China News Service, Guangzhou, December 29th (Tang Guijiang, Chen Lin, Lin Weifan) The reporter learned from the Guangdong Branch of the General Administration of Customs on the 29th that from December 1st to December 14th, the Guangdong Branch took the lead in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Gongbei, Shantou, Seven customs directly under Huangpu, Jiangmen, and Zhanjiang, together with Hong Kong and Macao customs, launched the third annual joint law enforcement action for customs protection of intellectual property rights, focusing on postal express delivery and cross-border e-commerce channels.
Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Customs will carry out three joint law enforcement actions for intellectual property rights protection in 2022. Among them, the Guangdong Customs seized a total of 2,907 batches of infringing goods and articles, with a quantity of more than 2.01 million pieces. The types of goods are mainly clothing, watches, electronic products, and footwear. , Bags, etc.
It is understood that during the special operation period, the customs in Guangdong Province continued to strengthen the supervision of infringing goods exported to North America, Europe, South America, Africa, and countries and regions along the “Belt and Road” in the freight channel.
Strengthen the crackdown on "breaking the whole into parts" and "ant moving" infringements in the delivery channel, focusing on monitoring food, medicines, and cigarettes exported to North America, Europe, Japan and other countries and regions, as well as transshipped through Hong Kong, Macau and other regions of China , watches, clothing, shoes and hats, bags, toys, consumer electronics, personal care products and other high-risk infringing goods, strengthen coordination and cooperation with local regulatory authorities, explore joint law enforcement, strengthen the protection of the entire chain, and continue to cultivate the advantages of export intellectual property rights Enterprises, escorting Chinese brands "going global".
Man Kam To Customs seized 330 sets of infringing old mobile phones exported through market procurement.
During the third joint law enforcement action, a company in Dongguan declared a batch of export goods through market procurement.
Wen Kam To Customs, a subsidiary of Shenzhen Customs, found after inspection that the actual export goods were 206 old Huawei mobile phones, 50 old Huawei Honor mobile phones, and 74 old Honor brand mobile phones. The initial estimated value of the case was 264,000 yuan. , Honor Terminal Co., Ltd. has the exclusive right to use the "HUAWEI and picture" and "honor" trademarks filed in the General Administration of Customs.
The obligee submitted a written application for intellectual property protection to the customs within the statutory time limit, confirming that the above-mentioned goods exported by the party infringed the relevant intellectual property rights filed with the General Administration of Customs, and requested the customs to detain and investigate the infringing goods according to law.
Currently, the case is under further processing.
Customs at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport seized suspected infringing integrated circuits.
Customs officers at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport opened the box and inspected a batch of goods declared for export named "Integrated Circuits" according to the risk control instructions, and found that the label of the batch of goods was printed with the "Panasonic" logo. , it was found that the company was not in the list of legal users of relevant rights holders, and there was a suspicion of export infringement.
Customs officers immediately took customs intellectual property protection measures and contacted the trademark owner to confirm the rights.
Later, it was confirmed by the intellectual property rights owner that the batch of integrated circuits was 10,000 pieces in total that infringed its trademark exclusive right.