The Department of Economic Development - Ajman (DED-Ajman) introduced the seizure of two warehouses in Al-Jaraf industrial area, taking greater than 60,000 fake products of widely known brand names, worth AED 6,220,000 million. The relocation drops within the framework of an assessment project carried out by the assessors of the Department of Combating Commercial Fraud, in line with the efforts to protect the markets and also battle commercial fraudulence, thus making certain the highest levels of security of consumer rights. All required lawsuits were taken, and fines have been enforced against violators, following the confiscation of imitation products, that included shoes, perfumes, garments, bags as well as leather products.
Majed Al Suwaidi, Supervisor of Control and also Consumer Security Department at DED-Ajman, said: "The seizure of counterfeit goods was available in action to a grievance citing the blood circulation of non-genuine duplicates of global brand names in the Al-Jaraf enterprise zone, where we have confiscated the stockrooms, in order to ensure the defense of client rights, which stays a top concern for us. The success of the evaluation campaign is an outcome of our fruitful cooperation with Ajman Cops, which comes within the structure of our constant efforts to remain united against unfavorable techniques as well as take lawful procedures against lawbreakers to guarantee a risk-free financial investment environment and improve Ajman's management in the local and also international economic landscape."
“We look forward to continuing our efforts aimed at ensuring customers’ security and rights of companies and international brands, through inspection or awareness campaigns, which serve our aspirations to ensure the highest levels of consumer safety and to maintain the attractiveness of the emirate as an ideal investment destination,” he added.