Testing and Certification Services to the CE Mark
CE stands for Conformité Européenne, which translates from French to English as 'European Conformity'. CE certification is an EU safety directive that indicates that a product has passed certain tests and means that a product can legally be sold anywhere within the EU and the European Economic Area.
While for some products, CE marking can be carried out by the manufacturer themselves, other products must be tested by a company that offers CE marking services. If a product that should display a CE mark is found not to have one, the manufacturer or distributor could be fined and face expensive product recall – so compliance is essential.
CE certification and marking assures your product can enter the European Union and allows free movement throughout the 30 countries that make up the European Economic Area, giving you direct access to over 500 million consumers.
|Countries That Require CE Marking|
|Liechtenstein||Luxembourg||Republic of Korea|
Please visit our UKCA Marking page for information on products sold in the United Kingdom.
For most products entering the EU, there are harmonized regulations (EU Directives) which need to be complied with depending on its product scope. Most directives will require a CE Mark, a mandatory mark that demonstrates a manufacturers’ compliance to applicable EU Directives. Individual country requirements may also apply.
We can assist you with compliance for the following products and accompanying CE Marking Directives:
TÜV SÜD is an EU Notified Body authorized to evaluate product compliance within the requirements of most EU Directives and Regulations. Our CE marking testing services span the complete range of requirements for product acceptance in the EU, against the essential requirements of the Directives. In addition, our flexible time-to-market services can assist you with accelerated reviews or testing services, shortening your time to market. We support your business continuously by making sure you are the first to know about important regulatory developments in the industry.
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