The CE letters on the products are abbreviated from the initials of the French Conformité Européene meaning literally European Conformity.
In the first years of this application, the EC Mark was used, but the directive 1993 / 93 / EEC issued in 68 was renamed CE Mark ...
Products that are required to bear the CE marking are defined separately in the so-called New Approach Directives. The free movement of goods is the sole goal of the European market.
Within the scope of certification services, our company also provides services on products that have CE marking.
CE Marking is an important application that guarantees the conformity of the products to be sent to European Union countries with the legal regulations of the European Union. Manufacturers, importers and distributors other than food and cosmetics who want to trade in the markets of European Union countries and European Economic Zone are obliged to ensure that the products have CE Marking.
The first step is to determine which directives the product falls under.
Each directive details what is legally required for product compliance.
Some directives require that products be tested and approved by a third-party organization.
The directives contain eight conformity assessment modules. These modules apply to a specific product category. The product is evaluated according to these modules.
Producers are required to create a technical dossier containing information and documents indicating that the product complies with the directive requirements and keep it for at least 10 years from the date of manufacture.
The declaration of conformity is a declaration of conformity with the CE marking directives.