CE marking indicates that a product has been assessed by the manufacturer and deemed to meet EU safety, health, and environmental protection requirements. It is required for products manufactured anywhere in the world that are then marketed in the EU.
What does "CE" mean?
CE stands for the French expression "Conformité Européene", which literally means "European conformity". Although the term "CE marking" is sometimes used in newspapers and other articles on the subject, the correct official term is "CE marking" and is used in various product instructions. You can consider the best CE marking certification to sell your products via bluedicesolutions.co.uk/UKCA-mark/.
What is the CE mark?
The CE marking serves as a statement by the manufacturer that its products meet the basic requirements of relevant European legislation in the areas of health, safety, and the environment, which are specified in various product directives. As soon as a product receives the CE mark, it can move freely within the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and the European Union (EU).
Which products require the CE mark?
In which countries will the product be launched? Countries within the European Economic Area (EEA) or EFTA require the CE marking if the product falls under one or more of the CE marking directives. When Turkey becomes the target market. Although neither an EU member nor an EEA member, Turkey has implemented a number of CE marking guidelines, so many products here also require CE marking.