all of this would not be wrong, if it would appear in the logo: e4s / E4S / E45 / [e force tech] / e4s Equipment for Safety GmbH / e4s Equipment für Sicherheit GmbH/
http://www.e4s.tech / http://www.E45.tech / http://www.equipment4safety.com / http://www.equipment4sicherheit.de
we are good in developing, manufacturing and selling inspection equipment but bad in designing logos, we would like to ask you to help us to find a fantastic (<- taken from Mr. Trump ;)) logo for our new business. The company should have a new and modern apperance in an "old" economy. We would like to be a decentral company using the benifical things out of the digitization toolbox for companies.
The products are seen by (end) customers in workshops or at the MOT / safety inspection (German: "TÜV-Prüfung"), but we only sell through partners (Sales- and Service Partners), who sell this to workshops. We directly do business with the (world wide) inspection companies like DEKRA, TÜV, GTÜ . . . OPUS . . . or our partners sell and service the devices to workshops and inspection companies.
The devices are: brake testers (roller brake tester, plate brake tester, side slip devices, play detectors, lifts (scissor lift, two post and four post lifts, head light tester, emission tester. May be in the future test equipment for ADAS (advanced driving assistent systems) as they might become mandatory as well.
Our competitors are MAHA (ATT), Beisbarth, Nussbaum, BM, Cosber, Ravaglioli, . . .
For me, maybe a designer would disagree, you can interprete 5 as a S. So E4S = E45 and E45 = Europe Road which beginns in Norway and ends in Sicily and goes completly throug Germany where is also the heart of e4s tech= e force tech, as we see us as a European company with a German engineering heart (made in Germany). So maybe you can create something out of the picture, where we can see how the E45 road is going through Europe in combination with a stylized picture / sketch of a RBT (Roller Brake Tester)?
We would like to use this logo as well to "print" or "stick" it on our products. Very often the underground is then silver (hot dip galvanized) or black (housing of eg. a head light tester. Incl. a "negative" of the logo would be great.