Send a Parcel to Norway | Cheap Courier to Norway from UK
Send Documents, Parcels, Luggage and Pallets to Norway
Prices start from £31.57*.
Planet Couriers offers cheap, fast and reliable parcel delivery service to Norway in partnership with the world’s leading carriers such as DHL & UPS. Get your quote today by clicking the button below. You will then be redirected to our online booking platform – www.peleka.com
*price exclude surcharges
How much does it cost to send a parcel from UK to Norway?
It will cost as little as £31.57* to send a parcel to Norway from the UK, although the rates depend on the weight. dimensions and the delivery address of your consignments. Please click here to get a quote.
Do you deliver parcels to all parts of Norway from UK?
Yes, we do. Whether you are sending documents, parcels, luggage and pallets from the UK to big cities such as Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger / Sandnes, Trondheim, Drammen, Fredrikstad / Sarpsborg, Skien / Porsgrunn, Kristiansand, Ålesund and Tønsberg to the Førdesfjorden or anywhere else in Norway, we provide door-to-door delivery service.
How do I arrange collection for my parcel to Norway?
You can book your collection online and the courier will come and collect the parcel either from your home or work address. Alternatively, you can drop your consignment off at your nearest DHL Service Point. There are over 1200 DHL Service Points located in high streets and retail outlets across the UK. Therefore, there is bound to be a DHL Service Point near you.
How do I label a consignment to Norway?
It is essential to correctly label your consignment to Netherlands so that the courier can clearly see the address it’s being delivered to. You have to securely attached your label to your consignment using a clear plastic envelope in order to avoid the labels to become detached while the consignment is in transit.
What is the address format I should use for sending a parcel to Norway?
Norwegian Postal Codes are 4-digit codes. The numbers start at 00 and increase with the distance from the capital city Oslo. The highest post numbers are found in the county of Finnmark, near the Russian border , where they start with 95-99. The lowest post code in use is 0001 (0slo), the highest 9991 (Båtsfjord).
Stine Larsen [Name of person]
c/o Per Olsen [Name of landlord, company, whoever’s name is on the letter box ]
Leilighet 425 [Number of flat, room, dorm etc]
Storgata 6 [Street address: street name + house/building number]
0021 Trondheim [Postal code + city/town]
How long does a parcel take from UK to Norway?
Parcel to Norway normally gets delivered within 2 working days subject to customs clearance. However, parcels to remote parts of Norway can take longer and cost a little bit more.
Why should we use Planet Couriers to send parcel to Norway? Why not the carriers directly?
We have negotiated huge discounts with the carriers including DHL due to the large volume of shipments we are putting through their networks. As a result, we are able to pass on the savings to customers who are shipping to Norway.
Do I need to open an account to send a parcel to Norway?
No, you don’t. However, if you regularly ship to Norway for that matter any other destinations throughout the world, then it is advisable to open an account. As an account holder, you will benefit from additional discounts and will be making payment only once a month instead of making payment every time you book a shipment.
Do you offer extended liability cover for parcels being shipped to Norway?
Yes, we do offer extended liability cover to provide you with additional peace of mind and financial security. Please note that the liability does not include consequential loss of profit. It only covers the value of items which is the purchase price.
Are there any tax and duty to be paid on a gift item imported into Norway?
An item with a value of up to NOK 200, and gifts between private individual with a value of up to NOK 1000 are tax and duty free with certain exceptions. The exception includes alcohol and tobacco.
Items with value of NOK 350 and above (including freight and insurance) are subject to customs clearance and taxable.
What paperwork do I need to send a parcel to Norway?
When shipping to Norway, all goods have to go through Customs to be cleared. It is therefore important to ensure that all customs declaration forms are properly filled, as this will mean that your goods will have the correct duties and taxes applied, and will qualify for any exemptions.
If you are sending documents which weigh less than 2kg, then you do not need to prepare a commercial invoice. However, if the weight of your consignment is more than 2kg, you then need to prepare a commercial invoice describing the contents which include origin country and value of contents and then attach it to your consignment as it is a requirement by Norwegian’s Customs Authorities. If you fail to do so, then they will return your consignment.
Are there any items which I cannot send to Norway?
Yes, you cannot send some items to Norway through our partners’ network. Please click here to see the list of restricted and prohibited items. If you are not sure, please contact us.
How do I track my parcel to Norway on Planet Courier website?
You can track your parcel to Norway by entering the waybill number of your parcel on the tracking page.
Exporting to Norway from the United Kingdom (UK)
Norway is one of the most important export market for the United Kingdom. The two countries have been closely linked for more than a millennium. The annual gift of a Christmas tree has come to symbolize the warm and close relationship between the people of Norway and the people of Britain: Since 1947 the tree in central London has been a gift from the people of Oslo, in recognition of Britain’s support during World War II.
United Kingdom exports to Norway was US$3.85 Billion during 2017, according to the United Nations COMTRADE database on international trade.
Norway is the 9th easiest country in to do business according to the World Bank Report 2015.
Benefits for UK businesses exporting to Norway include:
- UK brands have a positive reputation in Norway
- English widely used as business language
- high living standards
- stable economy
- an open market
Strengths of the Norwegian market include:
- vast natural resources
- efficient business culture
- low levels of corruption