Camden National Bank is embracing a new logo to coincide with its upcoming merger with The Bank of Maine, the company said Thursday.

The new logo incorporates Camden National’s signature anchor symbol while creating “a new, modern look and feel that reflects the company’s growth and positions it for the future,” the bank said in a news release. The merger is scheduled to be completed Oct. 16.

Camden National said it began rolling out the new logo Thursday inside branches and on its website. Over the next several months, it will replace exterior signage throughout the franchise. Payment cards with the new logo will be provided to customers automatically when their current cards expire, and checks will reflect the new brand on all reorders after October, the bank said.

The merger between Camden National and Bank of Maine will create the state’s largest Maine-based community bank. The combined bank will have about $3.6 billion in assets and 64 branches in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. It will remain based in Camden with a strong presence in Portland, it said.