The CE mark is a symbol of an agreement between authorities and business.

With the CE mark, the factory guarantees that the product has been manufactured in accordance with pan-European requirements for safety, health and the environment. The CE marking has been introduced by the European Commission. It is the Commission that has determined the conditions for use of the marking in the various CE marking directives.

The directives apply in all of the EU’s 27 member states and in Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, which have joined the EEA agreement.

What is CE marking about?

Many products to be sold in Denmark and the other EU countries must be CE-marked. The CE marking makes it easier to trade across borders in the EU and ensures a common level of safety for the products.