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Authorised Rep Compliance provide EU, EC, European and UK Authorized Represenative Services for Europe and the United Kingdom.

We have many years of experience working with CE Marking and helping manufacturers to meet product compliance regulations and since Brexit we have now extended this to help manufacturers meet the new UKCA regulations.

If you are looking for an EU rep or UK Authorized Representative to represent your products in Europe or the UK then Authorised Rep Compliance can provide a fast, efficient and extremely competitive service.

What is an EU or UK Authorized Representative

The requirement for non-EU products to be represented to the authorities by someone in the EU has been around since the EU single market was launched in the 1990s. Initially, the rules were very unclear and it took a long time for them to be clarified enough for most manufacturers to realise the need.

On the 1st January 2021 anyone in GB or the EU placing goods from the other side of The Channel on the market changed from being a distributor to an importer of goods from a third country with new obligations.

In recent years the legislators have made efforts to strengthen and extend the requirement for authorised representation to more products and supply chains in order to help consumer protection authorities deal with unsafe products.

Ensure the appropriate conformity assessment procedure has been carried out by the manufacturer.

In particular the market surveillance Regulation EU 2019/1010 tightens the rules in the EU for imported products to help the authorities trace and question overseas manufacturers.

We can help you meet these new rules and in particular provide you with:

  • An EU address to place on all your products supplied in the EU
  • A UK address to place on all your products supplied into Great Britain


We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions.

Below you will find questions relating to Brexit and the new requirement to have an Economic Operator in the EU and also legislation known as Regulation (EU) 2019/1020, concerned with regulating market surveillance and compliance of products.

Why do I need an Authorised Representative?

What are the Obligations my Distributor must take on if they have to become my importer?

Do an EU importer’s or Authorised Representative’s details need to appear on the Declaration of Conformity (D of C)?

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