An Overview of Norway
- Norway has a population of 5.39 million.
- Capital: Oslp
- Official Language: Norwegian & Sami
- Total Area: 385,207 km²
- Currency: Norwegian Krone
Economic Statistics of Norway
- Norway has reached a GDP of 414.23 billion USD. Its largest industries are
- Natural Gas
- Food Processing
- Ship building
- The breakdown of Norway’ GDP Composition includes
- Services (63.5%)
- Industry (34.7%)
- Agriculture (1.6%)
- The main importers of Norway’s goods are
- United Kingdom (21.1%)
- Germany (15.5%)
- Netherlands (9.9%)
- Sweden (6.6%)
- France (6.4%)
- While the main exporters to Norway are
- Sweden (11.4%)
- Germany (11.0%)
- United Stated (6.8%)
- South Korea (6.7%)
The Printing Industry in Norway
- As the economy in Norway has grown, there is an increased need to buy printers, consumables such as inks and makeups and cleaning solutions.
- A person working in Publishing and Printing in Norway typically earns around 555,000 NOK per year. Salaries range from 255,000 NOK (lowest average) to 1,000,000 NOK (highest average, actual maximum salary is higher).
- The largest companies by turnover in Norway in the industry Printing and reproduction of recorded media are Skanem, Bekken & Strøm, 07 Invest, Norges Blindeforbund, and Schibsted Trykk Oslo.
- Revenue in the Print Newspapers & Magazines segment is projected to reach US$968m in 2021. It is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2021-2025) of -4.12%, resulting in a projected market volume of US$818m by 2025.
- As a result, more people in Norway are looking for printers for sale whether from domestic sources or via imports.
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The Packaging Industry in Norway
- The largest companies by turnover in Norway in the Packaging industry are Peterson Packaging, Jackon, Hexagon Ragasco, Ranheim Paper & Board, and Glomma Papp.
- The Norwegian forest-based sector is in need of new, large volume users of forest-based products. The upcoming algae industry may find opportunities for use of rest residual raw materials in high volume applications. The waste management industry will find opportunities for value addition of its material streams.
- It is projected that the revenue of packaging activities in Norway will amount to approximately 89,5 million U.S. Dollars by 2023
- This boosting economy in Norway will continue to drive demand for industrial inkjet printer, printing equipment, printing parts, printing consumables such as inks, make ups and cleaning solutions.
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The Manufacturing Industry in Norway
- In Norway, manufacturing accounts for 27 percent of total production, mainly: food, beverages and tobacco (5 percent); refined petroleum, chemicals and pharmaceutical products (4 percent); machinery and equipment (3 percent); fabricated metal products (2 percent); ships, boats and oil platforms (2 percent); computer and electrical equipment (2 percent); repair, installation of machinery (2 percent); rubber, plastic and mineral products (2 percent); and basic metals (2 percent).
- The manufacturing industry accounts for around 9 per cent of the GDP of mainland Norway. The number of people employed in this sector was falling at the beginning of the 1980s and was around 300,000 in 2000.
- The estimated value creation in general government currently comprises around 14 per cent of the GDP.
- Hence, Norway’s expanding manufacturing sector has increased demand for printing and industrial ink such as Videojet ink, Inkjet refills, and Hitachi parts.
Sea Ports and Trading Hubs of Norway
Camainks uses the Port of Oslo when exporting printing products to Norway
For importing Inkjet printers, Citronix printers, Videojet inks, and other spare parts, Camainks uses the largest port of Oslo when exporting to our clients in Norway. We have exported items such as inkjet printers, CIJ printers, laser printers, and specialized brands of printer consumables including:
- Videojet inks
- Domino inks
- Citronix CIJ inks
- and other printer spare parts
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What Printers and Ink Do Norway Import?
Although Norway does have some manufacturers for printers and ink like Risograph ink and Domino Inkjet printer, Norway still needs to import from countries such as Sweden, Germany, China, United States, and South Korea. This demand for importing printers and ink in Norway is due to its fast-growing economy. Some printers, ink, and related consumables that Norway imports from these countries include,
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What Regulations Are There on Importing Printers and Ink to Norway?
- Norwegian tariffs for industrial goods are low, usually between 3% and 6%. Goods imported from an EEA country are free from import duty. Any import of products is subject to Value Added Tax, which is currently levied at 25% (standard rate, though four other rates are in place).
- You have to submit the declaration to Norwegian Customs when you arrive in Norway to declare your goods. If you are unable to be present during customs processing, you must ensure that whoever is transporting the goods for you can present the declaration that is signed by you. The goods will not be processed until the declaration has been submitted and correctly filled in.
- The Union Customs Code (UCC) was adopted in 2013 and its substantive provisions apply from May 1, 2016. It replaces the Community Customs Code (CCC). In addition to the UCC, the European Commission has published delegated and implementing regulations on the actual procedural changes. These are included in Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/2446, Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/341 and the Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2447.
- Many EU/EEA countries maintain their own list of goods that are subject to import licensing. The Norwegian Directorate of Customs’ list of goods with import restrictions can be found on their website.
- The European chemical regulations (REACH) on the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals applies in Norway through the EEA Agreement. In Norway, these regulations have been incorporated into the REACH Regulations.
- Because inks contain hazardous chemicals, it is important to follow Norway’s import regulations.
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Why Should Norway Import Printers and Ink?
Availability - The local industry has limited capacity and some clients in Norway require printers and ink promptly.
High Product Cost - Given the domestic competition in Norway, printers and the continuous ink supply are more expensive to buy domestically than on the world market.
Product Quality - While most international suppliers have a good brand reputation and quality, some smaller domestic manufacturers in Norway can have variant product quality.
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Where Can I Buy Printers and Ink for Norway?
If you are looking for individual use printers and inks, there are many domestic manufacturers and distributors available in Norway. However, if you looking for large quantities of inks, make ups and cleaning solutions, Camainks has been exporting print products such as Videojet ink, Linx printing technologies, and Markem Imaje 2200 to clients in Norway. Feel free to contact us at [email protected] or WhatsApp us at +86-131-2037-9271 for a FREE quotation. We also ship worldwide; for other countries, check out our experience here.