Cookies & Privacy policy

DC Scandinavia's Privacy and Cookie Policy

Website Owner and Contact Information This website is operated and owned by:


DC Scandinavia A/S

Erhvervsparken 8b

4621 Gadstrup



VAT No.: DK3174-6051

Phone: +45 70227287


Cookie Policy

This cookie policy explains how we use cookies when you use our website or subscribe to our newsletter.


What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small data file that is stored in your computer's browser to keep track of what happens during your visit to our website and to recognize your computer. A cookie only contains text and is not a program, and it does not contain any viruses. If you allow it, all websites can send cookies to your browser. Websites can only read information from cookies they themselves have stored and cannot read cookies from other websites.

There are two types of cookies - persistent and temporary (session) cookies. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer while you are on the website and disappear when you leave the website, so they are not permanently stored on your computer.

We use cookies on our website to improve user-friendliness and our marketing efforts. These cookies cannot harm your files or increase the risk of viruses on your computer. You can always delete these cookies from your browser.


DC Scandinavia's Use of Cookies

We at DC Scandinavia use cookies to make our website function optimally. It is therefore a functional cookie that is placed so that several functions on the website can work. In relation to improving the user experience on our website, we use 1st party and 3rd party cookies that help us to offer relevant marketing. When a 3rd party cookie is placed on your browser, this means that we give a third party such as Facebook, Google Analytics, Instagram and similar permission to place a cookie on your browser when you visit our website. We do not see the data that is collected here. DC Scandinavia use following Cookies:

Necessary/Technical Cookies

Technical cookies are necessary for most websites to function properly. As the name suggests, they only have technical significance and do not impact your privacy, as they do not record what you are looking for on other websites.


Functional Cookies

Functional cookies are used to remember your user preferences by remembering the choices and settings you make on the website, such as language and text size preferences.


Statistical Cookies

Statistical cookies are used to optimize the design, user-friendliness, and effectiveness of a website. The collected information may be used in analyses of which information is most popular on the site, so that we become aware of what should be easy to find on the site.


Marketing Cookies

Marketing cookies collect information by tracking your visits to individual websites and can be said to record the digital footprints you leave. Marketing cookies are therefore "tracking cookies". The collected information is used to create an overview of your interests, habits, and activities in order to display relevant advertisements for things you have previously shown interest in. This way, you get more targeted content displayed.


Cookies are necessary to make our website work, at the same time as helping us to get an overview of your visit to the website. Then we can target our marketing according to your needs and interests. A cookie remembers e.g. what you have put in a possible shopping basket, whether you have previously visited the website, whether you are logged in to the website, etc. Overall, we use cookies as part of our service to display content that is as relevant as possible to you.

We use Google Analytics, Google Search Console, Google Ads and Google Tag Manager on our website. When you visit, a cookie will therefore be stored on your computer, whereby we via Google Analytics, Google Search Console etc. collects information about your use of our website. This applies to where the traffic comes from, how many visitors we have, which pages/articles get the most visits, which search queries are made, what is clicked on, etc. We use the aforementioned tools to gain insight into our users' preferences and thereby increase user-friendliness, editorial focus and the quality of our content. They do not allow the collection of personal information such as name, e-mail address, etc. If you want to know more about how Google uses the information they collect, you can read more in Google's privacy policy.



We reserve the right to change and update our cookie policy.


How to reject or delete your cookies

Rejection of cookies: You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your Internet browser. Where you find the settings depends on which browser you use. However, you should always be aware that if you do so, there are many functions and services you will not be able to use, because these functions and services require the website to remember the choices you make.

Deleting cookies: Cookies that you have previously accepted can subsequently be deleted easily. If you use a PC/computer with a newer Internet browser, you can delete your cookies by using the shortcut keys:

CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE. If the hotkeys do not work and/or you are using a MAC, you must start by finding out which browser you are using and then click on the relevant link.

Remember: If you use several Internet browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE)
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari
  • Firefox


Access to your information

According to the Personal Data Regulation, also called GDPR, you have the right to know what data we have on you. You can therefore contact us at any time to find out which data we have registered on you. Including which e-mail address is subscribed to our newsletter.


User and registration information data

When you shop via our webshop, we collect the personal information that you provide yourself, including name, address, telephone number and e-mail address, as well as information about your possible company name, CVR number, EAN number, etc.


Your rights and complaint guidance

If you have comments or questions in connection with our information and/or processing of personal information, please feel free to contact us.

·         You have the right to request access, correction or deletion of your personal data.

·         You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data and to have the processing of your personal data restricted.

·         If the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to revoke your consent at any time. Your revocation will not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out prior to your revocation of your consent.

·         You have the right to receive the personal data that you have submitted yourself in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format.

You can make use of your rights by sending an email to:

In the event of significant changes, we will notify you here on our website via e-mail, if possible.

You can make use of your rights, including objecting to our processing by contacting us. You will find our contact information both at the top and at the bottom of this page. If you e.g. approaches you with a request to have your personal data corrected or deleted, we investigate whether the conditions are met and, if so, review changes or deletion as quickly as possible.

You have the opportunity to complain about the processing of information and data concerning you. The complaint is submitted to the Data Protection Authority as mentioned above.


We have set up automatic data processing so that your data is deleted automatically after the time periods below, when you have unsubscribed or are inactive. This is to be compatible with the GDPR.

·         Inactive users are deleted after 3 years

·         Data from newsletter subscribers who have unsubscribed will be deleted after 2 years

·         Orders are anonymized after 5 years

·         Invoices are anonymized after 5 years