The website is operated by BLCC, with registered office at B-8500 Kortrijk (Belgium), Pres. Kennedylaan 9B. Below you can find BLCC's contact details. 

E-mail: Phone: +32(0)56 22.73.51

BLCC's use of cookies is part of BLCC's general policy regarding the protection of your privacy and the processing of your personal data. Further information on this matter and an overview of your rights in this regard, can be found in the privacy policy.

What are cookies?

"Cookies" are small information files that are stored temporarily or permanently on your computer or device by a website's server via the browser. Cookies contain a unique code allowing your browser to be recognised during your visit to that website (this is a "session" cookie) or also during subsequent visits or upon later use (this is a "permanent" cookie).

Cookies allow the use of the website to be simplified, completed and personalised.  

Why do we use cookies?

The website of BLCC uses different types of cookies: First party cookies are set only by the website itself and allow visitors' preferences to be remembered. Third party cookies are set by the third parties and used by BLCC's website. 

Functional & analytical cookies

Functional cookies are those that make the functioning of the website easier and more pleasant, and ensure that you have a more personalised browsing experience. For example, they are cookies that remember your language preference, as well as cookies that track whether you have already been asked to participate in a survey so that you are not presented the same survey over and over again.

Analytical cookies are cookies that aim to collect information about how visitors use the website. For instance, we collect information about the number of pages visited, session duration and whether or not user goals are met on the website, in order to analyse and optimise the use of the website. The data we collect for this purpose are anonymised and therefore do not contain any personal data. 

Marketing cookies

Marketing cookies are cookies that aim to optimise the user experience or send out targeted advertising to users. The cookies often serve to provide information to external marketing channels, such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Ads. These cookies allow us to display ads that are relevant and engaging to individual users.  

Which cookies do we use?

Hereunder you can find a list of the cookies used by BLCC and third-party service providers on this website. This list of cookies was last revised on the date as mentioned at the top of this Cookie Policy. Future cookies used on the website will be added to the list below from time to time. 

Functional cookies


Cloud Flare's bot products identify and reduce automated traffic to protect your site from bad bots. Cloudflare places the __cf_bm cookie on end-user devices that access customer sites protected by Bot Management or Bot Fight Mode. The __cf_bm cookie is necessary for the proper functioning of such bot solutions. Expiry date/time: 29 minutes. 


Prevents the tracking code from sending information to HubSpot. Expiry date: 179 days. 


Used to prevent the banner from always being displayed when visitors browse in strict mode. Expiry date: 400 days. 


Used by the banner to not prompt visitors to accept cookies again. Expiry date: 400 days. 


This cookie is Conversion Linker's first-party cookie and is set by Google to track conversions through ads. Expiry date: 3 months. 


This cookie is used to detect the first page view of a user's session. This is a True/False attribute set by the cookie. Expiry date: 29 minutes.  


The cookie is set so that Hotjar can track the start of the user's journey for a total number of sessions. It does not contain identifiable information. Expiry date: 29 minutes. 


This cookie is set to inform Hotjar whether that visitor is included in the data sample defined by your site's page view limit. Expiry date: 1 minute. 


A cookie containing the current session data. This ensures that subsequent requests within the session window are attributed to the same Hotjar session. Expiry date: 30 minutes. 


This cookie is used by Hotjar and serves to gain insight into visitors' clicking, scrolling and viewing behaviour. Expiry date: 1 year.


Used to store information about when a synchronisation with the lms_analytics cookie occurred for users in Designated Countries. Expiry date: 30 days.  

Analyti:cal cookies


This cookie is Conversion Linker's first-party cookie and is set by Google to track conversions through ads. Expiry date: 3 months.  


Google Analytics sets this cookie to calculate statistics such as the number of unique visitors and sessions and to measure how fast pages load. Expiry date: 399 days. 


Analytics tracking cookie. Expiry date: 179 days.


Used by HubSpot to determine whether a session is a new session. Expiry date: per session. 


ID used to identify users for 24 hours after the last activity. Expiry date: 1439 minutes. 


Used to probabilistically match the identity of a user outside the Designated Countries. Expiry date: 90 days. 


Analytics session cookie. Expiry date: 29 minutes.


Contains the identity of the visitor. Expiry date: 179 days.

Marketing cookies


Sends data to marketing platform HubSpot about the visitor's device and behaviour. Tracks the visitor across various devices and marketing channels. Expiry date: per session. 


Facebook uses this cookie to distinguish and track unique users. Expiry date: 3 months. 


Used to detect that a user wants to leave a page via mouse movements. This allows BLCC to set certain triggers to keep a visitor on the page longer or convert. Expiry date: 3 months. 


Used by LinkedIn to track integrated services. Expiry date: 1 year. 


Ensures security when browsing visitors by preventing forgery of requests across sites. This cookie is essential for website and visitor security. Expiry date: 30 days. 


This cookie is used for targeting, analysing and optimising ad campaigns in DoubleClick/Google Marketing Suite. Expiry date: 399 days. 


Used by LinkedIn to track usage of embedded services. Expiry date: 1 day. 


Used by Facebook. Contains a unique browser and user ID, used for targeted ads. Expiry date: 89 days. 

Other technologies

'Cookies' also include similar technologies processing certain personal data that we use on our website. 


Today, almost all web pages use JavaScript, a standard programming language in your web browser that is used to enable specific functions such as interactive maps, animations on a page, file loading, ... If you have disabled JavaScript in your browser, both the content and functionality of the web page may be limited or unavailable. 

Why do we use cookies?

If you choose not to be recognised, your Internet browser allows you to delete cookies from your computer's hard drive, block all cookies or choose to receive a warning before cookies are stored. If you prefer not to allow cookies on your computer, you will find an option to disable them in all common browsers. In this case, you may not be able to use some services on the website. More information per browser can be found here: