European Union Trademark No. 001395649 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered

Word mark

The European Union Trademark for Avecia (Word) was filed on 24.11.1999 for goods and services in class(es) 1, 5, 40 and 42 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 001395649 Avecia is 'registered'.

Trademark information
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
Filing date24.11.1999
Registration date12.07.2002
Expiry date24.11.2019
Nice classes1, 5, 40 and 42
OwnerNitto Americas Inc.
 07666 Teaneck,, New Jersey, US
RepresentativeMARKS & CLERK LLP
 M1 4HD Manchester, GB
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Chemicals for use in industry, agriculture, horticulture, forestry and science; artificial resins; unprocessed plastics; plastics in the form of powders, liquids, pastes, gels, emulsions, suspensions, dispersions, granules; chemicals for use in the treatment and purification of water; chemicals for use in mineral extraction; chemicals for formulating and use in pharmaceuticals; catalysts; semi-conducting materials.... More
Class 5 : Biocides; fungicides, pesticides, algaecides; disinfecting agents; pharmaceutical preparations.
Class 40 : Manufacturing of chemicals and pharmaceuticals to the order and specification of others.
Class 42 : Research and development of scientific industrial and technical products; scientific, industrial and technical research, development and analysis services; process development; industrial design services; provision of facilities for scientific, industrial and technical research and development; manufacture, processing and production of scientific and industrial products; all being scientific and industrial research services; intellectual property consultancy and exploitation; project studies; testing.... More
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