Counterfeit Sportswear Destroyed in Montenegro
On November 13, 2015, the Montenegrin customs officials and PETOŠEVIĆ Montenegro representatives witnessed the destruction of 400 counterfeit sportswear items found to infringe the intellectual property rights of Paul Shark, Converse All Star and another leading sportswear brand.
Customs authorities seized the fake goods, mainly T-shirts, tracksuits, sneakers and shorts, in eleven separate instances in the time period 2012-2014. All goods were seized in the capital Podgorica and were intended for importers from Podgorica and the port town of Tivat.
The goods were destroyed following the simplified customs procedure with no objections from the importer. The destruction took place at the customs premises in Podgorica.
You can see the photos from the destruction in our gallery.
Prepared by: Jelena Radevic
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Source: Montenegro Customs; PETOŠEVIĆ
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