China News Service, Fuzhou, March 8 (Chen Shuting) Fuzhou Customs disclosed on the 8th that on March 7, the Beijing Winter Olympics Organizing Committee, the owner of the rights, confirmed that the "Bingdundun" keychain seized by Fuzhou Customs in the postal exit channel violated Exclusive rights to the Olympic logo.
There are 21 batches of 100 keychains in this batch. This is the first time that Fuzhou Customs has seized the infringing "Bingdundun" items.
On February 28, the customs officer of the Rongcheng Customs Post Office, a subsidiary of Fuzhou Customs, was monitoring outbound mail, and based on risk analysis, he found an abnormal image of a package declared as "Panda Acrylic Keychain".
After unpacking and inspection, it was found that the keychain "Bingdundun", a licensed peripheral product of the Beijing Winter Olympics, was inside, which aroused the vigilance of the on-site customs officers.
Subsequently, another 20 pieces of outbound mail from the same sender were seized with the same type of keychain, a total of 100 pieces.
According to the on-site customs officer, the seized "Bingdundun" keychain has no specific identification information such as outer packaging, manufacturer, and Olympic authorization. Exclusive rights to the logo.
Since the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games, the licensed peripheral products represented by the mascot "Bing Dun Dun" have been loved by people from all walks of life at home and abroad, and the market has presented a situation of "hard to find a pier".
In this regard, Fuzhou Customs reminded that the General Administration of Customs has issued the "Customs Protection Record Catalogue for the Exclusive Rights of Olympic Symbols" in response to the application of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Winter Paralympics, the International Olympic Committee and the International Paralympic Committee. The import and export links will crack down on related infringing goods.
The majority of import and export enterprises and individuals should respect intellectual property rights, enhance their awareness of law-abiding, and do not import or export commodities that infringe the exclusive rights of the Olympic logo.