What is CE Certification?


The Conformitè Europëenne (CE) Mark is defined as the European Union’s (EU) mandatory conformity marking for regulating the goods sold within the European Economic Area (EEA) since 1985. The CE marking represents a manufacturer’s declaration that products comply with the EU’s New Approach Directives. These directives not only apply to products within the EU but also for products that are manufactured in or designed to be sold in the EEA. This makes the CE marking recognizable worldwide even to those unfamiliar with the EEA.


Rietway Consultants CE Certification Package


The Services which are included in our package are as Follows:
✅ Consultation for CE Certification
✅ Preparation of Documents
✅Application Filing
✅CE Certificate


Documents Required for GMP


1. Business Registration Proof
2. KYC of Proprietor/Partners/Directors
3. Objectives of Business
4. Email Id and Phone Number
5. Current Electricity Bill


CE Procedure


Step -1 Arrange all Required Documents: The first step is to arrange all the documents and send the same over the email / WhatsApp to us. Once all the Documents are Received, we will Start the Further Process.
Step2: Preparation of Documents: The Next Step is Preparation of Documents to be Submitted at Department.
Step-3 : Filling Of Application For CE : The next Step is Filling Of Application for CE.
Step4: After approval of the application Department Issues CE Certificate.


Benefits of CE Certification


- Fulfills the requirements of relevant European product directives.

- Meets all the requirements of the relevant recognized European harmonized performance and safety standards.

- Is fit for its purpose and will not endanger lives or property.


Types of CE marking


Manufacturer or authorised representative of the product affixes CE marking to the product.
CE marking is given when the product successfully meets all the CE requirements.

Minimal Risks
A minimal risk product requires a self-declaration along with the Declaration of Conformity from the hand of the manufacturer for affixing CE marking to their product.

Greater Risks
Directives say that the products which revolve around a greater degree of risk should independently get their product certified through a notified body. European Commission notifies such body. Plus the notified body has gathered all the necessary information to meet the requirements outlined in the directives. Either a private organization or government agency can act as a notified body.


FAQ on CE Certification


Q1. What does CE Stands For?
CE stands for European Conformity. This certification works as a proof of mark affixed on the product which reflects health, safety and climate protection standards of products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA).

Q2. What are the Elements of CE Certification?
CE stands for European Conformity. This certification works as a proof of mark affixed on the product which reflects health, safety and climate protection standards of products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA).

Q3. What is Declaration of Conformity?
This document states the essential health and safety requirements of the relevant legislation of the product. The creation and signing of this document also state that the manufacturer assumes responsibility for the CE marketing compliance of the product.

Q4. What is the Validity of CE certification?
Each certificate is valid for a period of 3 years from the date of issue.