Ashleigh Fyman

Ashleigh Fyman
Ashleigh is a U.S. Trade Advisory Consultant with over seven years of industry experience. In her current role, Ashleigh supports Tradewin’s audit services, leads prior disclosure and post-entry projects, and advises U.S. importers on proper country of origin marking, and anti-dumping and countervailing determinations for imported products. Prior to her current role, Ashleigh was promoted to Tradewin’s Manager of Classification Services after working as a Classification Consultant for five years. Ashleigh is detail-oriented with exceptional organizational skills and a passion for research. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management and has been a Licensed Customs Broker since 2015.
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Why is Classification in the Aerospace Industry so Difficult?

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What if I told you classifying an airplane was like classifying the parts of the human body. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be an anatomist to be able to classify an airplane, but the intricacies do draw some parallels. The human body is made up of organs, tissue, muscles, bones, tendons, etc., whereas an airplane is made up of panels, motors, computers, seats, bolts and screws, and thousands of other parts.

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Topics: Classification, Tradewin