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    Hello everyone,

    I'm working on an identity program for an upstart company specializing in global trade logistics (import/export, shipping, warehousing, assembly, etc.)

    For the logo, I'm looking at squarish typefaces for the word mark that will compliment and lock up with the graphic mark.

    Does anyone think that Eurostile may be a little dated? If not, I'd like to read your opinions. What alternatives can you suggest?

    Thanks in advance.

    Andrew

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    I don't necessarily think Eurostile is dated, but there are alternatives as well, if you're looking for something else. Try searching for Eurostile on myfonts.com, and then have it search for fonts like Eurostile, that should give you a pretty wide selection of choices.
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      I don't think Eurostile is dated, but it is used a lot (or at least I see it around a lot).

      See here and here for similar fonts.
      It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?" Winnie the Pooh

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