CE certification represents the CE mark that is placed on the backside of certain products sold in the European Economic Area (EEA) and the European Union (EU). Literally speaking, CE is an abbreviation of a French phrase that means ‘European Conformity’. When a CE stamp is placed on the backside of a product, this marking signifies that the product is able to be distributed within the EU and the EEA. Read about Brexit and CE Mark here.
The symbol for European conformity consists of a CE mark. The CE stamp is a logo with the letters ‘C’ and ‘E’. Products might also include a four digit id number that represents the process and governing body responsible for the certification.
If you’re interested in finding out more about distribution regulations within the European Union, contact us for information. We’re CE marking consultants, so whether you’re trying to obtain a certificate for your product or you’re searching for a CE testing facility, we can guide you through the process.
Eurasian Conformity (EAC) certification demonstrates that your products meet the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)'s regulations and standards for customs clearance and trading. An EAC mark is essential if you intend to sell consumer products and industrial equipment into the EAEU. It demonstrates compliance with health and safety legislation and allows you to sell to a market of nearly 200,000 consumers across Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia.
Today, there are nearly 44 applicable certification and declaration schemes in the EAEU. Some of these schemes are required and necessary for legal compliance. The EAC Mark is mandatory to obtain and affix on products to show its compliance to the EAEU standard.
Trading without certification can result in fines and your product being impounded.
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Product testing is an essential step in bringing new products to market. It puts your goods through their paces to discover any defects early, while also highlighting any regulatory compliance issues found in the product. Testing can help you make changes to products early and avoid costly product recalls or fines