Fake Adidas Apparel Seized and Destroyed in Ukraine
The Ukrainian customs authorities have recently seized and destroyed more than one ton of counterfeit textile products bearing the mark of Adidas.
In May, the customs officials at the Sevastopol checkpoint, southern Ukraine, seized 2,100 textile products bearing the mark of Adidas. In June, the fake goods were burned in the furnace at one of the business premises in Sevastopol, in the presence of trademark representatives, Ukrainian customs officials and Sevastopol city authorities.
You can see the video footage of the destruction.
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Source: The Ukrainian Income and Tax Ministry’s website
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