The CE marking is European conformance marking indicating that a product meets the essential requirements of the relevant EU directives and standards for this product. CE marking is a mandatory requirement that allows free movement of goods within European markets where the requirements apply.
The manufacturer certifies that the product meets all health, safety, and environmental requirements essential to the CE marking. You can click over here to get the CE marking to sell your products in the EU.
Products marked with CE must meet CE requirements before they can be placed on the EU market. This applies to products imported outside the EU as well as products manufactured within the EU. CE compliance is the responsibility of the person or company that puts the product on the market, for example, a manufacturer, importer, dealer, or retailer.
The CE mark is not a certification, approval, or quality mark. The term "CE conformance" is a more appropriate description, as in most cases this can be achieved through self-certification.
The product must meet the corresponding EU requirements. CE marked products can be transported freely within the EU; The parties to the contract may not impose additional national requirements to prevent the product from being placed on the domestic market. This in turn brings economic benefits to manufacturers and increases product safety within the EU.
The list of applicable EU standards is extensive. The European Commission publishes a list of recognized standards in the Official Journal of the European Union, often also referred to as OJ. These standards are known as harmonized standards and compliance with one or more of them leads to the presumption of conformity for affixing the CE marking.