Shipping to Norway: The Definitive eCommerce Guide

This guide is designed to show you everything you need to know about setting up your shipping strategy in Norway. Unlock your growth, by utilizing our tools and expertise, in serving millions of shipments to Norway and beyond.

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Norway eCommerce Facts & Figures

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Shipping Rates & Couriers to Norway

Easyship offers a wide range of couriers & services that ship to Norway. Link your own courier account, or use our pre-negotiated rates to show the fastest, cheapest and best value deliver options for every customer.

Norway Shipping Tips & Information

Get helpful Norway shipping tips & information. Find out about public holidays and non-working days before you ship.

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Top courier services when shipping to Norway include, USPS First Class International, Hong Kong Post - E-Express & Singapore Post - Airmail.

When shipping to Norway, ensure you pack shipments securely. See our guide .

Popular eCommerce platforms in Norway are Amazon , eBay & Shopify .

Payment methods used by Norway are Debit card & credit card

Some merchants in Norway provide free shipping to consumers.

Saturday and Sunday are considered non-working days. You may experience delays for your shipments on these days.

Public holidays are also considered as non-working days. Please refer to the country's official Public Holiday page for specific holiday dates. Please refer to the official Holidays Page

Norway eCommerce Facts & Figures

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.

Norway calculates using the CIF method, which means the duty and taxes are calculated based on the value of the imported goods as well as shipping costs. See more about calculation methods here

Duties & Tax Details For Norway

Currency: Norwegian krone (NOK)

Calculation Method: CIF

Tax Threshold: 350 NOK

Tax (VAT/GST): 25%

Tax & duties are calculated on the price of the products only

Duty Threshold: 350 NOK

Import Duty Product Categories

Shipment items in an order will have relevant duties charged at this rate

Mobiles

0 %

Tablets

0 %

Computers

0 %

Cameras

0 %

Accessories

0 %

Accessories (Battery)

0 %

Health & Beauty

0 %

Fashion

11 %

Watches

0 %

Jewelry

0 %

Pets Accessories

0 %

Dry Food & Supplements

0 %

Home Appliances

0 %

Home Gardening

0 %

Toys

0 %

Sports

0 %

Luggage

0 %

Audio Video

0 %

Documents

0 %

Gaming

0 %

Books & Collectibles

0 %

We try our best to keep this information as accurate as possible, but this information is liable to change at any time.

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Shipping Documents

Shipping Documentation to Norway

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

Norway Customs: Shipping Restrictions & Prohibited Items

Confused on Norway customs and regulations? Before shipping to Norway (or any country), it's important to know if there are any special arrangements to make when sending them or even if they are legal at all. Get shipping regulations for Norway and other countries at Easyship.

Restricted Items

  • Birds And Exotic Animals

  • Drugs

  • Explosives

  • Meat And Dairy Products

  • Plants

  • Potatoes

  • Weapons

Prohibited Items

  • Endangered Animals

  • Endangered Plants

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

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