Cookie Policy

Last updated: November 2021

What are cookies?

The website makes use of cookies.
As clarified by the Privacy Guarantor in the FAQ of December 2012, available on, cookies are "small text files" - made up of letters and numbers - "that the sites visited by the user send to his terminal (usually to the browser), where they are stored and then transmitted to the same sites the next time the same user visits". Cookies have the function of streamlining web traffic analysis or signalling when a specific site or part of a site is visited, distinguishing between visitors in order to provide personalised content, and helping administrators to improve the site and the users' browsing experience.
Through cookies we cannot access any other information stored on your device, even if that is where the cookies are downloaded. Cookies cannot load code of any kind, carry viruses or malware and are not harmful to the user's terminal equipment.
Below you can find all the information on the cookies installed through this site, and the necessary indications on how to manage your preferences in this regard.

User consent
When connecting to any page for the first time, the user will see a brief information notice on the use of cookies. By closing this information by clicking on the appropriate button or by clicking outside the banner that contains it and continuing to navigate, the user consents to our use of cookies, according to the methods described in this Cookie Policy.
The site remembers the choice made by the user, so the short notice will not be repeated in subsequent links from the same device. However, you can always revoke all or part of your consent.
If you have any technical problems providing consent, please contact us via the appropriate channels on this site so that we can assist you.

What types of cookies we use
The use of cookies by the owner of this site, iDelivery iSrl, based in Reggio Calabria, Via Eremo al Santuario 75, is framed in the Privacy Policy of the same; for all the information required by Articles. 13 and 14 of EU Regulation 2016/679 click
In order to allow the use of our website and the provision of our services, we make use of both so-called persistent cookies (i.e. cookies that remain in memory until they are manually deleted by the user or for which a scheduled long-term removal is envisaged) and so-called session cookies, which are not permanently stored on the visitor's computer and disappear when the browser is closed.
We use different types of cookies - with specific functions - which we can classify as follows:


Technical/session Technical/navigation (the user's consent is not required to issue this type of cookie) They are indispensable for the correct functioning of our site and allow the user to navigate and view the contents. Deactivating them would result in the site not working properly. In general, cookies of this type are necessary, for example, to keep a browsing session open or to allow the user to access any restricted areas. Or they can temporarily remember the texts entered when filling in a form when returning to a previous page during the same session.
Technical/consent (the user's consent is not required to issue this type of cookie) This cookie keeps track of the user's consent to the use of cookies on this site, so that on subsequent visits, the short cookie policy and the request to give consent are not repeated.



(The user's consent is required to issue this type of cookie)
They are essential for the proper functioning of our site and allow the user to navigate and are used to collect information on how users navigate on our site. This information is analysed in aggregate form for statistical purposes only. It is not necessary, but it helps us to improve our content and services based on the information we gather from the analysis of the statistics.

Third-party cookies
When you browse this site you will receive cookies from iDelivery isrl as well as cookies from third party sites, who may set cookies on your device on our behalf in order to deliver the services they are providing.
Third party cookies allow us to obtain more comprehensive surveys of your browsing habits. We use such cookies, for example, to compile statistics about the use of our site and to gauge your interest in our specific content or services. More detailed information about these cookies can be found in this document and on the respective websites of the third parties in question.

Statistical cookies (third party) uses Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc., which uses cookies to collect and analyse in aggregate form information relating to the navigation of users. Neither iDelivery iSrl nor Google associate your IP address with other data in their possession in order to identify you directly.
The information collected is processed by Google Analytics systems in order to produce reports for the administrators of, who use it to verify the proper functioning of the services and possibly the rate of satisfaction of the content offered.
If you would like to disable the statistical cookies, thus preventing Google Analytics from collecting data on your browsing, you can download the appropriate component for deactivating Google Analytics here:

How to configure your terminal
If you do not agree with the installation of cookies, you must configure your browser to disable the receipt of cookies or not to use this site. However, if you disable cookies, the site or some of its functions may not operate correctly.
To change the way cookies are used, to block the receipt of cookies or to delete cookies from your terminal equipment, simply go to your browser settings.
Most browsers offer the possibility of accepting or rejecting all cookies or accepting only some cookies (e.g. from specific sites).
Although similar steps are taken, the method of cookie configuration varies for each browser. For details on how to do this, please visit or consult the 'Help' section of your browser.
For more information about cookies and to manage your preferences for third party cookies please visit