Shipping to Norway?

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Introduction

Norway's ecommerce sales totaled 4.5B euros in 2015, coming second amongst nordic countries (behind Sweden, ahead Denmark and Finland) with 75% of Norwegians shopping online. Cross-border shopping is popular, with half of online shoppers buying globally, more than in other nordic countries (about 1 in 4).

Taxation

The taxation for a particular country depends on the local GST/VAT, as well as the item category and its declared value.

The tax & duty threshold is the amount at which a person begins paying taxes based on the declared value of an item.


CIF: import duty and taxes are calculated based on the sum of the customs value, shipping cost and insurance.

FOB: import duty and taxes are calculated only on the customs value of the imported goods.


Country
Norway - NO
Currency
Norwegian krone - NOK
Tax (VAT / GST)
25%
Threshold Method
CIF
Tax Threshold
350 NOK
Tax & Duty Calculation Method
CIF
Duty Threshold
350 NOK
Incoterms
The valuation method is CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight), which means that the import duty and taxes payable are calculated on the complete shipping value, which includes the value of the imported goods, the cost of freight, and the cost of insurance. In addition to duty, imports are subject to sales tax, and in some cases to excise and other import fee.
Import duties
Mobiles
0%
Tablets
0%
Computers & Laptops
0%
Cameras
0%
Accessories (no-battery)
0%
Accessories (battery)
0%
Health & Beauty
0%
Fashion
11%
Watches
0%
Jewelry
0%
Dry Food & Supplements
0%
Home & Appliances
0%
Home & Garden
0%
Toys
0%
Sports
0%
Luggage
0%
Audio Video
0%
Documents
0%
Gaming
0%
Books & Collectibles
0%
Pet Accessories
0%
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Rates

0.5lbs parcel going from United States to Norway
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Delivery Time
Courier Rating
Services
Shipping Cost

Our pick

FedEx - International Economy Pickup
4 - 6 working days
4.7 / 5 122 votes

Drop-off

FedEx - International Economy Pickup
USD 29.04
USD 80.67
- 64%

Cheapest

Global Post - Economy
10 - 15 working days
2.8 / 5 234 votes

Drop-off

Global Post - Economy
USD 12.20

Fastest

FedEx - International Priority Pickup
2 - 4 working days
4.4 / 5 123 votes

Drop-off

FedEx - International Priority Pickup
USD 33.75

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Restrictions

The list of restricted items changes frequently, so it's always best to check the official customs page prior to sending your goods.

Restricted Items
Restricted items are goods which must meet certain conditions before going through Customs Clearance.
Drugs and narcotics
Alcohol
Weapons and ammunition
Fireworks and Explosives
Birds and exotic animals
Potatoes
Meat and Diary Products
Plants
Prohibited Items
Prohibited items are goods which cannot be imported into the country.
Endangered Animals
Endangered Plants

Shipping Documents

Shipping internationally requires a lot of documentation, which can be confusing and time consuming. Easyship generates this paperwork for you automatically based on your shipment's information, making the whole process easy.
Commercial Invoice
Battery Statement
Tax Documents & Shipping labels

Additional Information

Outside Delivery Area
The courier may apply a surcharge when delivering to less populated areas due to the higher operational costs involved.
Non-working Days
Saturday and Sunday are considered non-working days. You may experience delays for your shipments on these days.
Public Holidays
Non working days also occur during public holiday. Please refer to the official Holidays Page .