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“拥有名牌的多少是一个国家经济实力的象征,名牌就是质量、就是效益、就是竞争力、就是生命力”。目前,国家正在大力实施品牌战略,要树立一批知名品牌,并为品牌企业提供必要的政策支持,初步改变我国“制造大国、品牌弱国”的面貌。国家发改委、商务部、国家工商总局、国家质检总局等国家七部委联合发文“工信部联科[2011]347号,关于加快我国工业企业品牌建设的指导意见”,提出“推动自主品牌建设,提升品牌价值和效应”,各省市商务、工商、质检等部门会同行业协会,要协调配合,打破地方保护,消除市场壁垒,拓宽品牌产品的销售渠道,加强企业品牌的保护和管理;鼓励行业协会规范并推广与品牌培育相关的咨询、推广服务,要发挥政策、资源和市场的导向作用,引导企业加强品牌建设,促进提升品牌市场竞争力和品牌价值。!
中国著名品牌、国际知名品牌、绿色环保首选品牌、全国工程建材首选品牌等品牌已在国家知识产权局申请注册专利,并报申请专用标识,受法律保护,是目前我国唯一一家将品牌建设发展事业法律程序化的权威机构。
品牌企业应抓住这品牌竞争战略机遇,走品牌高档化发展道路,树立品牌使之得到有效成长及发展,打造成为全国行业着名品牌发展的楷模。
一.公司荣誉证书申请条件
1.企业通过咨询本中心并提出申请。
2.申报企业将由我方提供的申请表逐项填写清楚并签章,连同下列申报材料复印件传真或寄至本中心:
(1).营业执照
(2).组织机构代码证
(3).注册商标证(企业LOGO)
(4).产品检验合格报告
(5).企业简介和产品说明书
二、申请公司荣誉证书时间流程
1.对申报企业进行资格审核,7-15个工作日审核通过后企业取得由“全国认证联盟、中国品牌认证协会”颁发的“中国著名品牌”相应荣誉,并在权威媒体给予公告宣传。

三.申请公司荣誉证书申请的好处
1、证书和牌匾一套,有效期二年(时间长)
2、争强产品在市场上的竞争力
3、提高公司的知名度
4、吸引经销商代理商的加盟
5、把牌匾复制给代理商挂在店面展示墙上吸引消费者取得他们的信赖
6、巩固代理商对公司的信心
7、增强品牌效应
8、增加投资者信心
9、激励公司员工
10、在公司参与竞标和招标活动中会得额外加分
11、参展企业必备,吸引客户,可印在画册上面。

四.申请中国著名品牌相关服务
1、为符合条件的单位颁发全国质量、服务、信誉AAA企业的荣誉证书和铜牌,并分别在中国质量报、人民日报市场报、中国商报上公告推介,给全国性的和当地有关新闻媒体发送新闻通稿,录入诚信企业获证数据库同时在中心官方网站做重点品牌风采展示。
2、开展品牌培育、产品推介工作,为符合条件的单位、品牌、产品、企业负责人推选相关荣誉,进行重点宣传、推荐,接受消
费者对参加质量保证企业的产品及其售后服务的意见,并支持受理质量投拆。
3、优先参加本中心举办的各类活动,如:科技交流、学术交流、专业培、研讨会、论坛会、博览会、产品推广、成果推广、评先表彰等。
4、协助企业申请申报专业产品、国家免检产品、中国驰名商标以及质量体系、环境标志等认证。
5、评定企业均列为本中心重点保护单位,在生产经营过程中遇有假冒侵权行为时,中心将视情况派员进行跟踪抽查,并协助有关部门为企业排忧解难,协调相关新闻媒体进行舆论援助,维护企业合法权益。

五.相关企业荣誉项目:
企业的基本荣誉证书系列:
1、企业品牌认证
《中国著名品牌》
《中国驰名品牌》
《国际知名品牌》
《中国3.15诚信品牌》
《全国消费者放心满意品牌》
《全国____十大著名品牌》
《中国____行业畅销品牌》
《中国____行业十大品牌》
《中国____行业驰名品牌》
《全国____行业十佳优质品牌》
《中国____行业特色加盟品牌》
《中国____行业最具影响力品牌》
《全国____行业十佳诚信连锁品牌》
《全国____行业市场用户首选品牌》
《全国创新领导先锋品牌》
《全国工程建设首选品牌》
《安全放心购物-用户首选品牌》
《全国产品质量公证十佳品牌》
《全国____行业十大名优品牌》
《中国自主创新最具影响力品牌》
《全国产品质量过硬-信誉保证放心品牌》

