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This looks like "DANUBE FONT"! It is one kind of modifying an existing typeface to create a unique logo! https://www.ffonts.net/Danube.font?text=OraIO
Check the last 2 letters. Same as the "Danube" I hope, you read ...
The former is the Monotype variant of Impact. You probably have a slightly different variant on your Computer already. Notice for example the top right curve of the Monotype Impact B, which appears slightly rounder than the Adobe one above.
The kerning also appears to have been adjusted.
An interesting tidbit, Monotype did originally buy the rights to ...
That's Cinzel Decorative font by Natanael Gama. Typed in all upper case at a weight of about 700 at a size of about 82px but from the looks of it, the Kerning on the P and I has been reduced by the designer so they almost touch.
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Topline is Suisse International Bold (almost identical to Helvetica), but the designer cut the left bar off the 't' to reduce whitespace. That's a common way to modify a font into a logo.
The bottom is Eurostile Extended, the & sign is very distinctive.
I finally found a font that looks close enough. It's not exactly the same, as it's pretty recent (2008):
Ironstrike Extra Bold Italic:
It's not an exact match, as it misses some "roundess", the S bar is not slanted enough, the 7 misses the bar, and the 3 have an extra feature, but that's already a good starting point!