Transparency and security in European markets
The European market only accepts quality goods that are safe and free of defects, which is exactly the goal of the CE mark.This mark can prove that the product, whether toy or construction machinery, complies with the provisions of EU health and safety standards.A team of experts at TUV Rheinland reviews your products in accordance with the relevant EU regulations, such as the Low Voltage or EMC Directive.The declaration of compliance with the CE standard means that your product can be sold on the European market.In the past, the countries of the European Community had different requirements for the import and sale of products, and the goods manufactured according to the standards of one country could not be listed in other countries. As a part of the efforts to eliminate trade barriers, CE came into being.
With the abbreviation of CE as a symbol, it means that the product with CE mark meets all the requirements of the relevant European Directive, and it is used to confirm that the product has passed the corresponding conformity assessment procedure and the manufacturer's self-declaration, which truly becomes the pass for the product to be allowed to enter the European market.For industrial products with CE mark required by relevant directives, those without CE mark shall not be sold on the market;If the products with CE mark are found to fail to meet the safety requirements, they will be ordered to withdraw from the market.Continued violation of the CE marking provisions of the Directive will be restricted or banned from entering the EU market or forced to withdraw from the market.
To enter the EU market, industrial machinery must be qualified for the use of the CE mark, which means that the products must comply with the relevant requirements of the European Union concerning mechanical safety (Mechanical Directive 2006/42/EC), electrical safety (Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC Directive 2014/30/EU