2、企业资质认证
《质量-服务-诚信AAA企业》
《中国诚信无投诉企业》
《中国3.15诚信企业》
《中国百强诚信企业》
《中国最具社会责任感企业》
《中国百佳改革创新示范企业》
《质量-信誉双保障示范单位》
《中国____行业30强》
《中国____行业先进企业》
《中国____行业信用AAA级单位》
《中国____行业最佳示范企业》
《____省创新,创优质量品牌双承诺单位》
《中国____行业最具影响力十大领先企业》
《中国____行业特色加盟连锁企业》
《全国____行业十佳诚信连锁企业》
《推动绿色低碳节能环保产业发展杰出贡献企业》

3、产品质量认证
《中国名优产品》
《中国低碳产品》
《绿色环保推广产品》
《质量信得过产品》
《全国行业十大品牌》
《工程建设推荐产品》
《中国节能环保产品》
《中国节能建材首选产品》
《中国____行业首选产品》
《全国____行业十佳名优产品》
《中国自主创新产品》
《中国3.15消费者可信赖产品》
《质量检验-国家标准合格产品》

4、食品餐饮认证
《中华名吃》
《中国名饼》
《中国名酒》
《历史老字号产品》
《中国特色餐饮名店》
《投资者最喜爱品牌》
《中国十大地方名吃》
《全国绿色餐饮名店》
《中国绿色健康食品》
《XX名店小吃/地标美食》
《十佳放心满意红榜产品》
《全国特色餐饮名店》
《中华餐饮名店》
《中华风味名吃》
《XX餐饮老字号》
《中华美食名店》
《国际知名食品》
《XX餐饮老字号》
《国特色餐饮名店》
《全国绿色餐饮名店》
《全国特色食品名店》
《中国食品行业十佳地方名吃》
《全国食品行业十大名优品牌》



中国著名品牌(快速提升品牌形象):
中国著名品牌的认定机构为中国品牌认证协,认证协会的主要任务是为企业创品牌,对国际品牌调研、品牌培育和品牌发展、推广、收集、建立优秀品牌企业数据库与呸品牌企业发展的培育推广。



质量.服务.诚信AAA企业(最具公信力的企业形象证明):
当您的企业产品质量过硬、信誉度可靠、服务一流时,想要让您的客户都知道,这需要靠什么呢?靠您去说给别人听吗?当然不是,这时,您的企业需要一份权威的证明......



质量信得过产品(产品生产竞争的通行证):
同样是对企业产品质量权威的证明,是企业参与市场竞争,寻找经销合作伙伴的通行证,尤其是新产品面市,更为迫切的需要一个有份量的证明......
质量放心,国际标准合格产品,对企业产品质量、信誉等诸多方面最有力的证明,是企业产品参与市场竞争的信心保证,同样是消费者选择购买产品的信心保证。

申报企业必须具备以下条件:
(一) 产品有注册商标,实物质量在同类产品中处于国内先进水平,并具有较高的品牌知名度;
(二) 企业具有先进可靠的生产技术条件和技术装备,有较强的技术创新和产品开发能力;
(三) 产品按照国内先进水平的标准组织生产,执行的标准依法登记备案;具有完善的售后服务体系,具有完善的计量检测体系和计量保证能力;
(四) 产品质量稳定,近两年来经质量监督检测均为合格产品,未出现重大质量事故;未因出口商品的质量问题被国外索赔;
(五) 产品在中国境内生产且不存在知识产权纠纷;

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我们是做管道生意的,公司在浙江。这还得感谢这些荣誉,我分别申报了名优产品,示范单位,畅销品牌等好几个名誉,去和经销商谈判的时候,拿着这些给他们一看,在一看产品,没想到没到30分钟就爽快的签约了。




