U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has concluded its Enforce and Protect Act (EAPA) investigation into Sun Bright International Corp. and Fair Importing Corp. CBP’s investigation, which began in February 2018, determined that the Chinese companies evaded antidumping (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) by importing aluminum extrusions into the U.S. from China by transshipment through Malaysia. In a notice to Alan Price of the Aluminum Extrusions Fair Trade Committee (AEFTC), Sun Bright International Corp. chairman of the board Ping Lam and Fair Importing Corp. owner Jenny Hue Ho, CBP says it has substantial evidence that the companies did not declare that the merchandise was subject to AD/CVD orders and made no payments on the extrusions. Sun Bright produces aluminum profiles for curtainwalls, doors, windows and other uses. The AEFTC submitted allegations against the two Chinese companies claiming that they evaded the duties by transshipment through Malaysia. The AEFTC provided an email exchange between a Chinese freight forwarder and a foreign investor as evidence. “[Qingdao ZHV International Logistics Co.] (ZHV) stated in the email exchange that it ships products from F...