First CE Test of Electrical Product is made in Northern Cyprus...

On 4 October 2017, our firm has got the right to get a CE documentation (Certificate of Europe) from the company called Szutest (acknowledged by the EU) for our new system polyurethane foam body industrial counter and upright types of refrigerators. Szutest company engineers have done several electric inspections on refrigerators such as electric consumption, leakage, safety and other types of issues. 


Firm General Manager Nazım Adem Karasalih has given a brief about new investment. Mr Karasalih says that they aim to start sending their new refrigerators both in the Island and abroad markets very soon. The firm is keeping the work very strong on this issue and targeting both in Cyprus Greek and Cyprus Turkish Market and also closest countries such as Labenon, Eygpt and etc.


The letters "CE" are the abbreviation of French phrase "Conformité Européene" which literally means "European Conformity". The term initially used was "EC Mark" and it was officially replaced by "CE Marking" in the Directive 93/68/EEC in 1993. "CE Marking" is now used in all EU official documents.

General principles of the CE marking

  1. The CE marking shall be affixed only by the manufacturer or his authorised representative.

  2. The CE marking shall be affixed only to products to which its affixing is provided for by specific Community harmonisation legislation, and shall not be affixed to any other product.

  3. By affixing or having affixed the CE marking, the manufacturer indicates that he takes responsibility for the conformity of the product with all applicable requirements set out in the relevant Community harmonisation legislation providing for its affixing.

  4. The CE marking shall be the only marking which attests the conformity of the product with the applicable requirements of the relevant Community harmonisation legislation providing for its affixing.

  5. The affixing to a product of markings, signs or inscriptions which are likely to mislead third parties regarding the meaning or form of the CE marking shall be prohibited. Any other marking may be affixed to the product provided that the visibility, legibility and meaning of the CE marking is not thereby impaired.

  6. Member States shall ensure the correct implementation of the regime governing the CE marking and take appropriate action in the event of improper use of the marking. Member States shall also provide for penalties for infringements, which may include criminal sanctions for serious infringements. Those penalties shall be proportionate to the seriousness of the offence and constitute an effective deterrent against improper use.

Therefore, CE Marking is a kind of "Passport" of a product produced in abroad and it can be used safely by customers.