Live Animals, Foodstuffs, Animal-derived Goods: Quick Facts

Friday, January 17, 2020

Some types of goods require special handling either for transport purposes or because they come under special environmental, health and safety or customs control procedures. They come under the control of government departments and may require official licences and/or permissions to be exported or imported. Overview

Live Animals, Foodstuffs, Animal-derived Goods: In-depth

Friday, January 17, 2020

Some types of goods require special handling either for transport purposes or because they come under special environmental, health and safety or customs control procedures. They come under the control of government departments and may require official licences and/or permissions to be exported or imported.

CE Marking in Europe: In-depth

Friday, January 17, 2020

Appearing on a multitude of products from kettles to teddy bears and from cableways to gas appliances, the letters "CE" signify that those items have been assessed to meet the high safety, health and environmental protection requirements laid down in the European Economic Area (EEA).

CE Marking in Europe: Quick Facts

Friday, January 17, 2020

CE is an abbreviation of "Conformité Européen" meaning "European Conformity" and is a key part of the EU’s harmonisation legislation which, for many years, has allowed products to be freely moved within its internal market and the wider European Economic Area (EEA). What does the CE mark mean?