CE marking allows the product to freely circulate throughout the European Economic Area. But dealing with CE marking represents a challenge. Not all products sold in the EU need to carry a CE marking. CE marking applies to products, ranging from electrical equipment to toys and from civil explosives to medical devices. Such products fall under one or more directives which determine the specific requirements that the product must comply with in order to bear a CE Marking. So how do you know if your product requires marking and what directives do you need to mention in your CE declaration? And are there any other requirements that you should keep in mind?
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