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Following calls from the CLC, the Government has delayed changes to product marking rules by 12 months, allowing CE marked products to continue to be sold in Great Britain until 1 January 2023. Construction and other sectors had raised concerns about the availability and capacity of testing for products under the new UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking regime introduced post‐Brexit.

From 1 January 2023, products will be required to carry the new UKCA mark if they are to be sold in England, Scotland and Wales. For products to be sold in Northern Ireland, CE marking will continue to be recognised due to the Northern Ireland protocol. Companies exporting to the EU market will still need a CE mark on their products as the UKCA mark is not recognised by the EU. The CLC has updated its guidance on product markings to reflect the delay.

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