CE marking indicates that the products within the scope of the New Approach Directives prepared within the scope of the New Approach Policy adopted by the European Union (EU) in 1985 to make the legislation on the technical structures of the products simpler and general in order to ensure the free movement of goods within the framework of technical legislation harmonization, is in compliance with these directives. It is a Union mark consisting of the initials of the words Conformité Européenne, indicating that it has passed all necessary conformity assessment activities and its compliance with health, safety and consumer and environmental protection requirements.
The CE mark, which is the manufacturer's warranty statement and in a sense also referred to as the product's passport, is not a quality document. The CE mark guarantees that the product on which it is located will not harm human, animal, plant health and safety and the environment, and ensures the use of a single mark throughout the European Economic Area.
The CE marking facilitates consumers to identify products classified as safe by the Community, and products bearing this mark demonstrate their compliance with packaging, labeling and safety-related standards to ensure that high quality products are offered to consumers.