Shenzhen Police destroyed a false network card factory
Shenzhen Police successfully traced down and destroyed a large manufacturer of false ZTE network cards and wireless Modems, seized false products of several million yuan and impounded eight company management and suspects.
With support of public security units of different levels, ZTE Communication ferreted out totally 8 counterfeiting cases in first half year, retrieving potential losses of over 20 million Yuan for the company. Meanwhile, ZTE’s international anti-counterfeiting campaign also has news of victory. Through three years’ appeal, ZTE has won the patent infringement case in which a Portuguese company applied to register the EU ZTE patent.
There are more and more counterfeited products of ZTE appearing on market. In the counterfeit case that ZTE Communication has investigated, the products covered network cards, wireless Modem, batteries and so on. And the districts involved in the case include Shenzhen, Zhongshan, Nanchang, Zhengzhou, Liaoning, etc. Some counterfeit products are even sold abroad. The suspects told the police that using ZTE’s patent could obviously promote the sales volume.
Relevant person from ZTE Communication said, the patent infringement event in European Union indicates that the company’s self-independent brand has formed high fame popularity in Europe’s high end market and it also provides higher requirement for the company’s global intellectual property maintenance. The company’s global anti-counterfeiting campaign is not only the requirement to protect ZTE’s intellectual property and brand image, but also will deter the counterfeiters, maintain normal market order and finally protect the interests of the consumers who have great passion for the ZTE brand.
Shenzhen Post Elaine Contributes to the Story.
Possibly Related Posts:
- Shenzhen to punish drivers failing to yield to ambulances
- Shenzhen won Innovation Award
- Community Official accused of power abuse
- 460 thousand volunteers registered in Shenzhen
- Hit-and-run driver surrendered to police