It is possible for a trademark to be registered for different goods or services by different owners. This is known as “co-existence” of trademarks. In general, as long as the goods or services covered by the two trademarks are not related or likely to cause confusion among consumers, co-existence of trademarks is permitted.
However, if the goods or services covered by the two trademarks are related or are likely to cause confusion among consumers, co-existence may not be permitted. In this case, one of the trademark owners may be required to abandon their trademark or to seek to have the other trademark cancelled.
If you have concerns about the co-existence of your trademark with another trademark that is registered for different goods or services, it is a good idea to seek the advice of a trademark attorney or other professional. They can help you to assess the potential impact of the other trademark and to determine the best course of action for protecting your rights.