Norway Exports - Marketing Norway Since 1957

Norway Exports is a publication series that gives you an overview of leading Norwegian exporters as well as information about sectors, regions & trends. You can read, download or order publications – all for free.


• Since 1957
• Global distribution
• Norwegian sector trends
• In-depth articles 
• Cutting-edge companies
• Business Regions  

Marketing Norway to the world for more than 50 years
The first publication in the series was printed in 1957 and since then we have worked closely with the export industry to provide a structured overview of trends, products and services within the Norwegian export market. Over 15 different publications are made available on a global basis annually. Norway Exports was until recently a part of the Norwegian Export Council and is now owned by the publishing house Findexa Forlag AS.

Order free copies or read online
Norway Exports is an excellent tool if you are seeking general information about Norwegian sectors, or searching for specific products. You can read all of the issues online or order copies that are shipped to you free of charge. We can also ship large quantities of issues to trade fairs and events. All you have to do is indicate which issues you want along with the quantity and a shipping address. Click here to find the form.


Norway Exports Oil & Gas Norway Exports Maritime Norway Exports Seafood
Norway Exports Renewable Norway Exports randd Norway Exports Stavanger


Strong collaborations
Norwegian exporting companies may participate in Norway Exports after an initial screening and selection process. Norway Exports collaborates closely with the Norwegian trade portal and all Norway Exports’ issues are developed in close cooperation with the relevant Ministries, industry branch organizations and research institutions.

Join our nettwork
As a partner you will get unlimited amounts of free publications for internal or trade fairs & events usage. We are constantly looking for new partners that can provide editorial input, new distribution channels or new networks. Please fill in the form at the bottom of the page if you are interested in a partnership, participation or have any questions. For Norwegian exporting companies click here for more information.

“Norway Exports is very useful to promote Norway.
We are sending them out to institutions in our network
like importers, chambers of commerce and associations
as well as we hand them out at the embassy.”
-Lía Rendón de Giacomino, Norwegian Embassy in Argentina

“The Norway Exports publications are very popular,
and we are handing them out on all of the trade shows
and conferences we organize.”
-Ewa Kwast, Innovation Norway Warsaw

"Norway Exports is very useful to promote Norway
and is an essential part of our communication on trade fairs"
-Paal Hovland, Innovation Norway Brazil



Go to to view and order free publications, or contact us at / +47 21 62 78 00 if you have any questions. 

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