We use various types of cookies to run our website to provide you with a better experience. We also utilize cookies for marketing purposes to help us better personalise content on various platforms.
These tables list some of necessary and third-party cookies.
The expiration dates for our cookies below generally apply on a rolling basis or from the last time that Hapag-Lloyd has interacted with the applicable user.
The following table lists the first party Cookies of Hapag-Lloyd website.
|JSESSIONID||mandatory - Session for Online Business - necessary for using Online Business functionalities||Browser Session|
||optional - Online Business Start Displayed Page Name - comfort functionality||30 years
|hlWebPortal.olbStartPageName||optional - Online Business Start Page Name - comfort functionality||30 years|
|hlWebPortal.olbStartPage||optional - Online Business Start Page Path - comfort functionality||30 years|
|dtCookie||optional - Cookie set by Dynatrace - technical measures||Browser Session|
|dtPC||optional - Cookie set by Dynatrace - technical measures||Browser Session|
|dtLatC||optional - Cookie set by Dynatrace - technical measures||Browser Session|
|dtSa||optional - Cookie set by Dynatrace - technical measures||Browser Session|
Statistic products of the following companies are used by Hapag-Lloyd for collection tracking information in general. This information helps us to understand the usage of certain pages and the number of users visiting our website.
||Google Analytics is a tracking tool to collect statistics about usage of HLAG website.||Google Opt-Out
Hapag-Lloyd uses a number of reputable third-party services for marketing purposes. Features of the following companies are integrated into Hapag-Lloyd's website and will set Cookies into the user's browser.
|Retargeting||HLAG is using the remarketing tool (Website Re-targeting) provided by LinkedIn Inc. LinkedIn installs a simple piece of code to
our website that places a cookie onto the browser of our website visitors.
Details about LinkedIn Cookies
|LinkedIn Retargeting Opt-Out
|Retargeting||HLAG makes use of the Facebook Custom Audience pixel. A Custom Audience pixel is a tiny piece of Java script code that we have
incorporated into each of our web pages. This piece of code provides a series of functions for transmitting application-specific events and
user-defined data to Facebook. We use Custom Audience pixels to record information about the way visitors use our website.
||Retargeting||HLAG uses Microsoft Ads to promote our business online. To more effectively market our services, we use a small text file known as a cookie to record the completion of your transaction.||Microsoft Privacy Dashboard|
|Salesforce||Communication||HLAG is using Salesforce cookies to provide security protections and route server requests within the Salesforce infrastructure for persistent virtual assistant sessions.|
||Remarketing||HLAG uses Google AdWords and, in doing so, its conversion
tracking feature as well. If you come to our website by clicking on a
Google ad, Google AdWords will add cookies to your computer.
|Usabilla||Opinion Polls / Feedback
||HLAG uses Usabilla to ask users for feedback and opinion in order to improve user satisfaction.|
|Unbounce||Campaigns||HLAG uses Unbounce to technically support campaigns and landingpages. Compare Unbounce Terms of Service