Frequently Asked Questions

CE Marking: CE Marking in Turkey

Why does the Turkish Customs Authority not accept my Notified Body issued Certificate(s) of Conformity?
Companies selling to the Turkish market must submit evidence of conformity compliance (CE Marking) either by providing a notarized/consularized conformity certificate from a notified body or a corporate issued certificate of conformity, which declares compliance of all relevant standards and directive annexes. Turkish Customs may on occasion question if the certificates are original. In such cases, the company may wish to have the Notified Body Certificate of Conformity or the corporate issued Certificate of Conformity notarized/consularized to confirm document authenticity. For U.S. companies having difficulty in having documents recognized for authenticity, the Commercial Attaché can assist in having a consular stamp affixed to your Certificate of Conformity that would be accepted by the Turkish Customs service.

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