Explain The CE Marking Process Used In UK?

We are passionate about helping companies get the CE mark for their products. We are committed to making the complex process of CE marking more transparent and easy to understand. We try to do this by explaining the rules in simple language.

And by providing an easy-to-use tool that you can use to manage your own CE marking. You can consider the best UKCA Mark at https://bluedicesolutions.co.uk/UKCA-mark/ to indicate that a product has been assessed by the manufacturer and deemed to meet EU safety, health, and environmental protection requirements.

We advise you to take control of your CE marking project and end your dependence on CE testing and certification bodies. You save a lot of time and money and dramatically increase the success rate of your CE certification if you are better prepared to apply the rules and requirements. The information on our website and the services we offer are intended to enable you to take responsibility for the CE marking.

The CE marking symbolizes that the attached product meets all applicable essential requirements and that the conformity of the product has been determined by appropriate conformity assessment procedures. The “important requirements”, among others, relate to safety, public health, and consumer protection.

The CE marking is mandatory for any product that falls under one or more of the European so-called “New Concept Directives”. Without the CE mark, this product cannot be commissioned or operated in the European Economic Area.

The CE mark is a kind of trademark for the European market: It allows manufacturers to freely sell their products in the 30 countries of the European Economic Area (EEA).

The big advantage for manufacturers is that there are now only a limited number of requirements and procedures to follow when designing and manufacturing products for the entire EEA. Different and conflicting national regulations have been removed. This means that products no longer have to be adapted to the specific requirements of the various EEA member countries.