Cookie e Policy

The website collects personal data of its users (name, email, gender)  in order to:

  1. Allow the login and the services there included.
  2. Tell the news on
  3. Inform users on promotions through Mailing List or Newsletter.


Personal data collected on the website may concern email address, name, gender and cookies. Users can voluntarily leave personal data. Cookies – or other tracking systems – have the aim of identifying users and related preferences in order to better tailor online services. The absence of personal data impedes the supply of tailored services. Users are responsible for personal data given to third parties for commercial purposes. It is up to users therefore to give permission, eliminating any possible liability towards third parties.

Treatment of personal data

The holder treats users’ personal data by adopting all necessary safety measures meant to avoid non-authorised access, divulgation, modification and elimination of personal data. The treatment is carried out through IT methods with organizing features and logics directly linked to the purposes listed.

Other than the Holder, in some cases, some other categories of people involved in the website (administration, commercial, marketing, legal, system personnel) or external people (third parties, postal officers, hosting providers, communication agencies) become, if necessary, responsible for data treatment.

Cookie Policy

In line with the principle of transparency, our Cookie Policy is aimed at giving information on the type, purposes, use and management of cookies during navigation on partners’ sites.

What are cookies?

Cookies are short text strings that a website sends to users’ browser, saved on devices (computers, tablets, smartphones etc.) and transmitted to the same site during the following navigation. A cookie is usually represented by the name of the website, the “timing” and a value which is generally assigned by chance. There are two types of cookies:

  • First-party cookies when they are managed directly by the owner or the editor of the website (Molini Amoruso Srl)
  • Third-party cookies when cookies are managed by third parties.

First-Party Cookies

Cookies have an important role during navigation. We use cookies to enhance and facilitate users’ experience by saving some pieces of information such as language, nationality, shop and by stepping up the following navigation. The Company do not use first-party cookies to track online habits for marketing purposes. Cookies do not allow recognizing single users, but only the browser except if they log in to their personal area on the site.

Which cookies do the Company use?

  • Technical Cookies

Technical cookies are essential for the correct functioning of some areas of the site and are employed to simplify users’ navigation and services. The Company uses technical cookies to track the permissions to receive profiling and analytics cookies of third parties, in compliance with the law in force (“Definition of the simplified methods for privacy and permission to the use of cookies” on May, 8th 2014).

  • Third-Party Cookie

During the navigation on other websites, it is possible that some cookies are sent without being part of our domains. For example, when users visit a site which includes some contents of sites of third parties. Third parties could send cookies to understand habits and preferences in order to adjust advertisements shown on the Company website.

Some cookies hold by third parties allow getting aggregated statistics related to habits in navigation in order to improve the usability of the site. Here below a list of third-party cookies that could be sent during navigation on the Company website and the related website where to check the privacy policy.

Which third-party cookies do the Company use?

Partner websites could send cookies of the following types:

  • Analytics Cookies

These cookies are employed to gather and analyse aggregated anonymous information to statistic purposes meant to improve performances and design. Cookies could also be used to limit the occurrence of advertisements and show only those that could be of users’ interest as well as to boost the outcome of campaigns.

  • Profiling cookies

These cookies allow getting information on users’ navigation and recognize them when back on the site. This leads to finalized anonymous profiles that improve advertisements. No personal information is disclosed to third parties.

Here below a list of the cookies with related links to privacy policies and to the form to withdraw the permission to data treatment:

Google Analytics


Privacy Policy

Google Adsense

Profiling, Advertisement

Privacy Policy



Privacy Policy

Any withdrawal will not remove advertisements from websites, but advertisements will be general and not tailored on personal interests.

How do the Company get the permissions to cookies?

In compliance with the norms in force, during the first navigation on the site, users are asked to agree or not with cookies and they can do it:

  • by clicking on any links on the page
  • by clicking on Close and Agree on the banner containing the short version of the policy
  • by accepting the Cookie policy

However, the Company informs that the denial to cookies can limit the navigation of all users.

Where and When

Data are treated in the legal office of the Holder, unless the document specifies differently. Data are treated for the time needed or for purposes expressed in the document. Users can always ask to cease and delete data.

Contact form

By filling the form in, users agree to data treatment in order to receive information, quotations or anything else.

Required data are: email address, name, surname, gender, date of birth, place of birth, address, phone number.

These data will be employed for the following purposes:

System Log and Maintenance

  • Site functioning and updating. To this end, the website could collect system log files, e. files which record the interactions and can include personal data such as the IP address.

Modification to privacy policy

At any moment, the Holder has the right to change the privacy policy by notifying it to all users. Users are kindly invited to check the updates on this page.

As per art.7, Law Decree 196/2003, users can exert their rights such as consulting and deleting personal data or refusing data treatment for the purposes above mentioned.


Molini F.lli Amoruso s.r.l. – Contrada San Martino, 13 – 71042 Cerignola, FG, Italy –  Tel. +39 0885.42.48.40 – P.IVA 00124540717 – Email