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CE Directives overview

EU Directives and Regulations on CE Marking

In the 1980s, a transnational legal framework was created for the marketing of products in the EU. The basic principle is the personal responsibility of the person placing the product on the market. One milestone was the definition of CE-relevant products, for which ownership must be documented in a CE declaration of conformity, which later becomes an EU declaration of conformity. Legal background information on CE marking can be found in this PDF by

Important notes on these directives / CE directives compact:

  • The abbreviation CE stands for Communauté Européenne. This is French and means European Community. The symbol CE stands for regulations, which are applied harmonized in Europe. The aim is to simplify the movement of goods on the European internal market.
  • Currently (as of January 2021), there are more than 20 different CE directives, which relate to a wide variety of products or product groups, some of which are very precisely defined. For example, there are separate directives for elevators, pressure equipment, construction products and toys.
  • The marking resulting from the CE directives does not mean that a product has been produced in Europe, but that it has been tested before being placed on the market for the first time - and found to be "good" with regard to the legal requirements.
  • There are six steps to CE marking a product: 1. identify the directives and harmonized standards relevant to a product 2. check the specific conditions for the product (list of EU harmonized standards) 3. if necessary, involve a notified body for a conformity assessment procedure 4. test the product and have it checked for conformity 5. compile and keep technical documentation 6. affix the CE mark to the product in accordance with the law and write the EC declaration of conformity. If you need help with this process, please do not hesitate to contact us.

EU directives and regulations on CE marking: our competencies

*: These directives only partially fall within our competence. Here we cooperate with partner companies if necessary

Legally compliant implementation of CE directives and regulations

For the implementation of the requirements, the EU shows several possibilities, which are represented by "modules". We use "Module A" for implementation, which is the most favorable variant for import companies in almost every case.

-> Only those who act in compliance with the law are safely protected from official sanctions. We help you to implement the necessary measures.

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Additional service for you regarding the CE directives: Download blank EU Declaration of Conformity

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