Cookie Notice

Effective date: 15.12.2023

This notice explains how Coyote Logistics Nederland B.V. and its affiliated companies and properties, Coyote Logistics UK Ltd and Coyote Logistics UK Limited (Sp. z o.o.) Oddzial W Polsce, (Company, we, us) uses cookies on our website. It explains the types of cookies we use and why, and also how you can change your cookie preferences.

You should read this Cookie Notice alongside our Privacy Policy.

What Is a Cookie?

A cookie is a text file which is stored on your computer or device when you visit a website, which enables a webserver to identify you as a visitor of a website hosted by that server. They are generally used to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information about your use of the website, and to display content and advertising that is relevant to you.
Other technologies operate in a similar way but use different names: for example, pixels, beacons, tags, scripts, social media plug-ins, device fingerprinting techniques, and SDK tools (which are used on mobile apps). In this cookie notice, we use the term “cookie” to refer to all similar technology.

Why Do We Use Cookies?

Like other websites, our websites collects certain personal data such as your IP address, device and browser information which Coyote uses to help diagnose problems with Coyote’s products and services and equipment, to administer the products and services, and for security purposes. Our websites also use cookies.

We (and our partners, including marketing partners) use cookies in order to identify you to our website for various purposes: to analyse trends, administer the services, track users’ movements around our website, gather demographic information about our user base as a whole, enable you to navigate between webpages more efficiently, help us understand how our website is used so we can improve it, and record information about your visit to help target advertising and to build a profile of you. The purpose for each cookie we use is set out below.

What Cookies Do We Use and How Long Will They Stay on My Device?

We use three types of cookies: strictly necessary cookies, statistic cookies and marketing cookies. Each type of cookie has a different purpose.

Some cookies are set by us (known as first-party cookies).

Other cookies are set by another organisation’s website (known as third-party cookies). For third-party cookies, we do not have access or control over these technologies. We do not tie the information gathered by third parties to our customers’ or users’ personal information.

A cookie can either be a session cookie or a persistent cookie. A session cookie is stored temporarily on your computer or device while you use the website, and is deleted when you close your internet browser. A persistent cookie remains on your computer or device after you have closed your browser, so we can remember if you have visited our website before or your preferences or to track your actions across different websites in order to target advertising to you. Depending on the type of cookie, the period of time the persistent cookie stays on your computer or device is set out below.

Strictly necessary cookies

These are cookies which are essential for our website to operate, such as cookies that are used to help a webpage load quickly. These cookies cannot be disabled.

Cookie providerPurposeExpiry period
CloudflareWe use Coudflare to increase the security and delivery speed of our website. Please find more information on Cloudflare’s website: link.Session or, if persistent months

Analytic cookies

These cookies help us to improve the way our website works. For example, they gather information that allows us to count the number of visitors to our website and to see how visitors move around our website.

Marketing cookies

These cookies record information about your visit to our website to help target advertising and to build a profile of you. For example, the pages you have visited, the links you have followed, the number of times you’ve seen an ad, the ads you have clicked on and your browsing habits and interests. You can disable advertising / targeting cookies by changing your cookie preferences (please see the ‘How To Change Your Cookie Preferences’ section below).

We, and our third-party advertising partners, use this information to serve advertisements regarding goods and services that may be of interest to you when you access and use our services and other websites or online services. Third parties may collect personal data about your online activities over time and across different websites when you use our website or service. This will then be used to create a profile of you so that relevant advertising is shown to you.

You might also see our advertisements on other websites that you visit based on information relating to your access to and use of our services and other websites or online services on any of your devices, as well as on information received from third parties. Our advertising partners place or recognize a unique cookie on your browser (including through the use of pixel tags). They also use these technologies, along with information they collect about your online use, to recognize you across the devices you use, such as a mobile phone and a laptop. Various browsers may offer their own management tools for removing such cookies.

Advertising cookies may also be used for other purposes such as ad click fraud detection, market research, product improvement and debugging.

Cookie overview

Cookie NameSourceStorage DurationDescriptionType
__hsscHubSpot30 minutesKeeps track of sessionsMarketing
__hssrcHubSpotSessionUsed to determine if the visitor has restarted their browserMarketing
__hstcHubSpot13 monthsMain tracking cookie for analyticsMarketing
hubspotutkHubSpot13 monthsUsed for tracking visitors’identityMarketing
__cf_bmHubSpotSessionUsed to distinguish between humans and botsMarketing
_cfuvidHubSpotSessionUsed for fraud preventionMarketing
lidcLinkedIn1 dayUsed for routingMarketing
li_gcLinkedIn6 monthUsed for consent managementMarketing
bcookieLinkedIn1 yearBrowser identification cookieMarketing
li_sugrLinkedIn90 daysUsed for LinkedIn’s suggested content featureMarketing
UserMatchHistoryLinkedIn30 daysStores the user’s history for matching ad targeting profilesMarketing
AnalyticsSyncHistoryLinkedIn30 daysUsed for synchronizing analytics servicesMarketing
_ga_{wpid}Google Analytics2 yearsUsed to distinguish usersAnalytic
_gaGoogle Analytics2 yearsUsed to calculate visitor, session, and campaign dataAnalytic
_gcl_auGoogle Ads90 daysCampaign Manager, Display &Video 360, Google Ads, Search Ads 360Marketing
IDEDoubleclick.net13 months EEA UK / 24 months elsewhere Campaign Manager, Display &Video 360, Google Ad Manager, Google Analytics, Search Ads 360Marketing

Complete list of all possible third-party cookies:
Linkedin Cookie Table
Hubspot (pdf)
Google

Pixels in our marketing emails

Our marketing emails contain a campaign-unique “web pixel” to tell us how you interact with our communications, such as whether you opened the email or clicked on a link in it. The pixel will be deleted when you delete the email. We use this information to help determine which of our emails are more interesting to you and to help us determine if you should to continue receiving emails if you do not open them. These pixels help us to understand how effective our marketing campaigns are and your level of engagement with us.

If you do not wish the pixel to be downloaded to your device, you should opt-out of email marketing altogether, or configure your email to not load remote images by default or to show your emails in plaintext format.

How to Change Your Cookie Preferences?

You can change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking on the Cookie Settings icon at the bottom of this webpage. You can then tick or untick the relevant boxes (depending on your previous choices) and then click ‘Confirm selection´. You may need to refresh your page for your settings to take effect.

Alternatively, most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings.

Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:

If you use a smart phone, you can usually prevent cross-site tracking and block cookies in the settings section on your device. You may also be able to visit websites without leaving a history by turning private browsing on. You should visit the support section of the browser on your device for more information on how to do this.

You can also opt out of receiving targeted advertising on multiple websites through members of the Network Advertising Initiative or the Digital Advertising Alliance Your Ad Choices.

Please note that users in the European Union and the United Kingdom may opt out of receiving targeted advertising on websites through members of the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance, selecting the user’s country, and then clicking “Choices” (or similarly-titled link).

After opting-out of targeted advertising, you may still receive advertisements, but these may not be tailored to your interest.

Changes to This Cookie Notice

We will inform you of any changes to this cookie notice by posting them on this page and updating the cookie tables above.

This version of our cookie notice was uploaded on 15.12.2023.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about cookie notice, please contact us at [email protected].

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