6. It’s always the manufacturer’s responsibility

  • It is always the manufacturer’s responsibility to ensure that the products have been CE marked properly.
  • The manufacturer is considered the person whose name appears on the product.
  • If they are not within the EEA, then the importer becomes legally responsible
  • In practice, it is very difficult to complete the CE marking process properly without involvement of the original manufacturer.
  • Activities can be subcontracted, whereas duties cannot. Even if manufacturers sub-contract product testing, they still remain liable for the CE marking.

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