What Does the CE on Products Mean?
What does the CE on products mean? In this article, we will explore the meaning, significance of CE marking & how to get it.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
What Does CE Mean on
Companies Responsible for
Applying CE Marking
How Does CE Mark Work?
What Countries Require the
What Products Need CE
How To Obtain The CE
How To Differentiate CE Marking Symbol
vs China Export Symbol?
CE stands for "Conformité
Européenne" - a mandatory
conformity labelling for products
sold inside the EEA.
It indicate that products comply with
the essential health, safety, &
requirements set out by the EU
Ensure that products sold in the EU
meet minimum safety requirements &
are safe to use
Importer or manufacturer has
confirmed that the item complies with
all applicable EU legislation & may be
marketed across EEA
Products that are marketed to consumers
in the EU must have a CE marking.
Some common items: toys, electrical
appliances, medical devices, machinery,
construction products, etc
Need CE Marking?
Some common items: toys, electrical appliances,
medical devices, machinery, construction products,...
CE Mark is mandatory for the following 27 Member States of the EU
Austria Belgium Bulgaria
Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark
Estonia Finland France
Germany Greece Hungary
Italy Latvia Lithuania
Luxembourg Malta Netherlands
Poland Portugal Republic of Ireland
Romania Slovakia Slovenia
Spain Sweden United Kingdom
CE Mark is mandatory for the following EFTA countries
ensure that it conforms with all relevant EU rules
decide if you can evaluate your goods yourself
or a notified body is required
create & sign a declaration of conformity with EU
compile a technical dossier demonstrating
How To Obtain
The CE Marking?
Although you don't
need a license to apply
the CE marking to your
goods, you must: