Are you looking for a removal company to move to Norway? Compass Moving Services offers a regular removals service to and from Norway
Compass Moving Services offer a regular removal service throughout the whole of Norway. Our team has a wealth of experience, spanning decades in household removals, including fine arts and antiques. All our clients are given a personalised removal service to, or from, Norway which is tailored to suit their individual needs, whilst at the same time aiming for the most cost-effective service to fit their budget.
REMOVALS TO NORWAY FROM THE UK
Compass Moving Services assist hundreds of individuals and their families to relocate throughout the world and is one of the leading removal companies in the UK specialising in Scandinavian removals. We are able to offer a Dedicated Removal Service or part-load option. Call us now and discover how we can assist you with your forthcoming move to Norway. All our removal vehicles are fully equipped with a navigation system and are in constant contact with the office, along with our fully trained and uniformed staff, to ensure you of the best moving services to Norway. Our Dedicated Service consists of your belongings being packed and moved from your current home, and moved directly to your new home, without any other customer’s furniture or personal effects on the vehicle. We use the same experienced crew for the whole process of moving from the UK to your new home in Norway. We ensure that this service meets your selected moving dates. For any clients who only have a small amount of items to move or are on a very limited budget we are able to offer a Part Loads Removals to Norway. This service consists of your items being packed by us, if required, removed from your current home and taken to your new home in Norway. All clients’ items are inventoried and labelled to eliminate the possibility of any mistakes. Please ask for our schedules for part loads when you contact our office. We provide a removals and relocation services to all regions within Norway including; removals to Oslo, removals to Bergen, removals to Tromso, removals to Stavanger, removals to Odda, removals to Floro, removals to Alesund, removals to Bodo, removals to Drammen, removals to Hammerfest and removals to Forde. For any clients moving back to the UK from Norway we are able to offer a discounted price due to the fact that our vehicles are constantly in Norway. However dates must fit in with our planned schedules.
A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE THE SCANDINAVIAN MOVING EXPERTS; COMPASS MOVING SERVICES
Full Coverage Of Norway
Full Coverage Of the UK
Door To Door Service
Full Or Part Load Removals
Professional Packing Service
Fully Trained Staff
Air Ride Vehicles
Vast Knowledge Of Norway
Proud Members Of IAM
Corporate Relocation Moving
Norway is not part of the EU, so customs clearance is required. You must fill in a form RD0030 which is a vital piece of paperwork that is needed to import your personal effects into Norway. The declaration will allow your household goods to clear by Customs in Norway. We will guide you and help you complete the form. We have agents across Norway to allow us to clear your goods.
Copy of your passport, your Norwegian ID number, full Inventory (legible original and one copy in Norwegian or English) Norwegian Customs Form (original) must be completed and signed by the Customer
Customers presence at the time of customs clearance may be required · Used household goods and personal effects duty and value added tax free provided they have been in owner’s possession and used for at least one year prior to importation the Goods must show signs of wear.
Norway is a Scandinavian country located on the west side of Scandinavia and shares borders with 3 countries; Sweden, Finland and Russia.
Norway is a beautiful country with mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords and green spaces Land Area: 304,282 km2 (117,484 mi2) and Water Area: 19,520 km2 (7,537 mi2).
The population is around 5.233 million
The main languages spoken in Norway are Norwegian, Kven, Sami , Bokmal and Nynorsk. Followed by English, Danish and Swedish.
The currency is Norwegian kroon.
Norway is one of the richest countries in Europe and the Norwegian public finances are boosted by significant revenues from the petroleum and oil sector.
Traditional economic activities are shipping (fourth largest fleet in the world) and fisheries
Norway’s trade with the EU shows a surplus. Norway’s trade flows have traditionally been dominated by trade with the EU and it remains the first major import and export partner for Norway.
Education in Norway is a public education system and is one of the very best in Europe. The level of education in Norway is higher than the average in Europe. The education system is made up of primary school (Barneskole), lower secondary school (Ungdomsskole) and upper secondary school (Videregående skole). Primary school starts at ages 6–12, Lower secondary school starts at ages 13-16 and Upper secondary school starts at ages 16-19.
There are a number of very good International schools across Norway.
Healthcare in Norway is very good and. all hospitals are funded by the public as part of the national budget. However, while medical treatment is free of charge for any person under the age of sixteen, residents who are over sixteen must pay a deductible amount each year before becoming eligible for a medical exemption card.