Certification marks denote that the producer or the goods in question comply with the set standards defined by the owner of the particular certification mark. Certification marks are said to be the only evidence of the existence of followup agreements between manufacturers and nationally accredited testing and certification organisations. Certification organisations charge for the use of their labels and are thus always aware of exact production numbers. In this way, certification organisations can be seen to earn a commission from sales of products under their followup regimes. In return, the use of the certification marks enables the product sales in the marketplace. Marks given by the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) and the Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) are examples of such marks. Ab service mark is a mark used to denote a service rather than a product. The holder of such a mark uses it to distinguish its services from the others providing the same in the marketplace. A laboratory providing soil and leaf analysis may put a label on all results of analyses is carries out to distinguish it from other laboratories.
88 Ab trade name, also known as ab trading name or ab business name, is the name which an enterprise engaged in business trades under for commercial purposes, although its registered name used for contracts and other formal situations, maybe different. For example, Game Stores Limited is a trade name for Mass Discounters Limited. An agricultural enterprise growing sweet potato which is used in the production of a sweet potato drink maybe commonly known as “