企业申请荣誉资质的好处:
1.促进中小企业健康发展,培育、扶持、宣传一批对中小企业群体具有示范指导作用的品牌企业
2.中小企业品牌建设从品牌识别开始,品牌识别从企业荣誉开始,可增强消费者对品牌的记忆程度。
3.在中国现时市场环境下,企业完全可以通过对企业荣誉的获取,促进市场对品牌的认知,
4.企业荣誉对于中小企业品牌建设具有简单有效的可操性。
5.企业荣誉是产品和品牌形象的一个重要组成部分也是企业宣传策划的一种有效资源,能够使消费者在短时间内产生可信度,使其产生安全放心消费的心理,促成社会购买交易的成功。
6.尤其在企业推广资源有限的情况下,企业荣誉是中小企业品牌建设的有效途径 智能交通企业省级及以上企业荣誉资质,微动开关行业怎么办理荣誉证书哪里办理投标证书,纸箱公司荣誉证书有哪些,电吹风公司有哪些荣誉证书可以投标加分的,木质材料企业招投投标办理以下荣誉资质证书加分,蜡烛公司投标加分证书,装订用品行业怎么办理荣誉证书哪里办理投标证书。
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I'm tireder than I have ever been, he thought, and now the trade wind is rising.
But that will be good to take him in with. I need that badly.

"I'll rest on the next turn as he goes out," he said. "I feel much better. Then in two
or three turns more I will have him. "

His straw hat was far on the back of his head and he sank down into the bow with
the pull of the line as he felt the fish turn.

You work now, fish, he thought. I'll take you at the turn.

The sea had risen considerably. But it was a fair-weather breeze and he had to
have it to get home.

"I'll just steer south and west,." he said. "A man is never lost at sea and it is a long
island. "

It was on the third turn that he saw the fish first.

He saw him first as a dark shadow that took so long to pass under the boat that he
could not believe its length.

"No," he said. "He can't be that big. "

But he was that big and at the end of this circle he came to the surface only thirty
yards away and the man saw his tail out of water. It was higher than a big scythe
blade and a very pale lavender above the dark blue water. It raked back and as the fish
swam just below the surface the old man could see his huge bulk and the purple
stripes that banded him. His dorsal fin was down and his huge pectorals were spread
wide.

On this circle the old man could see the fish's eye and the two gray sucking fish
that swam around him. Sometimes they attached themselves to him. Sometimes they
darted off. Sometimes they would swim easily in his shadow. They were each over
three feet long and when they swam fast they lashed their whole bodies like eels.

The old man was sweating now but from something else besides the sun. On each
calm placid turn the fish made he was gaining line and he was sure that in two turns
more he would have a chance to get the harpoon in.

But I must get him close, close, close, he thought. I mustn't try for the head. I


must get the heart.

"Be calm and strong, old man," he said.

On the next circle the fish's back was out but he was a little too far from the boat.
On the next circle he was still too far away but he was higher out of water and the old
man was sure that by gaining some more line he could have him alongside.

He had rigged his harpoon long before and its coil of light rope was in a round
basket and the end was made fast to the bitt in the bow.

The fish was coming in on his circle now calm and beautiful looking and only his
great tail moving. The old man pulled on him all that he could to bring him closer. For
just a moment the fish turned a little on his side. Then he straightened himself and
began another circle.

"I moved him," the old man said. "I moved him then. "

He felt faint again now but he held on the great fish all the strain that he could. I
moved him, he thought. Maybe this time I can get him over. Pull, hands, he thought.
Hold up, legs. Last for me, head. Last for me. You never went. This time I'll pull him
over.

But when he put all of his effort on, starting it well out before the fish came
alongside and pulling with all his strength, the fish pulled part way over and then
righted himself and swam away.

"Fish," the old man said. "Fish, you are going to have to die anyway. Do you
have to kill me too?"

That way nothing is accomplished, he thought. His mouth was too dry to speak
but he could not reach for the water now. I must get him alongside this time, he
thought. I am not good for many more turns. Yes you are, he told himself. You're
good for ever.

On the next turn, he nearly had him. But again the fish righted himself and swam
slowly away.

You are killing me fish, the old man thought. But you have a right to. Never have
I seen a greater, or more beautiful, or a calmer or more noble thing than you, brother.
Come on and kill me. I do not care who kills who.

Now you are getting confused in the head, he thought. You must keep your head
clear. Keep your head clear and know how to suffer like a man. Or a fish, he thought.

"Clear up, head," he said in a voice he could hardly hear. "Clear up. "

Twice more it was the same on the turns.

I do not know, the old man thought. He had been on the point of feeling himself
go each time. I do not know. But I will try it once more.

