BnL Corp. in “WALL·E” (2008)

Title: BnL Corp., Buy n Large Corporation
Type: international conglomerate, worldwide leader in the fields of aerospace, agriculture, construction, consumer goods, corporate grooming, earth transport, electronics, energy, engineering, finance, food services, fusion research, government, hydro-power, infrastructures, inventions, media, medical science, mortgage loans, pet care, pharmaceuticals, psychotherapies, ports and harbors, real estate, repairs, retail, robotics, science/health, space, storage, super centers, super grids, travel services, utilities, and watermills
Slogan:Happiness is what we sell!

Movie:WALL·E” (2008) by Andrew Stanton
Logo Author: unknown / film crew
Typeface: unknown sans-serif

Main Logo

Aerospace

AXIOM

Other Stuff

Consumer Goods

Clothing

Other Stuff

Earth Transport

Electronics

Energy

Finance

Food Services

Infrastructures

Media

Ports and Harbors

Robotics

WALL·E

EVE

AUTO

WALL·R

Other Products

Retail

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