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Use of Cookies

When using the websites of Posten Bring Group, you agree to allow us to place cookies in your browser.

"Cookies" - or cookies - are small text files that are added to your browser's internal memory when you download a website. These are used, among other things, to improve user experience and content, provide us with data for analysis and statistics, personalization and marketing. The most commonly used browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera etc.) are set up to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change the settings yourself so that cookies are not accepted. You do this in the browser's help section and it will then delete all cookies and block new ones, or give notice before a cookie is stored.

Data collected from these cookies is anonymised and cannot be used to identify you as a person. We recommend that you allow your browser to accept cookies from bring.no. Then the user experience gets better and you can take advantage of all the features.

These are the cookies we use and what they record:

Cookies for better user experience

Google Analytics

An analysis tool that records the user pattern on bring.no so we better understand how you use our website. The data is used to improve the site and your user experience. On Google's own pages, you can read more about how they collect and protect data.


Used to collect statistics on use, for example when you last visited the site. This Siteimprove Analytics cookie contains a randomly generated ID used to recognize the browser when a visitor reads a page. The cookie contains no personal information and is used only for web analytics.

sz-feedback should-hide

Hides / closes a feedback widget for specific sessions (visits) in the Analytics Feedback feature. It is set when a user clicks a button in the feedback widget that indicates they do not want to see the widget again. The cookie contains no personal information and is used only for web analytics.


Analysis tools that anonymously analyze user behavior on bring.no, so that we can understand usage patterns and identify possible improvements in functionality and appearance.

Marketing cookies


Cookies used to measure the impact of ads in order to present more relevant ads on external websites.

Google Conversion Tracking

Registers what happens after you click on one of our ads. Allow us to improve your ads and customize them better for you and your user experience on our website.

Google Dynamic Remarketing

Gathering information used to show custom ads to you based on what parts of bring.no you've visited.


Used to track the sequence of pages a visitor views during a visit. The information can be used to reduce user travel and enable visitors to find relevant information faster.

Facebook Connect and Facebook Custom Audience

Used to verify if you have a Facebook profile to reach you with Facebook ads after you visit bring.no, and to measure how your ads work. The data is anonymous and no personal information is recorded. Read more about Facebook's privacy and how you can change your settings.

LinkedIn Ads and LinkedIn Marketing Solutions

Allows us to create targeted ads on LinkedIn against previous visitors at bring.no. The purpose is to create more relevant ads for the individual user based on previous areas of interest on bring.no. These capsules do not record any personal information and all data is anonymized. Learn more about managing your privacy settings.

Cookies used for customer interaction

Google Tag ManagerIGO_Digital

A Salesforce.com cookie used to capture customer behavior to optimize visitor quality for site visitors. This includes enhanced surfing experience, form management and email delivery. More information about IGO_ cookies on the Salesforce website

Google Tag Manager

Used to organize and publish scripts and tags on the website.


Used by Siteimprove to determine whether a user has approved or rejected cookies.


Set by the CloudFlare service to identify reliable web traffic. It does not match any user ID in the web application, nor does the cookie store any personally identifiable information.