He tried it once more and he felt himself going when he turned the fish. The fish
righted himself and swam off again slowly with the great tail weaving in the air.

I'll try it again, the old man promised, although his hands were mushy now and he
could only see well in flashes.

He tried it again and it was the same. So, he thought, and he felt himself going
before he started; I will try it once again.

He took all his pain and what was left of his strength and his long gone pride and
he put it against the fish's agony and the fish came over onto his side and swam gently


on his side, his bill almost touching the planking of the skiff and started to pass the
boat, long, deep, wide, silver and barred with purple and interminable in the water.

The old man dropped the line and put his foot on it and lifted the harpoon as high
as he could and drove it down with all his strength, and more strength he had just
summoned, into the fish's side just behind the great chest fin that rose high in the air
to the altitude of the man's chest. He felt the iron go in and he leaned on it and drove it
further and then pushed all his weight after it.

Then the fish came alive, with his death in him, and rose high out of the water
showing all his great length and width and all his power and his beauty. He seemed to
hang in the air above the old man in the skiff. Then he fell into the water with a crash
that sent spray over the old man and over all of the skiff.

The old man felt faint and sick and he could not see well. But he cleared the
harpoon line and let it run slowly through his raw hands and, when he could see, he
saw the fish was on his back with his silver belly up. The shaft of the harpoon was
projecting at an angle from the fish's shoulder and the sea was discoloring with the red
of the blood from his heart. First it was dark as a shoal in the blue water that was more
than a mile deep. Then it spread like a cloud. The fish was silver and still and floated
with the waves.

The old man looked carefully in the glimpse of vision that he had. Then he took
two turns of the harpoon line around the bitt in the bow and laid his head on his
hands.

"Keep my head clear," he said against the wood of the bow. "I am a tired old man.
But I have killed this fish which is my brother and now I must do the slave work. "

Now I must prepare the nooses and the rope to lash him alongside, he thought.
Even if we were two and swamped her to load him and bailed her out, this skiff would
never hold him. I must prepare everything, then bring him in and lash him well and
step the mast and set sail for home.

He started to pull the fish in to have him alongside so that he could pass a line
through his gills and out his mouth and make his head fast alongside the bow. I want
to see him, he thought, and to touch and to feel him. He is my fortune, he thought. But
that is not why I wish to feel him. I think I felt his heart, he thought. When I pushed
on the harpoon shaft the second time. Bring him in now and make him fast and get the
noose around his tail and another around his middle to bind him to the skiff.

"Get to work, old man," he said. He took a very small drink of the water. "There
is very much slave work to be done now that the fight is over. "

He looked up at the sky and then out to his fish. He looked at the sun carefully.
It is not much more than noon, he thought. And the trade wind is rising. The lines all
mean nothing now. The boy and I will splice them when we are home.

"Come on, fish," he said. But the fish did not come. Instead he lay there
wallowing now in the seas and the old man pulled the skiff up onto him.

When he was even with him and had the fish's head against the bow he could not
believe his size. But he untied the harpoon rope from the bitt, passed it through the
fish's gills and out his jaws, made a turn around his sword then passed the rope
through the other gill, made another turn around the bill and knotted the double


rope and made it fast to the bitt in the bow. He cut the rope then and went astern to
noose the tail. The fish had turned silver from his original purple and silver, and
the stripes showed the same pale violet color as his tail. They were wider than a
man's hand with his fingers spread and the fish's eye looked as detached as the
mirrors in a periscope or as a saint in a procession.

"It was the only way to kill him," the old man said. He was feeling better since
the water and he knew he would not go away and his head was clear. He's over
fifteen hundred pounds the way he is, he thought. Maybe much more. If he dresses
out two-thirds of that at thirty cents a pound?

"I need a pencil for that," he said. "My head is not that clear. But I think the
great DiMaggio would be proud of me today. I had no bone spurs. But the hands
and the back hurt truly. " I wonder what a bone spur is, he thought. Maybe we
have them without knowing of it.

He made the fish fast to bow and stern and to the middle thwart. He was so
big it was like lashing a much bigger skiff alongside. He cut a piece of line and
tied the fish's lower jaw against his bill so his mouth would not open and they
would sail as cleanly as possible. Then he stepped the mast and, with the stick that
was his gaff and with his boom rigged, the patched sail drew, the boat began to
move, and half lying in the stern he sailed southwest.(boom: a long spar run out to extend the
foot of a sail.)

