What is CE Marking?

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    What is CE Marking?

    The European Commission refers to the CE Certification of products as a "passport" which can allow a manufacturer to freely circulate their products within the European marketplace. The marking applies only to products regulated by the European Commissions health, safety and environmental protection legislation (product directives) but this is estimated to include more than 50% of the goods currently exported from the U.S. to Europe. All other consumer products are subject to the requirements of the General Product Safety Directive 92/59/EC, which does not require the CE certificate.


    Manufacturers must test and document to ensure conformity to all applicable European directives and requirements. CE certification is obtained from Notified Bodies, organizations that are recognized by European states to conduct CE assessments and issue CE certificate and documents.

    According to EU legislation, the EU Member States are not allowed to restrict the placing on the market of CE certified products, unless such measures can be justified on the basis of evidence of the non-compliance of the product. EU certificate does not indicate that a product was made in the European Union.

    Even if your product is manufactured outside the EEA, you must ensure the product bears CE marking if your product comes under the scope of a directive requiring CE Marking. Not all products sold in the EU need to have EU certificate.

    EU certification applies to products, ranging from electrical equipment to toys and from civil explosives to medical devices.

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