EUTM file information

000873505

ANWB


July 12, 1998

Trademark Summary

The trademark application ANWB was filed by ANWB B.V., a corporation established under the laws of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on October 10, 1999, and it was registered by office on March 29, 2000 without any oppositions.

The application was filed in Dutch (English was selected as the second language).

Two renewals of the trademark were recorded, one on July 20, 2008, and the other one on March 12, 2018.

Change of name and address of the trademark registration was recorded on January 21, 2001. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on November 14, 2001. Claims of seniority of the trademark registration was recorded on June 24, 2007. Change of name and address of the trademark registration was recorded on July 1, 2007. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on August 12, 2007. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on March 17, 2011. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on April 3, 2013. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on November 17, 2013. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on February 3, 2015. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on May 6, 2019. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on January 4, 2022.

The application claimed as seniority of the Kingdom of Spain trademark null registered on September 9, 1976 and filed on September 11, 1972 which was accepted by the office.


Goods And Services

  • The mark was filed in class 6 with following description of goods:
    1. Signposts, direction and designation boards of metal
    2. Anchors, chains (except driving chains for vehicles)
    3. Non-electric cables of common metal
    4. Ironmongery, bicycle, outboard motor and caravan locks, key chains
    5. Other goods made of common metal, not included in other classes.
  • The mark was filed in class 9 with following description of goods:
    1. Illuminated and mechanical signposts, direction and designation boards
    2. Light boxes for the identification of land vehicles and water vehicles
    3. Scientific, nautical, electric apparatus and instruments not included in other classes (including radiotelegraphic apparatus and instruments), optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision) and life-saving apparatus and instruments
    4. Fire-extinguishing apparatus
    5. Curvometers
    6. Earth leakage circuit breakers, caravan adapter leads
    7. Reflective arm bands, hazard triangles
    8. Auxiliary cables, electric for starting motors and engines
    9. Route descriptions recorded on magnetic tape cassettes
    10. Electronic, magnetic and optical data carriers containing data, including route descriptions and information for tourists
    11. Pre-recorded or non pre-recorded audio and video cassettes and discs.
  • The mark was filed in class 12 with following description of goods:
    1. Collapsible luggage carriers
    2. Emergency windscreens for automobiles
    3. Automobile roof racks for transporting bicycles, skis, surfboards and small boats
    4. Racks for fixing to vehicles for transporting luggage, bicycles and wheelchairs
    5. Map holders and luggage carrier extenders for bicycles
    6. Luggage bags for bicycles
    7. Accessories for vehicles not included in other classes.
  • The mark was filed in class 16 with following description of goods:
    1. Paper and cardboard goods (not included in other classes)
    2. Printed matter, newspapers and periodicals, books, maps and charts, travel guides
    3. Photographs
    4. Stationery
    5. Instructional and teaching material (except apparatus)
    6. Playing cards
    7. Printers' type
    8. Printing blocks.
  • The mark was filed in class 35 with following description of goods:
    1. Advertising
    2. Business management
    3. Business administration
    4. Office functions
    5. Consultancy with regard to the purchase of land and water vehicles, caravans and trailers
    6. Mediation with regard to the purchase of parts for land and water vehicles, which are difficult to obtain, needed by stranded travellers
    7. Estimating repair costs.
  • The mark was filed in class 36 with Insurance and finance, including appraisal of used land and water vehicles, caravans and trailers.
  • The mark was filed in class 37 with Building construction and repair.
  • The mark was filed in class 38 with Telecommunications and telematics, including in-car telematics.
  • The mark was filed in class 39 with following description of goods:
    1. Transport
    2. Packaging and storage of goods
    3. Arranging of tours
    4. Transport and storage
    5. Assistance in the event of accidents (transport)
    6. Assistance involving obtaining and ensuring the transport to the required location of parts for land and water vehicles, which are difficult to obtain, needed by stranded travellers (transport).
  • The mark was filed in class 41 with following description of goods:
    1. Education
    2. Providing of training
    3. Entertainment
    4. Sporting and cultural activities.
  • The mark was filed in class 42 with following description of goods:
    1. Services, not included in other classes, provided by an association to its members, including assistance in the event of accidents (not being transport and repair), providing of technical information
    2. Conducting purchase and maintenance inspections of land and water vehicles, caravans and trailers
    3. Drawing up inspection reports
    4. Assessing the qualities of land and water vehicles, caravans, trailers and tents, camping articles and accessories and providing reports and consultancy thereon
    5. Providing legal information and legal assistance
    6. Reserving rooms and apartments in hotels, boarding houses and holiday resorts and pitches at camping sites
    7. Copyright management
    8. Designing signposts and direction boards for traffic on behalf of others
    9. Providing information and consultancy in the field of planning and environmental management.
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