Exporting to the EU - The CE Mark
The world's most efficient and safe product compliance system
The 27 members of the EU as a bloc constitute one of Australia's largest trading and investment partners. Since its inception, the EU has worked towards removing so-called technical barriers to trade. The technical barriers had arisen due to the differing technical standards and rules between countries and suppliers to these markets were faced with the daunting task of proving that their products met each an every standard and rule for different countries. In 1992 the European Community signed and agreement that allows products that comply with EU requirements to be marketed freely within the EU.
The EU standards and conformity system is based on two principles:
- Mutual recognition, which means that any product which is lawfully manufactured and sold in one Member State can be sold throughout the EU, and
- Technical harmonisation through EC directives which replace non-uniform national regulations
CE Mark Services
CE Compliance and certification
Stradia provides compliance solutions to bring products into compliance with the European Union's CE Marking and CE Testing requirements, European standards and the EU’s Directives.
- Machinery Directive
- Low Voltage Directive
- EMC Directive
- Medical Devices Regulation
- Pressure Equipment Directive
- Radio Equipment Directive
- RoHs Directive
- WEEE Directive
- Recreational Watercraft Directive
- Marine Equipment Directive
We undertake all the necessary assessments, testing and prepare the compliance documentation, reports and offer solutions to resolve any non-compliance.
If you already have CE reports for your products these can be used in part in some cases to achieve compliance for Australia.
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