Bulgarian Customs Seize Lacoste, Wrangler, Adidas Counterfeits
During their recent inspection at the Lesovo border crossing point in southeastern Bulgaria, the customs officials seized over 6,000 counterfeit clothing items bearing the labels of world-famous brands.
The officials seized 5,360 sweaters with the mark of Lacoste, 540 hooded sweatshirts and athletic shirts bearing the mark Adidas and 120 trousers bearing the mark Wrangler.
The items were found in a truck with a Turkish license plate traveling from Turkey to Ukraine.
For more information, please contact Preslav Penev at our Bulgaria office.
Source: The Customs – the Bulgarian Customs Agency’s electronic newspaper
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