This website is owned and operated by Per Aarsleff A/S, Lokesvej 15, DK-8230 Åbyhøj. If you have any comments or questions, please contact us at email@example.com or phone no. +45 8744 2222.
The website is made available to the public as a service and for informational purposes. Aarsleff endeavours to keep information, software and other services correct and updated, but we cannot guarantee that the website is completely accurate. Aarsleff does not offer any warranties as to the accuracy of the information on the website. Any information and contents published on the website are made available without any warranty of any kind.
The website contains links to other websites over which we have no control. Aarsleff is not responsible for the availability or contents of these external sites.
Aarsleff will take all reasonable measures to protect the website against computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other threats. Aarsleff does not, however, warrant that the website is free from such harmful programs and disclaims any responsibility for or liability related to loss due to harmful programs received from the website.
Users are permitted to link to the front page of the website. Neither framing nor deep linking is allowed from the website without prior written agreement with Aarsleff.
The website and its contents – e.g. text, photos and graphics – are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights owned by Aarsleff. Certain names, trademarks and logos on the website are protected trademarks.
Users must not modify, copy, reproduce, redistribute, publish, commercially exploit etc. without first obtaining permission to do so from Aarsleff in writing.
Governing law and jurisdiction
The use of the website is governed by Danish law, and any disputes relating to or arising from the use of the website must be heard by the Danish courts.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a tiny data file that we save on your computer in order to keep track of what happens during your visit, as well as to be able to recognise the computer. A cookie is not a programme and cannot contain viruses. The purpose of a cookie is to generate anonymous statistics, and the information cannot be traced back to you.
Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies, but you can change these settings, of course. Please keep in mind, though, that most websites will not function optimally if cookies are not enabled.
We use the following cookies:
- Tracking: We track the number of visitors, users' navigation patterns on the site, and the way in which they access the site (via search machines, links, etc).
- Third-party cookies: There is access to functions from other sites via our website. Videos, links etc. can contain cookies from these sites – for example, they can detect when you use a function on their site via our site. Some examples of third parties in this regard can be a provider's comments, as well as blog fields, Vimeo or YouTube.
If you would like more information, you are more than welcome to contact us.