Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Minerals and natural or treated mineral materials, products containing minerals and consisting of pellets, pills, granules, nuggets, porous nuggets, powders or sludges, mixed mineral compounds, compounds of minerals with fibrous materials or other non-mineral materials, compounds of minerals and chemicals, minerals with chemical surface treatment, pigments and fillers containing minrals, substances and mixtures based on minerals, substances containing minerals used in one or more preparations of minerals for cast iron, ceramics, refractory materials, sanitary fittings, glass, paper, cardboard, abrasives, paint, sealing materials, adhesives, rubber, cables, plastic, steel, the carpet and building industries and environmental protection industries; chemical preparations for the manufacture of enamel, chemicals used as thinners in the manufacture of paints and coatings, chemicals for drilling muds, ink, preparations containing lime for agriculture, aluminium oxide, andalusite, ball clay, barium sulphate, bauxite, bentonite, calcined china clay, carbon, terra alba, corundum, chromium, clay, dolomite, drilling muds, common feldspar, graphite, ground or synthetic calcium carbonate, kaolin, magnesia, carbonate, marble, metakaolin, micas, montmorillonite, mullite, pegmatite, artificial and synthetic resins, sialon, silica, smectite clay, strontium carbonate, steatite, vermiculite, or mixtures or compounds of two or more of the aforesaid materials; elements and fittings prefabricated (manufactured) from refractory materials for construction and building or for use as refractory linings in the iron, smelting, steel and petrochemical industries, incinerators, electric generators (chemicals used in industry).... More
Class 2 : Fillers, mineral pigments, thinners and compounds containing these for the manufacture of paints, varnishes and lacquers, enamels, iron sandstone (Thiviers sandstone), natural or synthetic colorants among other for the ceramics industry.
Class 4 : Lubricants based on graphite.
Class 6 : Ores of metal, pipes and tubes of metal, wires and cables of metal.
Class 7 : Machines, machine tools and mechanical instruments for applying lubricants and for the manufacture of pottery, and for decorating porcelain, earthenware, glass and ceramics.
Class 17 : Goods containing among other minerals for the manufacture of rubber, of goods made from rubber and plastic among other in the form of moulding compounds, sealing compounds and adhesives, films, sheets, blocks, cables or bars, minerals and compounds containing minerals for mixtures of rubber or plastic, mica and goods made from mica (semi-finished); elements and fittings prefabricated (manufactured) from refractory materials for construction and building or for use as refractory linings in the iron, smelting, steel and petrochemical industries, incinerators, electric generators (construction materials).... More
Class 19 : Building materials (non-metallic), among other bricks, marble, natural stone, materials mainly of silica, mullite, magnesia, fireclay, roofing materials including tiles and slates, fume ducts not of metal, refractory materials including monolithic refractory materials based on minerals for construction, raw materials for ceramics, among other materials containing prepared terra alba or ball clay or both and chemically-treated kaolin and compounds of kaolin and bentonite, mineral pellets for the building industry, metakaolin and compounds containing metakaolin for the building industry and materials mainly based on refractory materials, fired refractory materials, grog, limestone or gypsum for the building industry.... More
Class 36 : Acquisition of financial holdings in companies, management of an investment fund, capital investment, leasing and lease-purchase financing of land and property.
Class 37 : Engineering in the field of construction and construction materials; information relating to construction materials, design and construction of a factory for processing mineral materials.
Class 39 : Transport of minerals and goods containing minerals, packaging and storage of minerals and products containing minerals, management of logistics relating to transport and distribution of minerals and mineral products.
Class 40 : Treatment and processing of minerals and metals; information relating to the treatment and processing of minerals and metals, handling of minerals, enrichment and refining, grinding and cruching of minerals, grain-size classification of minerals, chemical treatment of minerals, washing and drying of minerals.
Class 42 : Quarrying services and mining extraction; geological research and expertise; drilling; laboratory work (research) in the field of extraction, treatment and processing of minerals and metals; information, technical consultancy and surveying in the field of extraction, treatment and processing of minerals and metals.