(European Conformity)

International Compliance to Enhance Market Scope

Export to certain trade areas make compliance to some standards mandatory. As a case in point, global trade to the European market must meet certain standards. Countries wanting to trade with nations in Europe have to comply with relevant European directives.  

What is CE Marking?

CE Marking is mandatory for export to the European market. The CE mark on a product demonstrates it is in conformity with the requirements of relevant European directives. It is mandatory for a wide range of products sold within or exported to the European market. The CE mark on a product indicates to government/s that the product can be legally sold within the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Area (EFTA). It ensures the product can move freely throughout the European Single Market. Compliance to CE marking is a legally enforced requirement for the EU member states and the European Economic Area (EEA) countries. The CE mark is essential to sell products in any of these countries.


What are the key benefits of CE Marking?

  • Indicates to customers that the product meets designated safety standards
  • Promotes public health and safety
  • Enhances product credibility
  • Leads to improved sales and greater customer satisfaction
  • Market access & development – enables entry into new markets and helps to maximize the potential of existing markets with appropriate CE certified products
  • Risk management
  • Product differentiation from competitors through independent testing and certification
  • Competitive edge
  • Global Recognition