To the door of businesses abroad

If you are sending parcels direct to businesses abroad, Business Parcel is the solution for you.

In some countries, the parcel is delivered to the post office nearest to the business.

The mailing item can be tracked.

  • Delivered to the nearest post office in some countries
  • Import and customs clearance are included in the price, with some exceptions
  • EDI can be used in the Nordic Region
  • Maximum weight 35 kg per parcel to countries within the Nordic Region and 30 kg per parcel to the rest of the world

Tell me what to do

1
You

You

You can order through this site or via EDI, and we will collect your parcel if you have a pick-up and delivery agreement with us. If not, you can hand the parcel in to the nearest post office or post-in-shop.

If your parcel is over 120 x 60 x 60 cm, missing packaging or is roll-shaped, it must be sorted manually. This incurs a surcharge from December 1, 2018 (PDF). 

Before sending your parcel abroad, you must print out an approved transport label or fill out an address card and attach it to the customs documentation.
 

2
Us

Us

The transit times for Business Parcel vary depending on which country you are sending goods to. You can find transit times for the country you want to send to here (PDF) (LINK).

The mailing item can be tracked to most countries.
 

3
The recipient

The recipient

The mailing item will be delivered direct to the door in price zones 1-6 (PDF) (LINK). In some countries, the parcel is delivered to the post office nearest to the recipient.

How much does it cost?

The price is based on the basic price and kilo surcharge and includes collection from and delivery to the recipient country. Additional charges including a fuel surcharge must be taken into account.

Export and import declarations as well as delivery to the recipient's door are also included for most countries. The recipient pays for customs and VAT. 

All prices are stated in NOK and exclude VAT. Prices are subject to change.
 

Useful customs information

If you are sending parcels abroad, customs clearance is always included in the postage, with some exceptions. The correct customs documentation is important to avoid stoppages and delays relating to customs processing.

Below you will see which customs documents are required for your recipient to receive the parcel as quickly as possible:

With the exception of zone 7, the fee for export and import declarations is included in the freight charge. It may be worth considering that in some recipient countries there may be costs for disbursement of import fees; this can also apply to recipients who do not have customs credit.

If you need help filling out the customs documents, you can visit the customs clearance documents page. You can find out more about customs clearance here.