The customs seized a large number of counterfeit ADI components with a value of nearly 7.5 million yuan

The General Administration of Customs announced on January 5 that on December 26 last year, a Wuxi Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. declared to the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Customs affiliated to Gongbei Customs for the export of a batch of integrated circuits and other goods.

When the on-site customs officers unpacked and inspected, they found that the batch of integrated circuits had the “ANALOG DEVICES” logo, a total of 17,500 pieces, and the value of the goods was 7,461,200 yuan. The owner could not provide a legal authorization certificate. The on-site inspection customs officer initially determined that the batch of goods was suspected of major infringement, and then started the customs protection procedure for intellectual property rights and contacted the right holder to confirm the right.

On December 30 last year, the right holder confirmed in writing that the batch of goods was suspected of infringing the exclusive right to use the “ANALOG DEVICES” trademark registered with the General Administration of Customs. At present, the customs have detained the goods involved in the case for further investigation and handling.

“ANALOG DEVICES” is well-known in the industry as ADI (Analog semiconductor Technology Co., Ltd.), an industry-recognized global leader in data conversion and signal processing technologies, with more than 100,000 customers around the world, covering Manufacturers of all types of electronic equipment. As a manufacturer of high-performance analog integrated circuits (ICs) for over 40 years, ADI’s products are used in analog and digital signal processing.

It is reported that in 2020, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Customs investigated and handled 17 cases of suspected intellectual property infringement.

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