Cookies Policy

Policy Statements 

How we use cookies and other methods for the collection of website usage data 

By using the Nacelle website, you agree that we can store and access cookies, IP addresses and use other methods in order to collect website usage data and improve your online experience. 

This can include information about your use of the website, the browser and device type you are accessing it from and where you are in the world. 

What are “cookies”? 

Cookies are small files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit or certain emails you open. They are widely used in order to make websites function properly, as well as to provide business and marketing information to the owners of the site. 

When do we use cookies? 

Nacelle uses cookies for the following purposes: 

 Technical 

Cookies are used for technical reasons to enable the efficient working of the Nacelle website; for example, to store your acceptance of the Privacy Policy, Cookies Policy and website Terms and Conditions, without which access is not granted to the Nacelle website. 

Ease of use 

Cookies are used to enhance the ease of use of the Nacelle website for customers. 

Tracking 

Cookies are used to gather statistics on how visitors use our site. For example, to gain insight into how visitors use the website so that we can make improvements to its usability. 

Marketing 

Cookies are used to enable us to present appropriate messages to you. For example, to:

  • allow Nacelle to serve up different versions of a page for marketing purposes 
  • allow third parties to display appropriate advertising and to track its effectiveness; 
  • display messages which offer a selection of products based on what you’re viewing on the Nacelle website, which are presented to you by our agency when you visit other selected websites. This is known as online behavioural advertising. For more information please see “What is online behavioural advertising?” 

Please note though, that if you delete your cookies too, we’ll no longer know that you’ve opted out, so the banners from our third-party will reappear when you visit other selected websites. 

How do I refuse or withdraw consent to the use of cookies? 

You may refuse to accept cookies by altering the settings on your internet browser (for example Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox). Please note that if you choose not to permit cookies, some areas of our website may not function properly or be accessible. 

For further information about how to refuse cookies, please refer to your browser ‘help’ section or see www.allaboutcookies.org. 

Please note and as mentioned above, if you delete your cookies: 

  • We will no longer know that you’ve opted out of online behavioural advertising, so the banners from our third-party advertisers will reappear when you visit other selected websites. 
  • We will no longer automatically recognise that you have agreed to our Privacy Policy, Cookies Policy and website Terms and Conditions and will ask for confirmation of this.  

What is online behavioural advertising/ interest-based advertising? 

Online behavioural advertising (also known as interest-based advertising) is a way of serving advertisements on the websites you visit and making them more relevant to you and your interests. 

Shared interests are grouped together, based upon previous web browsing activity and web users are then served advertising which matches their shared interests. In this way, advertising can be made as relevant and useful as possible. Relevant ads can also be delivered based upon the website content you have just been viewing. This is known as ‘retargeting’. 

How do I opt out of online behavioural advertising? 

There are a number of sites which can help you opt out of online behavioural advertising from the third-party advertising agencies that operate online behavioural advertising for website publishers. 

Opt Out tools for online behavioural advertising/interest-based advertising 

You can choose to opt out of this type of advertising permanently by going to: 

Please note that opting out of online behavioural advertising using those services: 

  • does not mean that the advertising of Nacelle’s’ products and services on our own websites will stop being personalised to your interests; 
  • may not stop all online behavioural advertising because it only applies to those third-party advertising agencies that have signed up to those services; 
  • does not mean that there will be no more advertising on this website or other websites you access. However, the advertising that you do see is likely to be less relevant to your interests; and 
  • In addition, deleting browser cookies can remove your opt out preferences, so you may need to opt out again.  

More information about cookies used on the Nacelle website:  

The table below details the most frequently used cookies on the Nacelle website and explains their use. 

Cookie Name 

Purpose 

_ga 
_gid 

_gat_UA 

_dc_gtm_UA 

This first party Google Analytics cookie is used to distinguish users when collecting information about page visits. This cookie helps us to identify website areas to be improved and the _ga cookie does not allow Monsanto to identify user personally as no personal information or data is tracked. 

__utma 

__utmb 

__utmc 

__utmd 

__utmv 

__utmz 

__utmt  
__utmt_comair 

Used to collect information about how visitors use the Nacelle website. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited. 

 

 

Incap_ses 
nlbi_ 

These Cookies improve performance and security on the website. 

SSWGID 
gpv 
ldxev 
JSESSIONID 

SSWGID 

SSWGID 

SSWGID 
ASP.NET_SessionId 

A “technical” cookie that expires at the end of a session on the website. Identifies the session in use by your PC. Required to make the site work. 

_sdsat_Visitor_SCID 

_sdsat_Visitor_userAgent 

gpv 

ldxev 

s_cc 

s_fid 

s_lv 

s_sq 

s_vnum 

_ssw_ttcB 

s_vid 

s_vnumpurchase 

Adobe Analytics uses cookies to differentiate requests from different browsers and to store helpful information that an application can use later. They may also be used to associate browsing information to customer records. 

Visid_incap_ 

These first party cookies are set by a third party service to filter out malicious requests 

AWSALB 

The AWSALB cookie allows them to deliver their service seamlessly from multiple services using a load balancer, so the cookie simply records which server cluster is serving you. 

_sdsat_Visitor_SCID 
_sdsat_Visitor_userAgent 

Used to collect information about how visitors use the Nacelle website. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited. 

CID 

Used to present appropriate content to customers who have visited the Nacelle website 

_ceg.s 
_ceg.u 

Providing web analytics that tracks how visitors interact with pages on a site 

__gads 

Used to display relevant advertising. 

__hssc  

__hssrc  
__hstc 
hubspotutk  

Being used for website analytics.  

 

__RequestVerificationToken 

Anti-forgery token for identification during a session. 

ASPXAUTH  
ASP.NET_SessionId 

Used to indicate whether you are a member of vitality. A “technical” cookie that expires at the end of a session on the website. Identifies the session in use by your PC. Required to make the site work.