Non-EU businesses wishing to trade in Europe can benefit from the EU Single Market and some trade agreements with other European countries. The EU market for goods includes 450 million consumers and provides easier access to a wide range of suppliers, lower unit costs and greater commercial opportunities. However, prior to bringing products onto the market, non-EU businesses must overcome certain regulatory restrictions. For instance, having an EU authorised representative (EAR) as an intermediary between them and the market surveillance authorities.
Clever Compliance's subsidiary Clever Representative is an independent product compliance organisation that can act as a European authorised representative for a wide range of product types. We have the compliance skills and expertise required to ensure smooth market access for products produced outside the EU's borders.Go to Clever Representative
Due to the new EU Market Surveillance Regulation 2019/1020, non-EU manufacturers and suppliers will face the following issues when trying to access the EU market and sell products on it either directly, online or through a fulfilment service provider:
Clever Representative can act as a European authorised representative and be responsible for your product(s) on your behalf. With a great deal of skills and knowledge regarding European (CE marking) directives and regulations, we are capable of taking on a lot of your responsibilities and obligations, allowing you to refocus your attention on your main tasks.
Our authorised representative service package includes: