If you have been looking for a new car to drive, you may want to consider Volvo motorcars. The company has a great reputation for quality and durability and their vehicles are popular with both road and off-road enthusiasts. They offer a wide variety of models and are available for both luxury and economy buyers.
SKF trademark for motorcars
Volvo, or VOLVO, is a Swedish brand of motorcars and trucks. It is also a brand name in the industrial drive systems and aerospace components industry.
The VOLVO trademark is a registered mark in many countries. The trademark’s symbol is a circle and arrow. In Latin, the symbol means “I roll.”
The arrow translates to “strength” in the English language. A symbol of this kind has been used since ancient times. During the Roman empire, it was the symbol for the planet Mars.
Today, the Volvo logo is a circular emblem with an arrow pointing toward the left. This symbol is believed to be a homage to the strength of iron.
The symbol is still found on the grille of a Volvo car today. The diagonal band was originally a technical necessity to hold the chrome badge.
The symbol is the product of a collaboration between Volvo and its former partner, Svenska Kullagerfabriken. SKF was a world leader in industrial bearings.
AB SKF incorporated Volvo as a subsidiary company in 1915. It was a precursor to the modern day Volvo Car Corporation.
Originally, the Volvo logo was designed as a way of showcasing the strength of the iron industry in Sweden. Later, it was complimented by a diagonal band across the radiator.
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