The European Authorized Economic Operator Status (AEO F) is the certificate issued by the Customs Authority to an EU member state on the basis of requirements and conditions established by the European Commission. Butterfly Transport has obtained the European Status of Authorized Economic Operator/customs simplifications and security (AEOF) valid from 08/08/2021. The Company, in addition to having proven compliance with customs obligations, compliance with the criteria established for the accounting system and financial solvency, has demonstrated compliance with adequate safety standards.
The AEOF status allows Butterfly Transport and therefore its Customers to take advantage of advantages and facilitations in customs operations and the reduction of the amount of data to be provided for the summary declaration. The community certification program applies to manufacturers, exporters, shippers/shipping companies, warehousekeepers, customs agents, carriers, importers who, in the course of their commercial activities, take part in activities governed by customs regulations and are deemed reliable and secure in the supply chain.
Butterfly Transport is an Authorized Economic Agent with the number IT AEOF 21 1829.

AUDITA is an Auditing and Accounting Organization company founded in 2011 on the initiative of six professionals in the sector who operates throughout the national territory.
AUDITA members are oriented towards a profound respect for the values of professional ethics. Confidentiality and loyalty to the client, constant availability, commitment and professionalism, guaranteed by continuous training, represent the spirit of our profession.

Transported Asset Protection Association is the association for the protection of goods intended for transport. It represents a one-of-a-kind forum bringing together global manufacturers, logistics service providers, express couriers, police and security forces, public bodies and other stakeholders. The common goal is to reduce losses in international supply chains.
Companies that need to transport high-value goods to certified warehouses or distribution centers require compliance with these logistics security standards. TAPA standards are generally required for the transportation of pharmaceuticals, tobacco and derivatives, hi-tech products, luxury clothing and many other high-value goods. As mentioned, the association for the protection of goods intended for transport brings together global manufacturers and logistics service providers. It aims to reduce theft in the supply chain. Today TAPA standards cover the entire goods management chain at 360 degrees.

On 30 June 2020, Assologistica – LOGISTICA ARTE was born, a new grouping made up of companies which (having the requirements required by the Assologistica Statute) provide the service of logistics, warehousing, shipping, handling, transport and services and services connected to them, for the management of art assets, exhibitions, cultural events also linked to design, events, both in Italy and abroad.
LOGISTICA ARTE aims to examine in particular the study and resolution of specific problems in the category and to assist participating companies in everything that may relate to their specific sector activity.

Quality certifications are voluntary procedures through which independent third-party certification bodies declare that a specific product, process, service or management system complies with a specific standard or other regulatory document.
Voluntary quality certifications are therefore paths that come alongside the mandatory requirements and that companies decide to undertake, to provide additional guarantees to their customers on the reliability and quality of the products they make.
In recent years, the reasons that have pushed companies to undertake a certification process have been many and have evolved over time.
Butterfly Transport has obtained the ISO 9001/ UNI EN ISO 9002:2015 quality certification for the Design and Provision of National and International Transport and Shipping Services of Works of Art, sector EA:31, certificate number IT17/0449, Certifying Body SGS.

The regulated agent is an air carrier, agent, freight forwarder or any other entity that ensures that security checks are carried out on goods or mail. The status of regulated agent is formally attributed by entering the name of the subject in the “EU” Database and by issuing a specific alphanumeric code. The status of regulated agent registered in this database is valid for all Member States of the European Union.
The regulated agent is approved by ENAC. the ENAC Airport Directorate, where the application was submitted, has carried out all the necessary checks to verify the applicant’s compliance with the requirements of Regulations 300/2008 and 2015/1998, as well as with what is prescribed by the PNS, if the outcome is positive, issues the approval measure by transmitting it to the ENAC Central Airport Economy and Supervision Directorate, which, by the following working day, registers the Agent’s contact details in the “EU database of regulated agents and known consignors” and assign to each recognized site a unique alphanumeric identification code in the standard format.
This special certification allows goods shipped by air not to undergo visits or screening at the airport, thus maintaining intact the packaging requirements and any waiting times for introduction into the protected area.
ButterflyTransport has been a Regulated Agent since 13/05/2021 with number IT/RA/00237-01.

Butterfly Transport offers its customers a virtual courier service. Born during the lock down caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this service has now become a necessary tool in those situations where moving people becomes difficult. The tool allows a specialized remote connection with different functionalities. Articheck virtual courier is the world’s first software system designed to record the condition before, during, and after a movement. Innovating with Virtual Courier is intuitive and convenient, with photo and video capabilities, advanced security protocols, and instant collaboration tools accessible from anywhere in the world.

The enormous development achieved by air transport has led to the expansion of the entire series of services that are ancillary to it. In the cargo sector, a large number of these services are now provided by freight forwarders and so-called cargo agents, who have thus assumed an increasingly important role in aeronautical commercial practice in recent years. This internationally uniform practice has shaped their figures in a peculiar way, clearly differentiating them from their counterparts in the land and maritime fields. The most qualified air carriers and freight forwarders act exclusively through the IATA (International Air Transport Association) which is responsible for stipulating an “agency” contract on internationally uniform conditions with freight forwarders or freight operators who meet certain requirements. The procedure begins with the request that the cargo operator, who believes he can satisfy the rigid technical specifications required, addresses to IATA. A special committee, made up of the carriers, first assessed the existence of the technical requirements declared by Butterfly Transport. Since this evaluation was positive, a discretionary evaluation was therefore carried out, which is generally based on the technical opportunity of using a new agent given the market conditions. This evaluation was also positive and Butterfly Transport was registered in the list of IATA Cargo Agencies.
Butterfly Transport has been an IATA Agent since 11/13/2020 with number 38471390005.

The ISO 45001 standard is an international standard that specifies the requirements for the implementation of a Management System for Health and Safety in the workplace. The standard follows the HLS (High Level Structure) approach, already applied to other ISO System standards, such as ISO 9001 (Quality) and ISO 14001 (Environment). Furthermore, in the development of the standard, the content of: other international standards (such as OHSAS 18001 or the “ILO-OSH Guidelines” drawn up by the International Labor Organization), various national standards, norms and conventions currently in force.

ISO 14001 is an international standard that provides guidelines and requirements for an effective environmental management system within an organization. This standard was developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to help companies identify, manage, monitor and improve their impact on the environment.
The core of the ISO 14001 standard is based on the concept of continuous improvement. Organizations implementing this standard must establish and maintain procedures to identify environmental aspects of their activities, products and services, as well as assess associated risks and define environmental goals and objectives.