Shipping to Norway from the United States
Norway import tax & custom fees
Tax & duties are calculated on the price of the products and shipping costs
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 import duty and taxes are calculated based on the value of the imported goods as well as shipping costs.
Shipment items in an order will have relevant duties charged at this rate
- Accessories (Battery)obiles0%
- Health & Beauty0%
- Pets Accessories0%
- Dry Food & Supplements0%
- Home Appliances0%
- Home decor0%
- Audio video0%
- Books & Collectibles0%
We are constantly trying to keep this information accurate, but it may change at any time.
Shipping Documentation to Norway
- Commercial Invoice
- Tax Documents & Shipping Labels
- Battery Statement
- United States
- Your package's weight and dimensions1lbs
- Where is your package going?
- Please check your shipping weight and destination and then try again
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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 ForwardMe.
Cities in Norway. ForwardMe will ship American products to your door in any Norway city, including:
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