Not necessarily. Trademark infringement only occurs when there is a likelihood of confusion.
Reference to a trademark isn’t infringement. For example, you might need to refer to a trademark when describing a good or service. The doctrine of “nominative fair use” permits this kind of use, so long as the trademark isn’t used more than is necessary.
We cannot advise you on whether or not your proposed use might be considered infringing or non-infringing, as each case is different and will depend upon a number of factors. If you have doubts, the best practice is either to obtain the trademark holder’s written permission or to not use the trademark material at all.