The CE-marking process – and conforming to EEA standards in general – starts at the manufacturing level. How does it work? Manufacturers who work with quality materials perform a conformity check-up on their products and create technical files as proof. Next, they issue an EU declaration of conformity to obtain the CE-certificate, which leads to the CE-marking being added onto the final product.
Further along the chain, distributors and importers also look for the CE-certificate to ensure only high-quality, EEA-appropriate products make it to the EU markets.
What does CE mean for consumers?
As a consumer in the European Union, you know that products bearing the CE-certificate uphold the highest levels of safety, quality and health standards. We train Reynaers Aluminium manufacturers to obtain the CE-marking, ensuring all our systems meet and beat European quality requirements flawlessly.