Are you a company or a private individual sending parcels or documents to Norway? With Expedismart.ch you can benefit from a good quality service.
Only a few clicks are needed to open a new customer account. In addition, we offer a fast and easy service at the best prices, which you can book through our partner carriers such as FedEx, UPS, TNT and Aramex.
How to ship a parcel to Norway? Required documents
When sending a parcel from Switzerland to Norway, please enclose the proforma invoice, which is automatically generated by Expedismart.ch. This document provides Norwegian customs with all the relevant information about the contents of the parcel. However, if the goods are resold after arrival in Norway, a commercial invoice must be enclosed. You can create this yourself or via our website. For more valuable items, it is advisable to take out insurance.
Compare the prices and services for a parcel to Norway on our website. There you can choose the carrier (FedEx, DHL, Aramex, or TNT) that will pick up your parcel at your preferred time and deliver it directly to Norway.
Necessary information for proforma or commercial invoice
Please complete the documents in the local language or in English
How is a parcel delivered in Norway? Customs duties
The import duties of the destination country depend on the local goods and services tax and VAT. The category of the shipment and its declared value also play a role.
Norwegian tariffs on industrial products are low, usually between 3% and 6%. Goods imported from EEA member countries are exempt from import duties.
How to ship a parcel to Norway? Forbidden goods
Make sure you do not send any unauthorised goods to Norway. The list may vary depending on the carrier (FedEx, DHL, UPS, TNT, or Aramex).
What is prohibited for import into Norway?
- Illegal drugs
- Prescription medicines that are not for personal use
- Alcoholic beverages over 60%
- Weapons and ammunition
- Birds and exotic animals
- Plants for cultivation
*The list can be adjusted by the receiving country.
How to send a parcel to Norway? Fragile goods
When shipping items that can break easily, make sure that you use sufficient cushioning material, for example newspapers, bubble wrap or foam. You can find our advice on careful packing here.
How do I send a parcel to Norway? The delivery times
The Norwegian Post delivers to all households during the day, except on weekends and public holidays.
With Expedismart.ch, you can benefit from fast and easy shipping.
How do I send a parcel to Norway? Public holidays
There may be delays in delivery on the following days. Please take these dates into account when planning a shipment:
- January 1: New Year's Day
- April 1: Maundy Thursday
- April 2: Good Friday
- April 5: Easter Monday
- May 1: Labour Day
- May 13: Ascension Day
- May 17: Constitution Day
- May 24: Whit Monday
- December 25: Christmas Day
- December 26: Boxing
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How is a parcel delivered in Norway? Shipment Tracking
You can find all the information on tracking and tracing on our website.
We will be happy to help you with any questions, please contact us via the contact form.
Checklist for international shipments to Norway