Viglienzone Adriatica has been recognized as AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) which certifies its reliability as operator towards customs authorities and whose benefits include an easier access to authorizations, simplifications and a reduced level of customs controls.
Viglienzone Adriatica has been accredited as third party inspection company by:
Since 01.03.2005 the Controls Department has been recognized by ACCREDIA (Certificate of Accreditation n.031E) as company accredited for inspections of type “A” i.e. of agricultural, food products and their derivates and of vehicles, machinery, equipment including commodity aids, in compliance with UNI CEI EN ISO/IEC 17020 standard and with the related ILAC-P15:07/2016 guide “Application of ISO/IEC 17020:2012 for the Accreditation of Inspection Bodies".
The procedure followed by Viglienzone Adriatica for the treatment of complaints and claims is reported in the RG00.
Viglienzone Adriatica has also been recognized by the Customs and Monopolies Agency as company specialized in control and monitoring on an international level according to the Reg. (CE) n.612/2009 and in compliance with some sections of the UNI CEI EN ISO/IEC 17065 standard.
Furthermore, as rail logistics operator, Viglienzone has been GMP+FSA certified.
In 1987 Viglienzone Adriatica was recognized by the European Union as “Official Monitor” of humanitarian aids in favor of developing countries and on behalf of non-governmental organizations such as WFP (World Food Programme), UNRWA (UN Relief and Works Agency), UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) and C.I.C.R. (International Red Cross).
Viglienzone Adriatica is a member of:
IFIA/TIC Council (the Testing, Inspection and Certification Industry)
FOSFA (the Federation of Oils & Fats Associations)
GAFTA (the Grain & Feed Association)
SAL (the Sugar Association London)
and is registered with:
A.G.E.R (Associazione Granaria Emiliano Romagnola)
C.A.C.C.S.G. (Associazione Commercio Cereali e Semi di Genova)
Associazione Granaria (Milano)