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RW Freight Services is the carrier for my exports to Sweden. They always collect from me on time - they are an excellent company who know what they are doing. I look forward to using them again in the future.

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Have no problems at all with RW Freight as everything went as planned, Excellent impression of your company.

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Salmon exports from Norway to China fall

Salmon exports from Norway to China fell to 355 tonnes last week from 523 tonnes the previous week. However, this was an increase from just 15 tonnes in the corresponding week last year. Exports to China remain small when compared ...Read More

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Norway salmon exports to China increase

Salmon exports from Norway to China rose to 395 tonnes during the second week of December,from 291 tonnes the previous week, and from 109 tonnes in the corresponding week last year, data from Seafood Norway showed. Volumes to China remain ...Read More

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Norway Clears Shipping Lines Acquisition

The Norwegian Competition Authority has approved the proposed acquisition of the Norwegian freight shipping firm, Nor Lines, by the Dutch logistics company, Samskip. The competition commission decided that the acquisition of activities associated with Nor Lines AS would not result ...Read More

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Norway signs agreement on salmon exports to China

Norway has agreed in principle to begin farmed salmon exports to China after a seven-year trade conflict. "For some weeks now there have been discussions between the Food Safety authorities in China and Norway on how we can ensure predictability ...Read More

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Oslo airport imports biofuels from California

Oslo airport is importing jet fuel made from waste cooking oil in California. This has invoked criticism that shipping and trucking it more than 16,000 kilometers (10,000 miles) invalidates environmental benefits. Oslo was the first international airport hub to offer ...Read More

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Norway seafood exports up a record 26% in 2016

Norway has beaten all previous records, and exported seafood worth NOK 65 billion (€7.3bn) this year to date; an increase of 26%, or NOK 13.2bn, compared with last year. September exports marked an all time high, totalling NOK 8.8bn, an ...Read More

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Sales and exports soar for cleaning product firm

A Yorkshire based cleaning products company has recorded what it described as “unprecedented” sales at the end of its financial year, with export sales up by 68 per cent. Demand for the range from overseas, from countries including Norway, China ...Read More

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Norway Power Dispute over gas exports

A dispute in Norway is centred on Nyhamna, a gas processing plant being expanded with freight-train sized modules to allow it to supply about 22 million European homes. Norway is set to export an unprecedented amount of the fuel to ...Read More

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Finland Post to cease air and sea freight business in Scandinavia

Finland’s postal operator, Itella, said it will abandon its business activities in the fields of air and sea freight in Scandinavia in order to improve profitability within the organisation. Itella will give up service warehouses in Sweden, Norway and Denmark ...Read More

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Norway seafood exports hit by Ukraine crisis

The military and political crisis in Ukraine has caused Norwegian seafood exports to the country to drop by nearly 40% so far this year, according to figures from the Norwegian Seafood Council. The country’s February Maidan revolution has plunged it ...Read More

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Norway, Kazakhstan Seeking to Expand Cooperation

Already cooperating and supporting each other in world nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament efforts, Norway and Kazakhstan are seeking to expand cop-operation in the areas of imports and exports. Oil and natural gas are the largest exports of Norway, followed by ...Read More

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Poland now top customer for Norway fish exports

Poland is now Norway’s largest export market for seafood, partly due to soaring cod exports to the country. Figures from the first quarter of 2014 show that Poland is now the biggest buyer of Norwegian seafood, in value, noted the ...Read More

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Free Trade Agreement may have big consequences for Norway exports

The Norwegian government said that the free trade agreement being negotiated between the EU and US could have serious consequences for Norway’s seafood exports. At the end of March, the government issued a new report on the consequences of an ...Read More

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Seafood exports from Norway show continued growth

Seafood exports worth NOK 5.4 billion (USD 903 million) from Norway in February, represented an increase of NOK 1.2 billion (USD 200.7 million) or 29 per cent compared to February last year, according to figures from the Norwegian Seafood Council. ...Read More

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Norway expects a 5% to 10% increase in salmon exports to Malaysia

Norway expects to increase the volume of its salmon exports to Malaysia this year by 5% to 10% from 1,900 tonnes in the previous year. Norwegian Seafood Council Regional Director South-East Asia, Christian Chramer, said the target would be achieved ...Read More

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Norway wood exports to EU increase

Norway's exports to the EU countries are performing very well. The volume of softwood logs shipped by Norway to European Union member countries, from January to November 2013, has increased by 51% compared with the same period in 2012. In ...Read More

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Norway Fish Exports at all-time high

EXPORTS of Norwegian seafood in January soared in value by 25 per cent to 5.9 billion Norwegian kroners (NOK) – an increase of NOK 1.2 billion over January last year. One of the reasons for this was the continued high ...Read More

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Russia banning fish imports from Norway

Russian vets recently returned from a visit to Norway;they are unsatisfied with the food safety control and want to stop all import of fresh fish and fish products from Norway. Norway exports salmon to 120 different markets; only the Russian ...Read More

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Import from Oslo of famous tree

The world's most famous Christmas tree was exported from Norway via Immingham to London. Shipping free of charge on DFDS, the tree arrived on Saturday 30 November and is on forwarded by lorry. It is decorated in traditional Norwegian style, ...Read More

Freight Train takes the strain

The equivalent of approximately 12500 freight truckloads per year is transported to Northern Norway by train.  The freight train travels from Alnabru in Oslo to Narvik in the north via Kiruna in Sweden.  This takes about 26 hours, which is ...Read More

Additional Freight Services to Arctic Circle

The Finnmark region in Norway will soon benefit from additional freight services supplied by a combination of rail and truck. The town of Narvik currently has three freight train services from Oslo per week.  From February there will be three ...Read More

