CE Marking is driven by the Construction Products Regulations (CPR), which will have to change after Brexit.  Thankfully, if you manufacture or import products for the UK market where CE Marking is mandatory (i.e. there is a Harmonised European Norm (hEn)) changes will be minimal for most.  For products placed on the UK market after exit day there will be an equivalent UK Mark available if you use a UK Approved Body.  If you use an EU Recognised notified body you can continue to use the CE Mark.  If you are exporting to the EU, you will be required to use an EU based notified body.  It is vital that you talk to your current notified body to understand how there status and how this will impact your product marking requirements.  FIS and our umbrella body Construction Products Association will continue to monitor and report on any change in this area.

Information is included in our Brexit Checklist available here and MHCLG are also providing guidance specifically on the CPR here.