Serbian Customs Seize Fake Apparel, Shoes, Accessories, Perfume
May 4 2020 - 12:34
On April 22, 2020, Serbian customs officials seized around 500 sweatpants and 200 pairs of shorts believed to infringe the Nike® trademark, as well as nearly 3,000 iron-on transfer papers featuring numerous trademarks, including Nike®, Adidas®, Converse®, Puma®, Diesel®, Gucci®, Fila® and Levi’s®. Iron-on transfer papers are commonly used to apply various trademarks onto unmarked apparel.
The goods were discovered during the inspection of a car on a highway in southern Serbia.
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Source: Serbian Customs website
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