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01 March 2011 :: 13:03:03 pm 50947

Fake Branded Clothes transportation company arrested

Police Region2 Intellectual Property infringement Suppression Center officer searched a transportation company; impounded evidence valued over 500,000 baht.
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Pattaya, 28th February 2011: At 12.30pm police Colonel Theeraphol Jindaluang (Chon Buri Deputy Commissioner) along with police Lieutenant Colonel Chaiyadit Pannamuensakun (Police Region2 Intellectual Property infringement Suppression Head Center) and the officer team had hold a searching warrant no.170/2554 issued on 27th February 2011 to inspect the Phornkit Transportation co. ltd. ,located at 275/70, Soi 14, Pattaya-Naklua Road, Moo5, Naklua, Banglamung. In order to investigate for transferring the intellectual property infringement goods for Pattaya fashion product dealers.

Under searching, the officials found 8 packs of products determined 8 names of receivers. By Opening the packages, they found several items of imitated brand name cloths such as Polo, Lacosse, Serf, etc. The items were also included the copied of Football-clubs’ cloths (Thai&international). Total products foundwere 1,500 pieces with 4,800 pieces of copied Dior plastic bags that approximatelyTotal valued at 500,000 baht.

Pol. Col. Jindaluang revealed that following the commander’s policy to suppress offending intellectual property infringement. Therefore the Police Region2 Intellectual Property infringement Suppression Center officer had been ordered to follow and investigate the Phornkit Transportation co. ltd. had been working on transportation of the intellectual property infringement goods from Klongtoey Port, Bangkok delivering to the dealers and retailers in Pattaya who have been selling mainly to the tourists

Initially, all evidence were impounded together. The police had invited Mr. Naruphan Sutthiphan (40) from Rayong, a company manager and hold him as a witness into interrogation in attempting to find the goods owners and also to continue searching for the factories


Fake Branded Clothes Sellers Caught

Intellectual Property Protection Laws are a set of regulations enabling individuals and companies to profit from the commercial production of their own research, invention, development and marketing. Asia has a history of copying successful foreign products and then selling them as if they were the original, usually bearing faked brand names and logos. The goods themselves are frequently recognisable by their inferior quality and the fact they are available at a fraction of the usual price.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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