Related Knowledge Of CE Certification

- Mar 25, 2021-

For many manufacturers, their products are sold in different places, and their products need to comply with the local product standards and specifications. Only if the product specifications are met, the products can be sold in the region. The certification specifications can also be understood as product opening Passes and passports for a certain regional market.

SHLED introduces here, what is CE certification? Why is CE certification so important?

CE certification introduction

CE is the abbreviation of (COMMUNATE EUROPEIA), which represents the European Community. The European Community certification it issued is the CE certification. CE certification is a safety certification mark, which is regarded as a permit for manufacturers or applicants to open the European market. The "CE" mark is a compulsory certification mark on the EU market, and only products with CE certification can be circulated in the EU market. CE certification is aimed at all manufacturers, whether it is the EU's own manufacturers or manufacturers in other countries, they need to compulsorily meet the requirements of CE certification. Products not only need to comply with CE certification, products that have obtained CE certification also need to affix the "CE" certification logo on the product nameplate or packaging box. In this way, the surface product meets the basic directive requirements of the EU "New Method of Technical Coordination and Standardization". The CE mark is not a quality mark, it is a mark that represents that the product has complied with the European safety/health/environmental protection/sanitation standards and directives. All products sold in the European Union must be marked with the CE mark.

The necessity of applying for CE certification

CE certification provides a unified technical specification for products of various countries to trade in the European market and simplifies the trade procedures. Any country's products must be CE certified to enter the European Union and the European Free Trade Area, and the CE mark should be affixed to the product. Therefore, CE certification is a passport for products to enter the European Union and European Free Trade Zone countries.

CE certification means that the product has reached the safety requirements stipulated by the EU directive; it is a promise of the company to consumers, which increases consumers' trust in the product; products with the CE mark will reduce the risk of sales in the European market. These risks include:

●The risk of being detained and investigated by the customs;

● Risks investigated and dealt with by market supervision agencies;

●The risk of being accused by peers for competitive purposes.

Benefits of applying for CE certification

●The EU's laws, regulations and harmonized standards are not only large in number, but also very complex in content. Therefore, obtaining the help of an EU designated agency is a wise move that saves time, effort, and risk.

●Obtaining the CE certification certificate from an organization designated by the European Union can maximize the trust of consumers and market surveillance agencies.

●It can effectively prevent the appearance of irresponsible accusations.

●In the face of litigation, the CE certification certificate of the EU designated agency will become legally effective technical evidence.

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