This font is even more tightly formed than the Helvetica Extra Compressed. It is widely used in signage due to its neutral characteristic and also because its compressed design helps to save space. However, you should ascertain that the size of the font is large enough, otherwise it will be difficult to read from a distance. There are many variations of the original Helvetica font which was originally designed for European languages of Latin origin. However, now the Helvetica font and its variations like the Helvetica Ultra Compressed are being used in languages all over the world, including Hindi, Japanese and Chinese.