International Shipping from / to Norway
Shipping services to Norway
When deciding on how to ship to Norway, there are a few key factor that you are going want to look at before making your decision. First and foremost, look at the size and quantity of what you are trying to send. If it is something small and perhaps a one time item that you are sending, then perhaps you may want to choose a postal carrier such as FedEx or Parcel 2 Go. If you shipment is going to significantly larger such as automobiles or furnishings, then you will want to contemplate cargo freight shipping. You can look into Cargo Experts, GAC, or Barrington Freight to see if they meet your needs, both in price and transit time.
Security concerns when shipping to Norway
Norway unfortunately has some thievery in their postal system. Both the postal service and Customs may theoretically open and inspect your packages at random. This procedure lends itself to those few bad eggs within the organization of their postal system and some items are pocketed, never making it to their recipients. To cut down on this possibility, do not send anything of considerable value that cannot be replaced and be sure to take out a tracking number and insurance on the parcel before you send it. This way you will be able to keep tabs on your item and know if it indeed gets to where you intended it to go.
Transit times when shipping to Norway
This may not come as a surprise given the above mentioned warnings, but delivery to your end recipient can take a considerable amount of time. Some parcels have been known to take over three months to get to their final destination, making it a somewhat daunting ordeal to ship something there in the first place. As long as you keep this in mind before shipping something to Norway then you should be all set. This is why it is not advisable to send anything into this country that is time sensitive and cannot wait on the shelves of the Customs office or a local delivery company's back room until it gets released.
Norway has International Shipping to: Agotnes, Alesund, Ardalstangen, Arendal, Asker, Batsfjord, Bergen, Bergen Flesland, Bodo, Brevik, Drammen, Egersund, Fagerstrand, Farsund, Flekkefjord, Floro, Glomfjord, Grimstad, Halden, Hammerfest, Harstad, Harstad/Narvik, Haugesund, Holmestrand, Horten, Husnes, Kirkenes, Knarvik, Kopervik, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Langesund, Larvik, Leirvik, Lillesand, Lodingen, Malm, Mandal, Mo i Rana, Molde, Mongstad, Moss, Namsos, Odda, Oslo, Oslo Gardermoen International, Porsgrunn, Randaberg, Sandefjord, Sandefjord - Torp, Sandnes, Sarpsborg, Sauda, Skien, Skudeneshavn, Stavanger, Svelgen, Svelvik, Tananger, Tau, Trondheim, Tvedestrand, Lillehammer, Tromso
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