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Conformance is the UK's leading independent specialist in Product Safety, CE Marking and UKCA Marking.
We specialise in helping companies, large and small, to meet the compliance regulations for their products in markets and industries around the world. Our priorities are to keep costs for our clients down and to act with speed and accuracy. In the competitive world of international commerce, we believe we have the knowledge and experience to give our clients the edge. We are aware of the compliance pressures on our customers and using our customer focused approach we will support you through this process.
Conformance was established at the end of 1993 and since then the company has built up a client base which includes manufacturers and importers from the UK and countries around the world. Our service areas include product safety and CE marking and UKCA Marking assessment, consultancy and training. We can also support you in completing your self-assessment and Declaration of Conformity. Our expertise covers a wide range of CE marking and UKCA Marking directives such as machinery, ATEX, pressure equipment and electrical. The smallest device we have ever worked on was the size of a kidney bean; the largest a multi-million pound water industry installation.
Our head office is located in the small village of Great Hucklow in the beautiful Peak District area of central England, between the major cities of Manchester to the west and Sheffield to the east.
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