Cookie policy

We use cookies on our website and in our domains (such as that are managed by Baltic Tank Oy. This cookie policy describes what cookies are and how and why we use them. 

We may change this cookie policy. The “Last updated” information at the bottom of the page indicates the date on which this cookie policy was last updated. Any change to this cookie policy will become effective immediately once the updated version is published on our website.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer, mobile device or other devices. Cookies enable the use of many of our website’s functions and ensure the best possible user experience. We have divided the cookies used on our website into different categories according to their purpose of use. We use 1) cookies that are necessary for the functioning of our website, 2) cookies that measure the performance of our website and offer customized user experiences. We typically retain data on online behavior collected through cookies and other similar techniques for 12 months, because data covering this period of time is assumed to reflect your areas of interest.

We use technologies for measuring performance and user experience.

Below we have listed the categories of cookies that we use on our website.

What cookies do we use?

Strictly necessary cookies

Our website needs these cookies to function properly. They enable basic functions, such as using the services while being logged in or chatting with our customer service. No identifiable personal data is saved in these cookies.

Performance and user experience cookies

These cookies collect anonymous data which helps us understand how our website is used. They help us improve the user experience and offer content that is more relevant for the user. Thanks to them, our website can remember data that changes the way it works or looks. No identifiable personal data is saved in these cookies, but they can be used to indirectly identify a person together with other data we have about the person. This is done by compiling aggregate data for statistics purposes.


Last Updated 15.1.2020