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BOC destroys P3B in fake beauty products

BOC destroys P3B in fake beauty products

Sep. 21 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has destroyed about P3 billion worth of bogus beauty and personal care goods seized earlier this year in Tondo, Manila. The seized fake goods, which included lotions, perfumes, shampoos, makeup products, and a labeling...

Manila raid yields P2B worth of imitation products

Manila raid yields P2B worth of imitation products

Oct. 15 | Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña (right), who led the inspection of the units on October 12, said the operation was conducted based on reports from brand owner Unilever of the unauthorized distribution of the fake products. Photo courtesy of the Bureau...

Customs nabs P200M worth of fake clothing brands in Pasay raids

Customs nabs P200M worth of fake clothing brands in Pasay raids

Mar. 3 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has confiscated counterfeit apparel and other products with an estimated value of P200 million in simultaneous raids staged in some buildings located along Cuneta Avenue, Pasay City. Customs commissioner Nicanor...

P20M worth of fake iPhone units intercepted at Manila port

P20M worth of fake iPhone units intercepted at Manila port

Feb. 7 | Some of the counterfeit phones seized by Bureau of Customs officials at the Manila port. Photo from BOC Twitter account. A shipment with P20 million worth of counterfeit iPhones and dry goods was recently uncovered at the Manila International Container...

Manila raid yields fake watches worth P1.5B

Manila raid yields fake watches worth P1.5B

May. 6 | A total of 150,000 counterfeit designer watches were seized at a warehouse in Tondo, Manila by joint operatives of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) and National Bureau Investigation (NBI), in coordination with the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines...

BOC to destroy P9.3B fake merchandise under IPR campaign

BOC to destroy P9.3B fake merchandise under IPR campaign

Apr. 8 | In the next three months, some P9.3 billion worth of counterfeit goods will be destroyed as part of the Philippine government’s drive to enforce intellectual property rights (IPR). The program began on April 6, when the first batch of items condemned...