Postage to Norway

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Send parcels to Norway

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Shipping to Norway

Whether you’re sending a gift to an old friend in Oslo or something you’ve sold to someone in Bergen, our couriers are on hand to make sure your delivery to Norway goes smoothly.

Sending a parcel to Norway typically takes 9-10 days with Evri. With full tracking included in your shipping fee, you can keep tabs on it every step of the way.

If you sold your items on Amazon or eBay, you should have an IOSS number on your invoice. You’ll need this number when booking postage to Norway as it lets our couriers know that you’ve already paid customs charges so we can get your items to where they’re going faster.

If you haven’t got an IOSS number, we’ll still ship your parcel as normal, but the recipient will need to pay any local customs charges. This can delay delivery slightly, but it means you’re still compliant with customs laws now that the UK is no longer a member of the EU.

Cost of postage to Norway from the UK

When you send a parcel with Evri, you get a great courier service at a low price, whether you choose to use a ParcelShop, Locker or door-to-door courier service. You can send parcels internationally up to 15kg. Parcels are priced per 250g so you can save by providing the exact weight of your parcel. Full tracking and cover up to a value of £20 are included in your postage fee, whichever option you choose, to give you complete peace of mind. Sending parcels to Norway with Evri takes between 9-10 days on average.

Parcel size Prices from
Parcel size 250g Prices from £8.71
Parcel size 500g Prices from £9.71
Parcel size 1kg Prices from £11.40
Parcel size 2kg Prices from £15.38
Parcel size 5kg+ Prices from £23.00

How to send a parcel to Norway from the UK

Choose from three options when sending parcels to Norway from the UK with Evri.

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Book your parcel online, via our app or instore at your local ParcelShop. No printer at home? No problem. Use our Print in ParcelShop devices to print your label in store.

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Book online then take your parcel to your nearest Evri Locker. All you need to do is scan your barcode and pop the parcel in the locker provided ready to be collected.

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Courier Collection

Use our website or app to book a courier collection from your home or office. Just select a convenient time for a full door-to-door service.

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Sending multiple parcels to Norway

If you're running an online business, the chances are you have multiple parcels to send regularly. With our Bulk Integrations tool, you can send multiple packages to countries like Norway in one go, saving you time.

1. Link your Evri account with your marketplace seller’s account or upload your parcels using a CSV file

2. Book your parcels in one go

3. Package up your items and print off your postage label at home

4. Send your parcels using any of our 8,500+ ParcelShops and Lockers or book a Courier Collection

What you can and can’t send in a parcel to Norway?

When you use Evri to send a parcel to Norway, you can send lots of different things, but there are some restricted items. For full details on what you can’t send with Evri, check our prohibited items list.

You should also check the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and UK Civil Aviation Authority guides to keep up to date with the latest restrictions for sending parcels via airlines.


Save time and effort when you send your international parcel with Evri. There's no need to fill out a separate customs form, simply fill in all the required contents information online and we will do the rest.

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Address format for Sending parcels to Norway

When writing out a Norwegian address for your parcels, remember that the street name should come before the house number on the first line. You should also write the country name on the last line in capital letters.

Norwegian addresses also have the postcode before the city location.

For example:

Mr J. Bloggs

Storgata 6 

NO-7491 Trondheim 


But don’t worry, all you need to do is enter the right address information at checkout and we’ll make sure it’s formatted correctly when you print your label.

FAQs about shipping to Norway from the UK

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