Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 6 : Pulleys of metal (other than for machines); pins for wheels.
Class 7 : Pulleys of variable diameter (parts of machines); motors and engines with or without magnetic brakes (except for land vehicles); reducers; geared motors, variable speed gears; mechanical and electronic variable speed drives; governor rectifiers; speed governors for machines, engines and motors; machine coupling and transmission belts (except for land vehicles); transmission shafts (except for land vehicles); shafts for machines; shaft couplings for machines; cables, devices and equipment for the control, automatic control, actuation and transmission of machines, motors or engines; belts for machines, motors and engines; elevators (lifts) and elevating apparatus; driving chains and transmission chains (except for land vehicles); gearing (except for land vehicles); guide rails; machine tools; elevator chains.... More
Class 9 : Electric and electronic circuits, devices and equipment for control, automatic control, actuation, transmission, power supply and power-on indication for motors and engines; couplings, electric; commutators; circuit breakers; inverters; speed checking apparatus and speed indicators; converters, electric and electronic.
Class 16 : Company newsletters, information bulletins, newsletters, magazines, catalogues, printed matter, season tickets (non magnetic), club membership cards (non magnetic), loyalty cards (non magnetic) and, more generally, printed matter.
Class 35 : Customer loyalty services, namely setting up benefits limited to a customer loyalty club; demonstration of goods, organisation of exhibitions or events for commercial or advertising purposes, arranging newspaper subscriptions (for others), publication of advertising texts, marketing studies and research, public relations and, more generally, advertising, business management, business administration and office functions.... More
Class 41 : Club services (entertainment or education); arranging of competitions (education or entertainment); arranging and conducting of conferences, colloquiums, seminars, symposiums and congresses; publication of texts (other than publicity texts); organization of exhibitions for cultural and educational purposes; leisure services; party planning (entertainment); reservation of seats for shows and, more generally, entertainment, education, providing of training, sporting and cultural activities.... More