Fake Skullcandy Earphones and Pepsi Radios Destroyed in Slovenia
On November 14, the representatives of the PETOŠEVIĆ office in Ljubljana organized the destruction of 3,600 counterfeit Skullcandy earphones and 500 counterfeit Pepsi radios.
The goods were destroyed under customs supervision following the simplified customs procedure. The earphones and radios were destroyed in a grinding machine and the leftovers were transported to a local waste yard.
The goods originated in China and were in transit through Slovenia, bound for the Slovak Republic.
This was the fifth major consignment of Skullcandy counterfeits stopped by the Slovenian customs authorities at the Port of Koper since June 2012. In total, 11,000 pieces or 1,114 kg of various types of Skullcandy earphones have been seized and destroyed by the Slovenian Customs since last year.
The photos of the destruction are in our gallery.
By: Andrej Bukovnik
For more information, please contact Andrej Bukovnik at our Slovenia office.
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