CE marking is basically the passport of products and services to be sold in European markets. The letters CE are abbreviations of the French phrase “Conformité Européene” which translates from French to English as ‘European Conformity’ The term was first used as ‘EC mark’ and was later officially replaced by ‘CE marking’.
If you intend to trade in the EU, CE-marking is a mandatory conformity mark required for a wide variety of products. It does not define the quality but represents that the product is safe and eligible to be distributed in European markets.
CE marking declares that the products abide by the requirements of European health, safety, and environment protection.
While for some products, CE Marking Certification is essentially a declaration by manufacturers that a product meets all applicable legal provisions set by the European Union under the CE Marking requirements, other products must be tested by a company that offers CE marking services, this indicates that a product has passed and compliant to EU product safety directives. CE marking certification allows these products to be legally sold anywhere within the EU and the European Economic Area. It also indicates to the European government that the products can be legally placed in their market.
Our CE-marking conformity assessment services provide you with the expertise you need to achieve compliance as We have helped countless manufacturers understand and meet the requirements of relevant New Approach Directives for CE Marking.
URS engineering experts provide support and guidance at every point during the design process to ensure products comply with market requirements – through design review and pre-compliance testing, full testing to Standards and stringent professional assessment.
To ensure and declare the compliance of equipment, manufacturers must follow the conformity assessment procedure described in the Directive, which consists of the following elements:
URS has developed a six-step method guiding you through every step of the CE marking requirements
The technical file must always be up to date. This means that if there are any modifications to the product or amendments in the relevant directives/regulations, manufacturers should update the content of the file. The contents of the technical documentation differ between the different CE-marking directives.
However, as a rule, the documentation should include at least the following elements:
URS offers a one-stop solution for CE marking, meaning you access the EU market for the following directives:
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