Norway is a member of the WTO and consists of a highly developed economy that operates on a mixed economy basis. The country has a very strong economy despite being small in size and economic growth is mainly boosted by its oil and gas industry, alongside the manufacturing, and agriculture and aquaculture sectors.
The country engages in foreign trade by mainly exporting energy products and importing manufactured goods. It mainly trades with EU members as well as non-EU countries such as Nigeria, China, South Korea, Japan, and the US among other countries. Its trade of balance showcases a surplus.
Major exports include petroleum and oil, fish, minerals, wood products, seafood, chemicals, forests, unwrought metalsand more while imports include machinery, industrial supplies, foodstuffs, metals and more.
Norway is not a member of the EU but is part of the EFTA body, and this helps it to negotiate free trade agreements. Norway enjoys free trade with other countries under the EFTA as well as with non-EU countries such as Canada and Mexico among other countries. The country is also a member of the European Economic Area and Norway applies trade policy rules by the European Union.
Hence, you can learn more about the sea and air freights in the country to help you advance your international trade interests with the country.
Norway oversees an extensive sea freight forwarding in most ports of the country, of which the biggest ones are described below:
Situated in Bergen, Norway, this port dates back to 11th century around 1070 AD. The port has excellent facilities and well-maintained port equipment that handle cargo traffic exceeding 11.1 million tons.
The major ground transport for the port to neighboring regions includes well-established rail and road links.
Opened in 2004, this port is located in Akershusstranda in Oslo, Norway. It occupies over 615 hectares and has well-maintained port facilities that handle over 260,000 TEU container throughput annually with expansion plans expected to handle 450,000 TEU once completed. The port’s cargo tonnage exceeds 1.5 million tons.
It has well-established road and rail connections to nearby regions in the country.
With its history dating back to the 1870s, this port is located in Narvik municipality in Norway. The port handles a cargo tonnage exceeding 4.9 million tons through its well-maintained port equipment and state-of-the-art port facilities.
It has good rail transport connections to other regions in the country.
Below describes an overview of air freight forwarding in major airports of Norway.
This airport began its operations in 1935 and is located in Værnes in Stjørdal municipality, Trøndelag County in Norway. The airport has well-established port facilities and well-maintained port equipment that handles over 5.3 million tons of cargo.
The airport has good road and rail connections as its major ground transport to neighboring areas within the country.
Located in Gardermoen in Oslo, Norway, this airport spreads over 275 acres. It was first established in 1912 as a landing field for the army. The airport has well-maintained facilities and equipment that handle about 40,000 tons of cargo yearly. It has well-maintained rail and road links to its neighboring regions in the country.
Located in Flesland in Bergen, Hordaland, Norway, this is the second busiest airport and was opened in 1955. The airport handles about 5,200 tons of cargo and has good road and rail links to its surrounding regions within the country.
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