The letters "CE" appear in many European Union products. That a product shows this brand, indicates that complies with the EU's health and safety standards and environmental protection requirements. When we buy a new phone, a teddy bear or a TV within the EU, we can and must find the CE mark on them.
By placing the CE marking on a product, a manufacturer declares that the product complies with the legal requirements for this brand and that it can be sold throughout the EU. This also applies to products manufactured in other countries and sold in the EU.
There are two main benefits that the CE mark provides to businesses and consumers within the EU:
Manufacturers play a crucial role in ensuring that products are marketed according to the regulations in force. They are responsible for verifying that their products comply with the EU's safety, health and environmental protection requirements. In addition, it is the responsibility of the same, to carry out the conformity assessment, to configure the technical file, to issue the EU declaration of conformity and to place the CE marking on a product. Only then can a product be marketed in the EEA market.
At Atelei, we are experts in marking all kinds of electronic products. Depending on the type of product, it is necessary to know the applicable regulations.
And before we finish, one last tip: It is very important to know how to differentiate the CE marking symbol from the existing marking in a multitude of products from China and which resembles, but which is read "China Export". These last products cannot be sold legally in Europe because they do not comply with the current regulations.