Introduced in 1985, CE marking was created to stimulate the free circulation of goods within the European Community. It is a mandatory legal conformity requirement for all products sold within the European Union that fall within the scope of a CE marking directive.
By affixing a CE marking to a product and signing the Declaration of Conformity, a legal manufacturer is declaring to the EU authorities that the requirements of all applicable directives have been met. Depending on the directive, involvement of a European Union ‘Notified Body’ may be mandatory for certain types of products.
TÜV SÜD Product Service assists companies to demonstrate their product's compliance with the requirements of applicable CE marking directives, by offering testing and certification in line with these requirements.
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