European Trademark Tobacco – Professional Manufacturer
947,65 € – 1.146,66 €
European Trademark Tobacco and Tobacco Sustitutes. Delta Baco® offers professional services to represent your brand and sell in the European Common Market.
We provide our manufacturers with the European brand at the cost of their presentation, plus 7.2% for the service + 4% Online Access Fee.
Delta Baco® is not responsible for the granting of trademarks, only for their management. Delta Baco® will formally carry out the assignment in the terms that manufacturer deems, or the procedures for assignment of trademark rights.
European trademark tobacco registry at the European Union for selling in the European Community Market. Professional services for Tobacco and Tobacco Substitutes’ manufacturers.
At cost, official MUE trademark EUIPO rates + just 7,2% of Delta Baco®’s clerk tasks + 4% Online Access Fee.
European Union Trademark (EUTM).
The European Union trade mark system consists of one single registration procedure that gives its owner an exclusive right in the 27 Member States of the European Union.
Classes and products / services or activities requested: Nice Class 34. Tobacco and tobacco substitutes; cigarettes and cigars; electronic cigarettes and mouth vaporizers for smokers; smokers articles; matches.
Trade marks in the European Union
Where to register
In the EU, there is a four-tier system for registering trade marks. What you choose depends on the needs of your business.
Let’s say you just want protection in one EU Member State; perhaps where your business is based at the moment, or where you want to trade. You can make a trade mark application directly at the relevant national IP office. This is the national route. Check the full list of national offices.
If you want protection in Belgium, the Netherlands and/or Luxembourg, you can make an application to the Benelux Office of Intellectual Property (BOIP), the only regional-level IP office in the EU, for trade mark protection in those three Member States. This is the regional route.
If you want protection in more Member States of the EU, you can apply for an EU trade mark from the EUIPO – this is the European route. An online application at the EUIPO is filed in just one language. When we receive your application we check it and process it, and once registered, your trade mark can be renewed indefinitely every 10 years.
The national, regional and EU systems are complementary, and work in parallel with each other.
National level trade marks and regional trade marks are necessary for users who do not want or need protection of their trade marks at EU level.
EU trade marks give protection in all Member States of the Union, for those who want that option.
The fourth route to protection in the EU is the international route. You can use your national, regional or EU trade mark application to expand your protection internationally, to any country that is a signatory of the Madrid Protocol. Find out more about international registrations.
Benefits of registering a trade mark
- Protects your brand value
- Builds an asset
- Defends against rival marks
- Defines your rights
- Prevents counterfeiting and fraud
Benefits of registering a European Union trade mark
- A single registration — filed online, in one language — is valid in all EU Member States.
- The EU trade mark gives its owner an exclusive right in all current and future EU Member States at a reasonable cost.
- You can enforce your trade mark in a market of almost 500 million consumers.
- An EU trade mark is valid for 10 years. It can be renewed indefinitely, 10 years at a time for each renewal.
Before applying we look at the markets we would like to enter – we started with a Dutch trade mark registration and we now have seven EU trade marks.
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