sema chinese counterfeiters busted

For years, there's been a buzz around the Specialty Equipment Manufacturer's Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas that offshore companies were reverse-engineering knockoff products and then displaying them with impunity at SEMA and at the nearby Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX). On Wednesday, eight companies had their booths shuttered and their inventory raided by Federal Marshals at those two shows, accused of multiple copyright and trademark violations.

The accusations stemmed from complaint from Omix-ADA, which is the world's largest independent producer of aftermarket accessories for Jeep vehicles, alleging that the companies were counterfeiting numerous Omix-ADA products, including bumpers and the company's popular Spartan Grille

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