CE mark supreme, says UK's ABHI (Association of British Health-Care Industries):
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new UK quality mark, British Made for Quality (BMfQ), is due to be unveiled next month as part of a new campaign to promote UK-manufactured goods for both the domestic and export markets. For the British medical devices industry, however, the "CE mark is the only mark we need to guarantee safety, quality and performance", Gordon Aylward, director-general of the Association of British Health-Care Industries (ABHI), told Clinica. The ABHI does not encourage the introduction of additional quality marks, he said, adding that there has been "quite a campaign to avoid other marks appearing".
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