The Lounge What is on Your Mind? Does anyone know what technology this logo belongs to? Post 303042929 by Neo on Saturday 11th of January 2020 10:20:10 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by drl
Hi.


It could be either PPM, a tape manufacturer, or the outfit that designed the logo for PPM:

PPM Industries | Tape you can trust | Adhesive Tapes manufacturer
Q1. Launching a new brand in the American car refinishing market – CCRZ

Best wishes ... cheers, drl
I seriously doubt the logo is associated with either of the companies above.

The original poster stated:

Quote:
It came in a template full of techy-related stickers for laptop (like Docker, K8s, BigData, RHEL, AWS, etc) but I have no clue what it represents. Any idea?
There is nothing remotely "techy-related" to the two companies above.
,
The biggest clue is the fact that this logo-sticker was "tech-related" stickers in the same group / context at Docker, KBs, BigData, RHEL, AWS, etc.

The two companies drl suggested above are just about as "non-techy" as they can be.

So, since there is little or even remotely "techy-related" to the two companies above, it is only logical to conclude that the logo is definitely not associated with either of the companies above.

(Not to mention, the logo of a small 'o' next to a '1' ,inside a cartoon rocket, looks nothing like "ppm" even if you turn the sticker upside down Smilie )

Cheers.
 
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