We use our proven expertise and comprehensive service to support you during the CE marking process. This is required for new or modified machinery being imported or put into service in the EU.
Since 1.1.1995, manufacturers have been obliged to carry out a conformity assessment procedure on their machines. By affixing the CE mark the manufacturer confirms that plant or machinery meet all the necessary health and safety requirements of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. All machinery imported from non-EU countries require a CE mark, irrespective of the year of construction.
If stand-alone machines that are already CE certified are joined together to form an assembly of machines (plant), the conformity assessment procedure, including CE marking, must be carried out for the plant as a whole.