The trademark Ingersoll-Rand was filed by Ingersoll-Rand Industrial U.S., Inc., a U.S. corporation (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on October 30, 2000, and received one opposition filed on January 30, 2001 by The Ingersoll Milling Machine Company on (a) Identity of marks and Goods and Services, (b) Likelihood of confusion. the opponent was represented by GEVERS and proceedings were handled in English, and the oppositon was dismissed by the Euorpean Union Intellectual Property Office with decision issued January 30, 2001
The application was filed in English, and English was also language of all opposition proceedings (German was selected as the second language).
Two renewals of the trademark were recorded, one on March 16, 2009, and the other one on February 13, 2019.
Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on September 3, 2001. Claims of seniority of the trademark registration was recorded on July 2, 2007. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on August 13, 2007. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on September 11, 2007. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on April 14, 2008. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on March 18, 2011. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on March 24, 2014. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on January 21, 2019. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on March 19, 2020. A transfer of the trademark registration was recorded on March 25, 2020. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on December 30, 2020.
The application claimed as seniority of the Federal Republic of Germany trademark null registered on March 20, 1980 and filed on February 9, 1979 which was accepted by the office.
Goods And Services
The mark was filed in class 1 with Chemical products for use in industry and science, particularly coolants.
The mark was filed in class 4 with Industrial oils and greases, lubricants, lubricating oils.
The mark was filed in class 6 with following description of goods:
Metal building materials
Ironmongery, small items of metal hardware
Door locks, escutcheons, latches, lock sets, exit devices, door closers, door control hardware, steel doors and door frames.
The mark was filed in class 7 with following description of goods:
Machines and machine tools for metal, wood and plastics working, for the chemical industry and for mining, construction machines, machines for use in surface treatment of articles and parts thereof which includes washing, abrasive blasting, shot peening and the like, vapor and gas turbines, generators, also with heat recuperators for energy
Portable and stationary air and gas compressors and parts therefor
Antifriction bearings including straight-roller, tapered roller, spherical roller, needle and ball bearings and bushings and assemblies therefor
Automotive and industrial lubricating equipment, such as cabinet-type lubricators, stationary lubricant systems, lubricant pumps, racks for supporting lubricant equipment
Electric and pneumatic tools, particularly pick hammers, saws, drills, screwdrivers, nut runners, wrenches, grinders, buffers, angle grinders, sanders, polishers, torque wrenches and impact wrenches
Rock and stone drilling equipment, drill bits, drill steels
Rotary brooms, landscape rakes, rotary mowers
Rotary, portable, mobile and stationary drills and drilling rigs for above-ground and subterranean use
Pneumatic, hydraulic and electric hoists, winches and conveying machines
Manual hoists, rachet pullers and trolleys
Road construction and earth-working machinery, particularly machines for placement of paving material such as asphalt and asphalt emulsions on traffic bearing surfaces such as roadways, parking areas, walkways and airport runways
Milling machines for removing bituminous asphalt layers, both hot rolled and mastic-applied and for removing concrete
Vibratory and static compactors for earth, gravel, asphalt and concrete
Compacting machines and walk-behind compaction equipment, particularly vibratory plates, upright rammers and double drum compactors
Tunnelers, raise drivers, shaft sinking machines
Assembly-line machinery and equipment, particularly assembly lines for building engines, transmissions, differentials and final car assembly
Testing systems and machines, especially used to test engines and transmissions under hot and cold conditions
Fastener tightening machines
High pressure liquid intensifiers and hydraulic cutting machines and nozzles therefor
Portable light towers
Air powered starter motors for airplanes and boats
Blowers, particularly air blowers and gas blowers
Apparatus for recovering gas vapors
Automated material handling and manufacturing equipment
Presses and filters, particularly for suspensions of solids in liquids
Heat exchangers, particularly condensors
Excavators, backhoes, trenchers and diggers also for attachment to trucks, tractors, trailers and the like
Motors, drive engines and turbines (not for land vehicles)
Machine coupling and transmission components (except for land vehicles)
Structural parts for all the aforesaid goods in Class 7
All excluding metal milling machines and machine tools.
The mark was filed in class 8 with Hand tools, particularly shovels, scrapers, brooms, rakes and post hole diggers.
The mark was filed in class 9 with following description of goods:
Scientific, surveying, measuring, signalling, control and checking (supervision) apparatus and instruments
Electric and electronic apparatus and instruments (included in class 9)
Programmable electronic lock and security systems
Electronic control systems for use in the fastener and assembly industry
Microprocessor controllers for monitoring operational functions of air compressors
Microprocessor controllers for monitoring performance of environmental control apparatus
Thermostats for controlling apparatus for heating and/or cooling a space
Battery charging apparatus for utility vehicles
Calculating machines, computers and data processing equipment, including software therefor.
The mark was filed in class 11 with following description of goods:
Apparatus for heating, steam generating, refrigerating, drying and ventilating purposes
Air conditioning equipment for passenger and/or driver comfort in buses, truck cabs, automobiles and the like
Environmental control apparatus, particularly refrigerated compressed air dryers for industrial, commercial, petroleum, automotive, pharmaceutical, food, chemical and wood processing purposes
Self-contained temperature control units adapted for connection to industrial enclosures such as transport vehicles, locker cabinets and the like, said units being adapted to refrigerate and/or heat the space therein to preserve perishable products.
The mark was filed in class 12 with following description of goods:
Apparatus for locomotion by land
Gasoline and electrically powered golf carts and utility vehicles
Self-propelled front-end loading machines
Self-propelled skid-steer loaders
Self-propelled articulated loaders
Rough-terrain forklift trucks
Steering columns and steering shafts, cam-shafts and other vehicle parts included in class 12.
The mark was filed in class 19 with Building materials (non-metallic), particularly non-metallic doors, door frames, windows and transom-sidelight frames, fiberglass columns, frames and railing materials.
The mark was filed in class 21 with Articles for cleaning purposes and cleaning instruments, particularly descaling nozzles..
The mark was filed in class 25 with Clothing, particularly shirts, hats, trousers, jackets and footwear and headgear..
The mark was filed in class 37 with Repair and maintenance of gas turbines and generators, air and gas compressors, rock drills, pneumatic and electric tools, bearing assemblies, automotive and industrial lubricating equipment, electric and pneumatic tools, rock drilling equipment, skid steer loaders, mobile and stationary drills, hoists, winches, vehicle mounted rotary mowers, road construction machinery, milling machines, compaction equipment, assembly-line equipment, fastener tightening machines, portable generators, portable light towers, air powered starter motors, forklifts, compactors, refrigerated compressed air dryers, self-contained temperature control units, air conditioning for vehicles, gasoline and electrically powered golf carts and utility vehicles, vehicles having front-end mounting means for various attachments, rough-terrain forklift trucks.
The mark was filed in class 41 with Educational and training services, particularly conducting classes and workshops in the field of machinery operation and repair.
The mark was filed in class 42 with Technical services, particularly scientific and industrial research, consultation regarding and design of machines and machine tools, security devices, hand tools, microprocessor control systems for monitoring operational function of air compressors, microprocessors control systems for monitoring operational function of temperature control units, portable and stationary compressors, rock drills, road construction and earth working machinery and hydraulic cutting machinery, automated material handling and manufacturing equipment and all not related to metal milling machines and machine tools..