CE Marking Certification

CE (derived from the French phrase "Conformité Européene") marking is a mark of quality that shows that products sold within the European economic area conform with the European requirements for health, safety and environment protection policy. Originally European conformity marking (EC marking), the CE marking was adopted from 1993.

The Mark CE is found on products that meet the requirements stated in the CE directives of the product category. The CE directives contain instructions and requirements or standards that a product must conform with before it is certified.

The CE marking is not only found on product sold within the European economic area but also on good produced within the EEA for sale outside the area. Goods produced outside the European economic area with the intention of been sold within EEA and internationally should also meet the CE directives.

In most country even outside EEA, the CE mark is a mark of quality shows the particular product is not illegal in the region where it is found.

The CE mark is only to be affixed on the product by the manufacturer after the product has been certified for meeting the CE directives. In the event that the product is not in full compliance with the CE directives after it has been certified by a notified body, the EEA customs reserve the right to withdraw such product in circulation. A notified is a designated with the responsibility of assessing any product produce within the European union or that desires the CE mark to confirm its conformity with the CE directives.

Only a company within the EEA has the right to affix a product with the CE mark or even own a CE mark certificate. This company can only do this after an assessment has been carried out on the product by a notified body to confirm its conformity with the CE directives and such product has been legislated. If the manufacturing company is not within the EEA, the company importing the product should make adequate confirmation that the manufacturer conform with the CE directives with a document to back up the claim. Companies along the channel of distribution must be able to affirm that the product meets the requirements of the CE directives before it is made available to the public.


1. The manufacturer should first confirm that the product meets up with all the CE directives (one or more) that relates to the product.
2. After the manufacturer has ascertained the level of conformity of the product with the CE directives he can then proceed to select from a list of a module according to the CE directive.
3. After step two, the manufacturer can proceed to affix the product with the CE marking after writing a conformity declaration document.
4. If the module stipulates that a notified body (that renders CE certification should be involved then the manufacturer cannot proceed to affix the CE mark until it is confirmed by the notified body.

We are accredited to provide CE marking services in India. We are also accreted to train organisation and provide CE mark certificate. We offer personnel training on compliance to the CE directives.

Why choose us

Commitment- We are committed to our client from start to finish. We ensure that our trainee gets all the knowledge and skills needed for certification and accreditation of CE mark certificate.

Expertise- We have highly trained and certified tutors and auditors at our disposal. Our auditors possess vast knowledge of the various business field and well trained in the requirements and regulations of various certification. We know the market, and we have the solution to the needs of our clients.

Symbol of excellence- With over 10,000 certificate and over 4,000 auditors, our network is widespread in India and across Asia. Ours is the name you hear when it comes to CE certification.

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