd step: select Settings in the Google Chrome menu from the browser’s toolbar.

3rd step: select Show Advanced Options.

4th step: in the Privacy section, select the Content Settings button.

5th step: in the Cookies section, the user is able to configure their security level.


1st step: enter the Safari browser

2nd step: go to Preferences and select Block Cookies in the Privacy Panel.

3rd step: select the desired option.


1st step: enter the Opera browser

2nd step: access Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies.

3rd step: select the desired option.


1st step: go to the start screen and select Settings > Safari.

2nd step: select the desired option.


1st step: open the Android browser. Go to the Menu and access Settings.

2nd step: enter the History and Privacy section.

3rd step: restart the browser for the changes to take effect.

Windows Phone

1st step: enter the Internet Explorer browser on your phone, click More and select Settings. You can also access the Internet Explorer settings via Settings in the application list.