CABfactory respects the privacy of visitors and users of this website, and will collect only personally identifiable data, such as your name or email address, when it is voluntarily submitted to us at this website. Please read our privacy policy in full.

What are cookies?

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How do we use cookies?

We use cookies that are strictly necessary to enable you to move around the site or to provide certain basic features. Some pages on this site contain content embedded from, for example Vimeo or YouTube, which sets its own (third party) cookies to track traffic to that particular video. We have no control over these third party cookies. You can delete or block these cookies (see section “How to control cookies”), but if you do that some features of this site may not work as intended, however they are not strictly necessary for the website to work.

Cookies on this website

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Vimeo cookies - We embed videos from Vimeo. Vimeo sets a number of cookies on any page that embeds a Vimeo video. To find out more visit Vimeo's privacy policy & Vimeo's Cookie Policy

How to control cookies

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