This is a current listing of United States trademarks owned by Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. (“LCE”) and might also be trademarks or registered trademarks in other countries. Please note that laws concerning use and marking of trademarks or product names vary by country.
Those trademarks followed by ® are registered trademarks of LCE in the United States; those followed by SM are service marks of LCE in the United States.
This list is not a comprehensive list of all LCE trademarks.
Last Updated: October, 2020
- Life Cycle Engineering®
- Life Cycle®
LCE Registered Trademarks:
- Life Cycle Institute®
- Reliability Excellence®
- Powered by Rx®
- Maintenance Excellence®
- Line Performance Optimization®
- Changing Behavior to Produce Results®
- Learning is Change. Change is Learning.®
- 3A Learning®
- Process Performance Optimization®
- Hack Warz®
- SEA Coach®
- Reliability Engineering Certification®
- Applying Engineering Logic to Solve Business Problems®
The first time these terms appear on a website page, in a document or in a presentation, the terms should include the ® symbol. (In Word, if you type (r) the symbol is automatically created.)
LCE Service Marks:
- No pending service marks.
General rules for proper reference to LCE product names
Following are general rules for proper usage of LCE product names.
The first use of each LCE product name mentioned in communications must be identified in a footnote or attribution. The attribution must be located either on the page/screen where the LCE trademark is used, or in the legal section of the communication or site in which it is referenced. Identify Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. as the owner of the trademark, e.g. [Mark] is a trademark of Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. It is acceptable to omit a symbol in headlines, titles, subheads, diagrams or tops of slides, but the next use must include the appropriate symbol.
Trademark notices can be set in any typeface that is compatible with the surrounding text and in any point size, as long as it is legible. For a registered trademark or service mark, set the trademark (®) notice as a superscript character and put it immediately following the trademark. Do not add a space between the trademark and the notice. For an unregistered trademark or service mark, set the trademark (TM or SM) notice as a superscript character and put it immediately following the trademark. Do not add a space between the trademark and the notice.