Shvabe Registers Latin and Cyrillic Trademarks in Morocco
Russia’s Shvabe, a part of the Rostec State Corporation, has registered its Latin and Cyrillic trademarks in the Kingdom of Morocco for 16 classes of the International Classification of Goods and Services. This information was presented by the company’s press service.
The holding has obtained unique rights to use its trademarks in the Kingdom of Morocco for research, development and sales of medical devices, optical systems, lighting and surveying equipment, as well as for industrial analysis, materials handling and educational process support.
“The Kingdom of Morocco is a new market for our company. The first negotiations with potential partners in this country have revealed interest in our medical products and lighting equipment,” Deputy Director General for Sales, Foreign Activities and Marketing Anatoly Sludnykh stated.
Morocco has become the first country in North Africa, where Shvabe registered its trademarks. The company plans to continue developing cooperation in the field of trademark registration with Tunisia, Egypt and other countries.