Border Force officers at the Port of Felixstowe have seized fake goods worth more than £2 million in the run up to Christmas.
A haul of counterfeit perfume, shoes, clothing and mobile phone accessories have all been recovered.
The international trade in fake goods is estimated to cost the UK economy around £1.3 billion a year.
The proceeds are also often used to fund serious organised crime.
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