Definition of the ‘C E Mark’
The C E Mark is mandatory for products sold within the European Union to allow the free movement of goods within the European Economic Area (EEA). Not all products require the C E mark.
The CE mark indicates that the manufacturer declares that the product meets all the requirements of European legislation.
CE marking does not indicate that the product was made in the EEA, only that the product has been assessed before being placed on the market enabling it to be sold there.
C E originally stood for Communauté Européenne (European Community), but is often taken to mean Conformité Européenne (European Conformity).
For further information see the Wikipedia C E Mark definition.
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