He did not need a compass to tell him where southwest was. He only needed
the feel of the trade wind and the drawing of the sail. I better put a small line out
with a spoon on it and try and get something to eat and drink for the moisture. But
he could not find a spoon and his sardines were rotten. So he hooked a patch of
yellow gulf weed with the gaff as they passed and shook it so that the small
shrimps that were in it fell onto the planking of the skiff. There were more than a
dozen of them and they jumped and kicked like sand fleas. The old man pinched
their heads off with his thumb and forefinger and ate them chewing up the shells
and the tails. They were very tiny but he knew they were nourishing and they
tasted good.

The old man still had two drinks of water in the bottle and he used half of one
after he had eaten the shrimps. The skiff was sailing well considering the
handicaps and he steered with the tiller under his arm. He could see the fish and he
had only to look at his hands and feel his back against the stern to know that this had
truly happened and was not a dream. At one time when he was feeling so badly
toward the end, he had thought perhaps it was a dream. Then when he had seen the
fish come out of the water and hang motionless in the sky before he fell, he was sure
there was some great strangeness and he could not believe it. Then he could not see
well, although now he saw as well as ever.(tiller: a bar or lever attached to the head of the rudder, to
turn the rudder in steering.)

Now he knew there was the fish and his hands and back were no dream. The
hands cure quickly, he thought. I bled them clean and the salt water will heal them.
The dark water of the true gulf is the greatest healer that there is. All I must do is keep
the head clear. The hands have done their work and we sail well. With his mouth shut


and his tail straight up and down we sail like brothers. Then his head started to
become a little unclear and he thought, is he bringing me in or am I bringing him in?
If I were towing him behind there would be no question. Nor if the fish were in the
skiff, with all dignity gone, there would be no question either. But they were sailing
together lashed side by side and the old man thought, let him bring me in if it pleases
him. I am only better than him through trickery and he meant me no harm.(The old man’s
questioning of himself occurs in the paragraph beginning “Now he knew…”)
They sailed well and the old man soaked his hands in the salt water and tried to
keep his head clear. There were high cumulus clouds and enough cirrus above them
so that the old man knew the breeze would last all night. The old man looked at the
fish constantly to make sure it was true. It was an hour before the first shark hit him.

The shark was not an accident. He had come up from deep down in the water as
the dark cloud of blood had settled and dispersed in the mile deep sea. He had come
up so fast and absolutely without caution that he broke the surface of the blue water
and was in the sun. Then he fell back into the sea and picked up the scent and started
swimming on the course the skiff and the fish had taken.

Sometimes he lost the scent. But he would pick it up again, or have just a trace of
it and he swam fast and hard on the course. He was a very big Mako shark built to
swim as fast as the fastest fish in the sea and everything about him was beautiful
except his jaws. His back was as blue as a sword fish's and his belly was silver and his
hide was smooth and handsome. He was built as a sword fish except for his huge jaws
which were tight shut now as he swam fast, just under the surface with his high dorsal
fin knifing through the water without wavering. Inside the closed double lip of his
jaws all of his eight rows of teeth were slanted inwards. They were not the ordinary
pyramid-shaped teeth of most sharks. They were shaped like a man's fingers when
they are crisped like claws. They were nearly as long as the fingers of the old man and
they had razor-sharp cutting edges on both sides. This was a fish built to feed on all
the fishes in the sea, that were so fast and strong and well armed that they had no
other enemy. Now he speeded up as he smelled the fresher scent and his blue dorsal
fin cut the water.

When the old man saw him coming he knew that this was a shark that had no fear
at all and would do exactly what he wished. He prepared the harpoon and made the
rope fast while he watched the shark come on. The rope was short as it lacked what he
had cut away to lash the fish.

The old man's head was clear and good now and he was full of resolution but he
had little hope. It was too good to last, he thought. He took one look at the great fish
as he watched the shark close in. It might as well have been a dream, he thought. I
cannot keep him from hitting me but maybe I can get him. Dentuso, he thought. Bad
luck to your mother.(Dentuso: a term that the old man applies to the Mako shark, referring perhaps to she
sharp teeth.)

The shark closed fast astern and when he hit the fish the old man saw his mouth
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