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United Kingdom: Extended recognition of the CE mark in the UK

UK government intends to recognize CE marking in England, Wales and Scotland indefinitely beyond December 2024
Modern photo of London with Big Ben. Vehicle lights fast traffic provide a technological flair. Top left is the cetecom advanced logo. On the right are the CE and UKCA marks.

This update affects the following 18 regulations falling under the Department for Business and Trade (DBT):

  • toys
  • pyrotechnics
  • recreational craft and personal watercraft
  • simple pressure vessels
  • electromagnetic compatibility
  • non-automatic weighing instruments
  • measuring instruments
  • measuring container bottles
  • lifts
  • equipment for potentially explosive atmospheres (ATEX)
  • radio equipment
  • pressure equipment
  • personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • gas appliances
  • machinery
  • equipment for use outdoors
  • aerosols
  • low voltage electrical equipment

Special rules apply to some products covered by the UKCA label:

The pertinent divisions covering these areas either have conveyed, or will impart, plans at the appropriate time.

As per the last revision, the cutoff time for bringing products with CE marking into the UK was to end on December 31, 2024. With this now third correction to the deadline, CE marking for the import of items to the UK market will be conceivable even after 2024.

In case of any questions or concerns, feel free to get in touch with us: mail@cetecomadvanced.com

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