One of the purposes of CE marking is to ensure free movement of goods within the EU and EEA countries. In this context, the CE mark is comparable to a travel pass. This means that the national authorities in the EU cannot impose stricter requirements on a product than what the Member States have agreed. However, please note that in the individual countries there may be special requirements for the product in the situation of use. For example, there may be special requirements for servicing of lifts. Finally, the customer can always specify requirements that go beyond the requirements of the directives or regulations. Find more information about the legislation of each country at the Internal Market Centre.