Cookie Policy

  1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored by the website’s main server on the hard drive of the computer or other electronic device with which you visit the website .

Cookies are unique to each browser program (web browser, e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.) and contain anonymous information that relates to the web pages you visit and the devices you use.

Under no circumstances do cookies contain personal information or information that would allow anyone to contact the site visitor by phone, e-mail, etc. In addition, by using cookies there is no access to documents or files on your computer.

More generally, cookies perform many functions, such as facilitating your browsing from one website to another, storing your preferences and generally improving your website browsing experience.

Cookies are divided into different categories depending on the purpose they serve and the way they work.

The website uses the following cookies:

  1. Absolutely Essential/ Necessary Cookies.

Absolutely necessary cookies enable basic functions of the website, such as user’s login and account management. The website cannot be used properly without the strictly necessary cookies.

You do not have the possibility to choose whether to reject the installation of these cookies, as without them the provision of services by  would not be technically possible.

  1. Non – Essential Cookies.

Promotion cookies

Promotion cookies are used to track visitors between different websites, e.g. content partners, banner networks. These cookies can be used by companies to create a profile of visitor’s interests or to display relevant advertisements on other websites.


Unclassified cookies are cookies that are in the process of being classified, together with individual cookie providers.

  1. Third Party Cookies (3rd Party Cookies).

CHEMIKON Company allows Google and other third party companies to install the “cookies” it uses. In the event that the user enters third party websites, through the Company’s websites, he/she should be aware that these third party websites or entities may install “Cookies” as soon as the user clicks on the relevant link. These “Cookies” are outside the control of our Company and are governed by the Cookies policy of each third party that installs them. In order to know how to manage them, the user should consult the respective policies of the websites concerned.

  1. Cookie Management.

Non-essential cookies are by default de-selected and these cookies are only activated if you select them by your own positive action (consent) by clicking on the relevant pop-up window, which appears both when you enter our website and when you click on the cookie management tool as follows :

-either by selecting the “accept all” option , in which case all non-essential cookies are installed.

-or by selecting the option in the relevant field for each individual cookie and saving your choice.

You have the right to reject the use of non-essential cookies by selecting the “Reject All” option, which does not include the absolutely necessary cookies.

You respectively have the right to withdraw or modify your consent by clicking on the relevant options via the administration tool and the relevant pop-up window. Such revocation will not have a retroactive effect on the processing carried out up to that point.

If you do not wish to activate cookies that are not strictly necessary, please do not choose to install them in the relevant window by selecting “Reject all” , in which case you will continue your browsing with only the necessary cookies.

For the settings regarding cookies please click here.

  1. Rights.

As a data subject you have the following rights, subject to applicable law:

-right of access

-right of rectification

-right to erasure (right to be forgotten)

-right to restriction of processing

-right of data portability

-right to object

-right of withdrawal in accordance with the above

The possible exercise of these rights is carried out at no cost to you, in the following ways:

-by submitting a request in writing to

-in person or by letter to the company “Ioannis K. Konstantinidis LTD” – “CHEMIKON”, Aspropyrgos, Attica, Faka location, P.C. 19 300, to the attention of the person responsible for the personal data.

  1. Personal Data Protection Declaration.

Information about the protection of your personal data and your rights can be found in the Privacy Statement here.

  1. General Information.

More information about the general use of cookies, and the methods of blocking or restricting them, can be found at  and

If you wish to enable or disable the use of cookies through your browser settings, you can visit the following websites and find out what you need to do:

  1. Modifications – Revisions.

The Company reserves the right to modify and update this Policy, based on its current policy for the data protection and in the context of the applicable legal and regulatory framework, which will always be available on the Company’s website, , as updated.

Version 3.0: February 2023