VDI/BV-BS Code of
Practice-6205: How does a CE marking get onto a transport anchor?

The CE marking (previously CE mark) signifies „Conformité Européenne“ and indicates that a product bearing this European symbol may be placed on the internal European market.

The CE marking is a symbol of a manufacturer’s declaration of conformity: i.e., a manufacturer or his agent who places a product on the market declares that he has manufactured the product to which the marking is affixed and that it is placed on the market, in conformity with the European Community requirements.

The binding Directive for transport anchor systems is 2006/42EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006, also known colloquially in brief as the Machinery Directive. The transition period expired already on 29 December 2009. On that day, the European Machinery...

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