We are pleased that you have chosen to visit our website – and appreciate the interest you have shown in our products. Protection of your personal data is important to MAN Odense A/S, and we comply fully with the national data protection legislation that regulates the use and collection of your personal data.

When you visit our website,, we are permitted to collect various types of information about you when:
-    You actively subscribe to our newsletter
-    You actively ask us to contact you via a contact form
-    We use cookies 

Subscribing to our newsletter
When you subscribe to our newsletter, you will be asked to enter your name, surname and email address. We need this information in order to send you the newsletter. You can always unsubscribe from our newsletter by clicking on the link at the bottom of the newsletter. If you choose to do so, your name, surname and email address will be deleted in our newsletter database. To comply with personal data regulations, we are also obliged to inform you that your email address is stored in the newsletter system MailChimp. The system, which we have used for several years, is based in the USA, which the act defines as an “unsecure country” as it is a non-EU country, and the USA has not entered into any data protection agreements that comply with the European GDPR. As your email address is included on our mailing list, it is our duty to inform you of this fact in particular. This does not present any danger to you. And you do not need to do anything in connection with this. 

Contact form
When you ask us to contact you via our contact form, you will be asked to enter your name, surname and email address. We need this information in order to contact you in connection with your enquiry. Should you choose to provide us with additional personal data, we may also make use of this information to get in touch with you. All this information will be collected and stored, as it allows us to provide you with any requested information.

All Danish websites must, according to the law, inform their users about the use of browser cookies and access to the cookies on the user’s devices. The information given to the users must comply with the EU Cookie Law. In accordance with the Cookie Law, the website must, by law, obtain consent from the user when browser cookies are left on the user’s IT equipment. By using our website, you have given your consent to this.

What are cookies?
A cookie is a small piece of data in which a user’s behaviour on the network is registered at the user’s own location (on the user’s hard disk). This enables the server (for example, a website) to recognise the user when they log on again. A cookie stores information on the user’s behaviour on the website, such as a user name entered in connection with logging in to a particular section of the website, rather than information that can be traced back to a specific person. A cookie is stored on the user’s hard disk together with cached files. So a cookie is basically a text file that is sent to your browser from a web server, and is stored on your computer’s hard disk. You can set your browser to prompt you when you receive a cookie, or you can choose to disable cookies altogether. 

How to disable cookies
You can disable cookies altogether on your computer by choosing the relevant settings in your browser. You should be aware, however, that this may result in you not being able to use all of the website’s functions. Since the cookie is located at your site, as you are the client, you will always be able to see, change or delete these cookies. We hope that you will accept the cookies we send, as they help us to improve our website. If you do not wish to receive cookies from, most newer browsers allow you to select advanced cookie settings under Internet settings and add the domain to the list of websites from whom you have chosen not to receive cookies. Here, you can also delete individual cookies or all the cookies your browser has stored. If you set your browser to refuse cookies, be aware that some functionalities on different websites may not work. 

How to avoid receiving cookies and how to delete them
It may seem intrusive that a website can store information on your computer or mobile device, especially when that information can be stored and used by a third party. Even though it is generally harmless, you may not want to see advertising that has been tailored to your interests. That is why it is possible to block some or all of these cookies, or even delete those that have already been left on your computer, if you prefer to do so. Please be aware that if you do block or delete cookies, you may lose some of the functions on the website you are visiting. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may block them. 

On, we use cookies to increase its user-friendliness by optimising the website and its functions. 

Google Analytics (measuring traffic)
The website uses cookies from Google Analytics to measure traffic on the website. Google Analytics collects information about the traffic on’s pages, such as which website pages and elements are used most frequently. The web editors use the statistics from Google Analytics to improve’s user-friendliness. 

Contact information
If you have any questions, or would like to know more about the data we hold on you – or would like to be deleted – please contact us in writing or by email at:

MAN Odense A/S
Højmevej 19
5250 Odense SV
Tel. +45 66171701