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International Freight to Norway

Road freight to Norway is easy and straightforward when working with reputable experts like the team at Barrington Freight. We can ship a range of cargo either via full load, consolidated groupage, or express cargo to the whole of Scandinavia, including Norway. With experience spanning decades, our dedicated team is made up of specialists who know about getting commercial road freight packed and on its way fast. As such, you can rest assured that your consignment will arrive on time after being treated with the utmost care and attention. This attention to detail is even more critical in the post-Brexit trading environment when border and customs requirements are stricter and require more legal paperwork and compliance for goods to pass.

This is worth stating even though Norway is not a member state of the European Union. After all, some consignments of goods will pass through EU states on their way to and from Norway. Regardless of this fact, Norway is a member of the European Economic Area so certain of the trading bloc’s rules about international shipments are relevant notwithstanding both the UK and Norway sitting outside of the EU today. It is also worth noting that as the UK is no longer a member of the European Union, even road freight sent via Denmark is treated as cargo that has come from another international country. Working with an experienced team who understand all of the rules means you can avoid problems that come with the new regulations and cut through cross-channel delays.

Quick Door-to-Door Road Freight to Norway

Regardless of the traffic or road conditions, our knowledge of Norway is unsurpassed and will quickly get your road freight to its Norwegian destination. Our door-to-door service is available for commercial freight to Norway, so there is a guarantee you can depend on secure and efficient handling at each end of the job. In addition, it is straightforward to hire our team for our express two to three-day delivery services. Full-load transit jobs will typically take three to four days while our groupage rates, something that makes multiple shipments more affordable for many businesses, mean that goods can arrive within a six to eight-day window.

At Barrington Freight, we offer some of the cheapest road freight rates of any service provider in the UK. However, we would like to emphasise that you should not confuse our low pricing with low quality. Because we have deals with shipping partners across the continent, it means we can provide outstanding services at more attractive price points than our competitors. We will always do our best to keep our clients’ shipping costs down. Given that we also offer such excellent service, it’s no wonder we have so many regular customers who turn to us again and again for road freight services to and from Norway.

Express Road Freight Between Norway and the UK

Getting your shipment on the road used to be as simple as reaching out to our team to book a collection from your chosen pickup point. Nowadays, it is certainly still possible to ship to Norway via road routes, but because the country is an EFTA state (European Free Trade Association) and the UK is not, there are some additional paperwork and customs requirements to complete so your cargo can transit to Norway without undue delays at the border. Ensure you know your obligations, so there are no hold ups with your delivery. Also, please note that Barrington Freight offers high-quality customs clearance work. So, if you require a customs clearance agent to help you complete the necessary paperwork and to deal with customs officials both in the UK and in Norway, there is no finer firm you could turn to. At Barrington Freight, our freight forwarding work and our outstanding customs clearance service can be combined and dealt with under one roof for an even more efficient service.

Once you are sure to have all of the official requirements in hand, our express shipping is as simple as having one of our fleet of vans come to collect your consignment and to get it on the road. We have our fleet spread out across the UK so that they are ready to get your urgent consignments where they need to go. We can also arrange to have two drivers booked for jobs to Norway. The result is that loading can be handled much faster and we will be able to ensure minimal stops en-route are needed with a pair assigned to the job. However you wish to proceed, you can expect a swift, safe and secure freight service with our team.

Finally, it is also worth mentioning that there are multiple land routes for freight shipping to and from Norway. Direct ferry services which can accommodate trucks depart from the UK at Immingham. These make land at the port of Brevik in Norway from which onward journeys to the largest population centres can be made with ease. Alternatively, routes through Dover to northern France mean that hauliers can make their way to the country via Germany, Denmark and Sweden crossing the Baltic Sea via the E20’s long bridge. Alternatively, driving to the northern port of Hirtshals in Denmark means being able to access ferry services running to and from Kristiansand or Larvik, both in southern Norway.

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Where Is Norway Located?

Norway is located in Scandinavia, a part of Northern Europe. The country borders the North Sea to the west as well as the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea to the north. Norway, which is noted for its stunning coastline shares a land border with Sweden, an EU state through which much road haulage to the country passes. Norway also has less significant borders with Finland and Russia in the northern part of the country.

Where is Norway located?

It is located in Scandinavia, Northern Europe; it borders the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea. It lies west of Sweden, and has shorter borders with Finland and Russia in the north.