Norway Seafood Export Record

Last month, seafood exports from Norway were up in value by 32 per cent, compared with last year.  This represented the highest-ever value of Norwegian seafood exports for one month.  The increase is largely due to sales of salmon for ...Read More

Controversial Shipping route

The Russian Prime Minister was promoting a controversial shipping route at the Barents summit in Kirkenes, Norway, earlier this month. The shipping route along Russia's northern border between Europe and Asia.Dmitry Medvedev said that freight turnover along the North Sea ...Read More

India Shipping Strength

In April a delegation from Norway visited India to participate in a joint working group; after a day of talks 25 business representatives visited yards, owners and ports in Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi and Gujarat. Indian shipping is set to boom ...Read More

Nor Shipping Event

The Nor Shipping Event opened its doors in Oslo on 3 June, to welcome top shipping executives from all over the world. As a new departure, the event is encouraging young people into the shipping industry by holding an Ocean ...Read More

Floods May delay Norway Freight

Flood warnings for Norway suggest that freight cargo may be delayed as major roads are closed in Akershus, Hedmark, Oppland, Buskerud.  Freight railway lines to  Trondheim, both via Dovre and Røros, have also been closed. The current warning is valid until Tuesday; ...Read More

Norway Ship Tunnel could improve freight transit

The Norwegian government has given its support to an ambitious plan to create a ship tunnel able to accommodate 16000 tonne freight and passenger ships. The tunnel would avoid the heavy seas around the Stad peninsular on Norway's west coast. ...Read More

New Air Freight Carrier for Norway

A low fare airline based in Norway has established a dedicated freight subsidiary to develop the carrier's freight carrying potential based on their existing 120 plus destinations. The first long haul destinations to be served will be New York and ...Read More

Norway exports waste

Norway has been exporting its waste to neighbouring Sweden, to fuel that country's heat producing incinerators.  Sweden has more burning capacity than Refuse Derived Fuel, so Norway is paying its neighbour to take delivery of its excess RDF. The ashes ...Read More

Norway Shipping Protection

The parliament of Norway has approved a new bill introducing permanent rules to enable cargo shipping to employ armed guards.  Ships will be able to use armed guards when sailing in high risk areas; the government will also provide naval ...Read More

Illegal Imports via Norway

Prosecutors in Sweden have issued international arrest warrants for two British men accused of smuggling garlic via Norway.Other smugglers have been arrested by police in Britian, Ireland, Austria and Poland for importing illegal garlic.  The main route for evading EU ...Read More

EU Criticizes Norway Import Tariffs

The EU's draft report on Norway for 2012 shows that Europe regrets Norway's decision to increase import tariffs on certain cheeses and meat.  However there is a good relationship overall, which should not be jeopardised by the new import restrictions.

Norway increases meat imports

Meat imports into Norway increased by 69 percent in the first nine months of 2012.  Agriculture in Norway is struggling to meet demand and the industry does not expect the trend for increased imports to reverse in the near future.

Norway import/export Trade Increases

Imports of seafood from Norway to Grimbsy are growing.  Both salmon and cod imports are increasing year by year.  Various trade events have helped to promote good business relationships between Grimsby and Norway, in addition to a reduction in salmon ...Read More

Norway Fish Exports Sinking

This year exports of fish from Norway are showing an overall decline of 5%.  In September, the main reason for this was the fall in the value of mackerel exports.  Even exports to growing markets like China have fallen again. ...Read More

Record Fish Exports from Norway

Demand for exports of fish from Norway remains high, even in countries which have been badly affected by the economic crisis.  In the first half of 2012, Norwegian salmon export prices were lower than in the previous year, bt volumes ...Read More

Salmon Exports from Norway growing

In July, the value of exports of Norwegian Salmon totalled NOK 2.3 billion, an increase of  NOK 58 million or 2.6% over July last year. This year to date, the value of Norwegian Salmon exports declined by  5% compared to ...Read More

Norway Oil Exports threatened

A strike at one of the world's largest exporters was unresolved on Wednesday as unions failed to agree with employers over changes to pension rights.  Exports of oil have slowed down, although gas exports have been largely unaffected. There have ...Read More

Norway Oil Exports

Although 700 workers on North Sea oil platforms off the coast of Norway have been on strike since Sunday, government officials are saying that this will not affect exports of oil. Not every platform is affected, and oil companies are ...Read More

Norway Oil Exports may be strike bound

Oil rig workers in Norway are in dispute with Statoil, one of the largest producers, over plans to change the pension system.  The National Mediator has set a deadline of 23 June for resolution of the dispute, but workers will ...Read More

Air Cargo limited by Norway Strikes

Although the strikes in Norway are not supported by 100% of workers, air cargo at Oslo has been restricted by the lack of security guards.  Air cargo handlers are coping with limited gate opening times, which means that most exports ...Read More

Cabotage Protest for Nordics

Freight transport companies and organisations in Denmark, Sweden and Norway are calling on their governments to temporarily opt-out of the EU cabotage rules. The trucking companies say that unfair competition from lower cost base trucking companies from the Baltic states ...Read More

Freight Conditions under Review

The General Conditions of the Nordic Association of Freight Forwarders are generally used within the Nordic countries (ie, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland) to regulate the rights and obligations of parties to a freight contract. The current edition of this ...Read More

Shipping between Murmansk and China

A gas tanker followed by three ice breakers left Murmansk on Saturday carrying gas condensate for China.  The journey will take two weeks, and the crew will collect data on ice conditions in the area. This is the first time ...Read More