As a result of Brexit, the responsibilities of manufacturers, importers and distributors may shift, and compliance for importing and exporting between the EEA and the UK may change.
Any business involved in the supply chain for the distribution of consumer goods between the UK and EEA should consider where responsibility lies and ensure that products are appropriately labelled with CE and/or UKCA marks.
This whitepaper, written with our strategic alliance partners, Holla, addresses the consequences of Brexit for product compliance markings for products travelling from the UK to the European Economic Area (EEA) and vice versa.
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