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If you want to market consumer or professional products within the European Economic Area (EEA), CE marking may be compulsory. CE marking indicates that the product meets the high safety, health and environmental requirements set by the EU. These products must be allowed on the European market, without any additional requirements.
Responsibility for adding CE marking
Manufacturers are responsible for affixing the CE marking to products regardless of whether they are located inside or outside the EEA. When products are imported from outside the EEA, the importer is obliged to check whether the right CE marking has been used. If the wrong CE marking is intentionally affixed to a product, it is a punishable offence.