Logistics in Norway

Overview by Globlatrade.net:
Main Useful Means of Transport
Sea transport is the dominant form of international transport: about 90 % of freight volume to and from Norway is done by shipping. Port of Oslo is the Norway's largest cargo port and the main gateway for containers and passengers. The port is located at the end of the Oslo Fjord with good transport connections to the rest of the country. In 2007 cargo throughput of the port of Oslo was 6,3 million tons. Overall Norway's merchant fleet is the fifth largest in the world

Road transport accounts for almost 50 % of cargo transport in Norway. 44 percent is done by ships and the rest occurs in railways. The road and rail infrastructure is mostly in very good condition. A list of Norwegian cargo agents can be found here.

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By Air

Oslo International Airport (Gardermoen)
Bergen Airport
Stavanger Airport
Transport Professionals
SAS Cargo
Government Transport Organizations

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By Road

Transport Professionals
DHL Norway
TNT Norway
Schenker Norway
Government Transport Organizations
Norwegian Public Roads Administration

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By Rail

Transport Professionals
Cargonet - primary freight train operator.
Hector Rail
Government Transport Organizations
Norwegian National Rail Administration

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