Privacy policy



By submitting this form you consent to the processing of your personal data pursuant to and for the purposes of Law 196/2003, which protects the confidentiality of your personal data, we inform you that the personal data filled in this form will be used exclusively by PERUZZO S.r.l. The data will be kept on computer media and processed in full compliance with security measures to protect your privacy in accordance with Law 196/2003.




Cookies are text files containing minimal information sent to the browser and stored on your computer, mobile phone or other user device whenever you visit a website. With each link, the cookies refer the information to the reference site.
Cookies may be permanent (persistent cookies) if they remain on your computer until the user deletes them, or temporary (session cookies) if they are disabled when the browser is closed. Cookies can also be first-party cookies if set by the visited site, or third-party cookies if placed by a site other than the visited one.


Cookies used and their purpose
The cookies used can be cataloged as follows (see the cookie guide prepared by ICC, International Chamber of Commerce):


Necessary cookies
This type of cookie is essential to allow the user to navigate to the site and use the required services, such as access to protected site areas.
Necessary cookies are first-party cookies and may be permanent or temporary. This type of cookie is used to handle user registration and access phases. Without them the user would not be able to access the requested services and the functionality of the sites themselves would be limited.


Performance cookies
Performance cookies collect information about how users use a site, such as what pages they visit most frequently. These cookies do not store individual visitors’ identity data, but only aggregate and anonymous data.
They are used for:
– statistical purposes
– to evaluate the impact of active advertising campaigns.
These cookies can be either permanent or temporary, and first or third party. In essence, these cookies collect anonymous information on the visited pages and the displayed adverts.


Functional cookies
These cookies allow the site to remember visitors’ choices (such as your username, language, or country of access) and provide more customized features. Functional cookies can also serve to provide user-requested services, such as accessing a video or posting a comment to a blog. The information used by these cookies is anonymous and cannot trace user navigation to other sites.
They are used to:
– remember if a particular service has already been provided to the user
– improve the overall experience on the site by remembering user preferences.
These cookies could be permanent or temporary cookies, first-party or third-party cookies. In essence, these cookies recall the individual choices made by users to improve their navigation experience.


Advertising cookies
These cookies are used to limit the views of an advert by the user and to monitor the distribution of the advertising campaigns.
Advertising cookies are used to manage advertising on the site.
Advertising cookies are placed by third parties, such as advertisers and their agents, and may be permanent or temporary. In practice, these are cookies related to the third-party advertising services provided on the websites.


Other cookies from third parties
They may be present on websites which provide services such as YouTube or Facebook. This type of cookie is managed directly by these services. For detailed information you need to access the platforms in question and request the relevant information.



To limit, block, or delete cookies, just take action via your web browser settings. Cookie management methods vary for each browser.
Below is the link to the specific guide for the browsers listed.


Internet Explorer




Google Chrome






Safari iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch)


If your browser is not among those listed, select the “Help” function in your browser to find information on how to proceed.
Warning: some sections of our website are accessible only by enabling cookies. Deactivating their use may cause the visitor to be unable to access the site properly by limiting its functionality.
Managing cookies on smartphones and tablets (and typically on any mobile device) is different, so we recommend that you consult the manufacturer’s manuals. For further clarifications on cookies, you can contact us directly at the address

By using the site without refusing cookies and similar online technologies, users agree to the use of such technologies by us to collect and process information.