| The CE Mark is required for certain types of products to enter the “European Single Market,” also known as the European Economic Area (EEA). The European Single Market enables freer and more consistent trade among all 28-member states of the European Union (EU), and it has been extended in part to Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.
Deciding whether or not your product needs the CE Mark—and then choosing the right standard to follow—is one of the hardest parts of exporting to the EU. The compliance professionals at G&M Compliance can help you choose the right standard, ensure compliance, and start selling your product around the world today.
Contact G&M Compliance today to get a quote or learn more about the requirements of the CE Mark.