We use cookies to improve the efficiency of the website (hereinafter referred to as the Website) and to offer the User increasingly improved functionalities and more customised content. This Cookies Policy is adopted to ensure transparency of operations by setting out detailed rules for the use of cookies by the Website.

Data by means of cookies are collected by ‘MEDA VENEER’ SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ, address Podgórna 45A, 89-340 Białośliwie, NIP (Tax ID) number: 7831639464, REGON (Business ID): 300807443. In the event that it is determined that the data contained in the cookies are personal data, ‘MEDA VENEER’ SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ is deemed to be the Controller of the data, and the User is entitled to all the rights contained in the Privacy Policy.

A User is any data subject who uses our Website and other related websites, communications and services (hereinafter referred to as the User).

Cookies are pieces of code that are text files corresponding to HTTP requests made to our server. These files are saved by each browser from which the User visits our Website. The information contained in cookies give us insight into how Users use our Website.

We use cookies to ensure that the User’s visit to our Website is optimised, to make it quicker and easier for the User to access information and to offer the User ever-improving Website functionalities and more relevant content.

Storing information or accessing it does not cause any configuration changes in the User’s device or the software installed on it.

The information contained in cookies is considered personal data only in connection with other personal data available about the User. We use cookies to collect only anonymous data about the User to make the use of the website convenient and minimise advertising nuisance.

We use cookies and other similar technologies to recognise the User during their visit to our Website, to remember their preferences and to display appropriate, customised content. Cookies make the User’s interactions with us faster and more effective. In addition, cookies allow us to present content tailored to the User without any surveys.

The Website uses two types of cookies:

Session cookies – temporary files that remain on the User’s device until the User leaves the Website or switches off the web browser. In this case, the information stored in session cookies is automatically deleted.
Permanent cookies – files that remain on the User’s device for the period specified in the parameters of cookies or until they are manually deleted.
Other technologies are also used within the Website allowing information to be stored in the browser in appropriate data stores (Session Storage, Local Storage), including cookie files of analytical tools provided by other suppliers stored on the domains of these services.

The various categories of cookies that are used on our Website are described below:

Technical cookies – are necessary for the Website to function properly. They relate to the functionalities of our websites and allow us to improve the services we offer through our websites, for example by allowing information to be transferred between pages of our website to avoid re-entering information or by recognising the User’s preferences when the User returns to a page of our Website.

We use them to:

ensure safety;
maintain a session when the User visits and logs into their customer account;
make sure that the website is displayed properly, depending on the type of equipment used by the User;
adjust our services to the User’s choices;
remember whether the User has given consent to the display of certain content.
Analytical cookies – allow us to recognise and count the number of Users who visit our Website, to see how visitors navigate the Website when they use it and to record which content they view and are interested in. This helps us determine how often pages and advertisements are visited and which areas of our Website are most popular. This enables us to improve the services we offer, making sure our Users find the information they are looking for. They are also necessary to make settlements with our Trusted Partners and to measure the effectiveness of our marketing activities without identifying personal data.

We use them to:

research statistics on website traffic and check the source of traffic (redirection directions);
detect various types of abuse, e.g. artificial web traffic (bots), DDOS attacks;
limit unwanted marketing activities;
measure the effectiveness of marketing activities carried out for the Website, e.g. in Google’s advertising network, in affiliate programmes, on external websites;
bill Trusted Partners for advertising services based on user activity, e.g. clicks.

Marketing cookies – used when the User agrees and only when the functionalities and forms of advertising used by our Website require this.

We use them to:

display advertisements that are relevant and interesting for a specific user. They concern the profiling of advertisements displayed both on external websites and on our Website, according to the user’s preferences in terms of choice of goods, based on data held by the Website, including the user’s behaviour on the Website.
When accessing the Website, the User may choose not to consent to the use of analytical and marketing cookies. In that case, we will not be able to keep detailed statistics and adjust our advertisements based on the information collected on our Website. However, general advertising will be still displayed both on the Website and on other websites.

We use technologies provided by Google and Meta (Facebook) to serve ads on the Internet, as well as other tools such as Google reCAPTCHA (a spam protection tool), so please note whether you consent to the use of these tools, including the profiling of ads on the Internet and Facebook. You can check and manage your privacy and security settings in your Google account using the link For more information on Google’s privacy policy, the technologies used by Google and Google’s terms of service, please visit For information on Meta’s (Facebook) privacy rules and to manage your privacy settings, please visit

You can find more detailed information about the cookies we use, how long they are stored and the current list of third-party companies whose services we use or whose technologies we include on our Website in the Cookies Table.

By default, web browsers allow the storage of cookies. If the User does not wish to receive cookies, they may change the settings of their browser on the computer or any other device used to access our Website. The User’s continued use of our Website without changing the settings means that the User agrees to receive technical cookies on our Website, which, as we have indicated, are necessary for us to ensure that the Website functions properly.

Most web browsers have a function that allows the User to view and delete cookies, including the cookies on our Website. However, it should be noted that the inability of our Website to save or read cookies may prevent the full and correct use of our Website.

If the User uses different devices to access and browse our Website (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet), they should ensure that each browser on each device is adjusted to their cookie preferences.

How to disable cookies depends on the browser the User is using. Below, you can find information on how the User can disable cookies in Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Microsoft Edge.

Disabling cookies in Google Chrome
In the top right corner by the address bar of the Google Chrome browser, select three vertical dots.
In Privacy and security, click Content.
In Cookies and site data, you can change the following cookie settings:
Block all cookies
Block third party cookies
For more information about the Google Chrome settings, go to:
Disabling cookies in Firefox
In the top right corner of the Firefox browser window, click on the Open menu (three horizontal dashes) and select Settings.
Then, in Privacy and security, select the cookies and site data tab.
Select the appropriate security level or configure your own level by choosing which elements and scripts to block – cookies:
All from external sites
For more information about the Firefox settings, go to:
Disabling cookies in Safari
Select Safari menu command > Preferences, click on Privacy, then do any of the following:

Block all cookies
Prevent cross-site tracking
For more information about the Safari settings, go to:
Disabling cookies in Opera
In the top right corner by the address bar of the Opera browser, select the three horizontal lines.
Click Go to full browser settings.
In Privacy and security, click Cookies and other site data.
You can change the following cookie settings:
Block all cookies
Block third party cookies
For more information about the Opera settings, go to:
Disabling cookies in Edge
In the top right corner by the address bar of the Edge browser, select the three horizontal dots
Click Settings
Under Cookies and site permissions, click Manage and delete cookies and site data
You can change the following cookie settings:
Block third party cookies
For more information about the Edge settings, go to:
If you have any doubts concerning this Cookies Policy or would like to obtain information regarding this Cookies Policy, you can contact the Controller by e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and by post at the Controller’s address.