ADSO values your privacy. Although most information on this site is available without the need to provide personal data, it is possible that the user may be asked for personal information. This information will only be used in the context of a strict follow-up of your information request. The user can, free of charge and upon request, always oppose the use of his data for direct marketing. To do so, he will contact:

BTW BE0874.275.747
Hoek 76 / unit 72
2850 Boom
Tel.: +32 498 40 05 04


In accordance with the Personal Data Processing Act of 08/12/1992, users have a legal right to inspect and, if necessary, correct their personal data. Subject to proof of identity (copy of identity card), you can submit a written, dated and signed request to:

BTW BE0874.275.747
Hoek 76 / unit 72
2850 Boom
Tel.: +32 498 40 05 04

obtain the written communication of your personal data free of charge. If necessary, you can also ask to correct the data that would be inaccurate, incomplete or irrelevant.
ADSO may collect anonymous or aggregated data of a non-personal nature, such as browser type or IP address, the operating system you use or the domain name of the website via which you arrived at or via which you leave it. This allows us to permanently optimise the website for users.


During a visit to the site, ‘cookies’ may be placed on the hard disk of your computer for the sole purpose of making the site more responsive to the needs of returning visitors. These mini files or cookies are not used to track the visitor’s browsing behaviour on other websites. Your Internet browser allows you to prevent the use of cookies, to receive a warning when a cookie is installed or to remove the cookies from your hard disk afterwards. Please consult the help function of your internet browser for this.

COOKIES uses cookies and other techniques such as JavaScript and web beacons on its website and related sites (hereinafter the ‘website’). Because we want to guarantee your privacy and improve the user-friendliness of your visit(s) to our website, we think it is important for you to know how and why we use cookies. Below, we try to provide you with as much information as possible on the use of these techniques, including cookies by ADSO.


ADSO BVBA, with registered office at Hoek 76 / unit 72, 2850 Boom is the data controller as described in this cookie policy. The following websites and applications belong to ADSO:



Cookies are small, simple text files that your computer or mobile device stores when you use our website.


JavaScript and web beacons are standard Internet techniques that, together with cookies, allow a system to collect information (JavaScripts), store it in small, simple text files (cookies) and then send it (web beacons). Cookies and other techniques are used on almost all existing websites. By using cookies and other techniques, we ensure, for example, that:

  • Making browsing the website more fun and easier for you
  • You do not receive or have to enter the same information every time you visit our website
  • We can measure how our website is used and where we can improve it
  • We can recognise which device you are using when you visit us
  • We can register how often an ad is shown in order to better tailor the ads to your needs and interests and avoid showing you the same ad over and over aga


Third-party cookies are also set via our website. The use of cookies by other companies is subject to the privacy and cookie policy of the relevant company.


Functional cookies or necessary cookies

Functional cookies ensure that our website functions correctly e.g. Your browser settings are saved so that you can view our website optimally on your screen.

Analytical cookies

With analytical cookies, we collect statistics about the use of our website by users with the help of third parties. By measuring website usage, we can continue to improve our website for the benefit of our users.
Among other things, the following data will be stored:

  • The IP address, which is anonymised
  • Technical characteristics such as the browser you are using (such as Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox) and the resolution of your computer screen and which device you are using
  • From which page you came to the website
  • When and how long you visit or use the website

Third-party social media cookies

Social media cookies are cookies that enable functionalities of social media websites. Examples include a YouTube video accompanying a presentation of a project, use of Google Maps or a ‘like’ button for Facebook.


How do third-party social media cookies work?

Social media cookies are set by the social media websites themselves. When you click a social media button in our web shop, a social media cookie is placed. The social media party can recognise your IP address when you want to share a page of our web shop. For the cookies placed by the social media parties and the data they collect, please refer to the statements these parties make on their own websites. We advise you to consult the privacy and cookie declarations below regularly:


If you do not want websites to be able to store cookies on your computer, adjust your browser settings. You will then receive a warning before any cookies are placed. You can also adjust your settings so that your browser refuses all cookies or only third-party cookies. You can delete cookies that have already been placed. Please note that you must adjust the settings separately for each browser, device and computer you use. Please note that if you do not want to use cookies, we unfortunately cannot guarantee that our website will work properly. Some functions of the web shop may be lost or you may not be able to see certain pages at all. In addition, refusing cookies does not mean that you will no longer see advertisements. It’s just that the ads will no longer be tailored to your interests and will be repeated more often. How to change your settings varies from one browser to another. Click on one of the icons below to go directly to your browser manual or, if necessary, consult your browser’s help function.

If you want to disable cookies from specific parties, you can do so via


Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge:

Click on the Menu icon (icon with 3 lines) at the top right. Click on the clock icon, which is the ‘History’ tab. Click on ‘Clear all history’. Now you can specify exactly what you want to delete. In any case, tick ‘Cookies and saved website data’ and click ‘Delete’. At the bottom, you can indicate whether you always want to delete this data when you close Microsoft Edge.

Delete cookies in Chrome:

Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right. Click on ‘Settings’ >’History’> ‘Clear browsing data’. Make sure at least that ‘Delete cookies and other site and plugin data’ is checked. You can also specify how old the Cookies should be. Choose ‘All’ here.

Delete cookies in Firefox:

Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right. Go to ‘Options’ > ‘Privacy’. Click on ‘Clear your recent history’. Under ‘Details’, you can specify what exactly you want to delete. In any case, tick ‘Cookies’. You can also specify how old the Cookies should be. Select ‘All’ here.

Delete cookies in Safari:

At the top left of the menu bar, click ‘Safari’> ‘Preferences’. At the top of the window, select the ‘Privacy’ tab. Then click ‘Delete all Website data’.

Delete cookies in Internet Explorer:

Click on the cog icon in the top right corner. Go to the ‘Security’ > ‘Delete browsing history’. Now you can specify exactly what you want to delete. At least tick ‘Cookies and website data’. Click on ‘Delete’ at the bottom of the window