Dear Business Seller,
If you’re selling CE-marked products into the EU, you will require an economic operator (i.e. manufacturer, importer, authorised representative or a fulfilment service provider) established in the EU.
Sellers will be required to put the name and contact details of the economic operator in the EU on the product or the product packaging. If you don’t do this, your goods may be seized at customs or stopped from further circulation.
Make sure to comply with this EU regulation before 16 July.
Remember to research options for economic operators in Europe to make sure you’re compliant by the enforcement date.
If you are looking for an EU-authorised representative for the products you may sell to or in the EU, we have identified some experienced third-party companies who may be able to assist. The following companies can provide support for most products (whether soft or hard goods) covered by the requirements.
Please see below their name and contact details.
- Authorised Representative Service – ar.eBay@doceupoint.com
- Certification Company – ebay-AR@certification-company.com
- Eucerep – email@example.com
- Obelis Group – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Product Approvals – email@example.com
- Terrain Q – firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also looking into adding more EU economic operators to this list and we will update you on this as soon as possible.
As always, thank you for selling on eBay.