Gateway to the Norwegian Export Market

Norwegian companies have a reputation as world-class leaders in various sectors, and it is therefore important to improve their visibility in the international market. Navigating through the amount of information online often seems like an overwhelming task, and the effort that is needed to stand out might seem daunting.

To simplify this task, nortrade.com gives you Norway's most complete overview of exporting companies. The site provides you with a comprehensive overview of news, articles and key organizational links, making your search for information easier when looking to do business with Norway.

Despite the existing hindrances in the global market, Norwegian export companies have an amazing way of readjusting and adapting to opportunities in new emerging markets. The publication series Norway Exports is distributed to important meeting places for international trade, such as embassies, international exhibitions and chambers of commerce. Reducing the costs of accessing these networks allows improved visibility for a wide range of Norwegian companies globally.

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Norway, a nation powered by nature, has significant natural resource wealth and an ancient coastal culture. Having steered clear from the financial turmoil the rest of Europe has experienced, international trade is continuing to generate high levels of well-being and social cohesion.

As a country with an open economy, located at the “top of the world”, our prosperity and high level of employment are dependent on trade with other countries. International trade accounts for approximately 37% of Norway's GDP, and Norway is among the world's top five exporters within seafood, offshore technology and maritime services.

Given that the Norwegian coast serves the global market 33 million seafood dinners daily, it is a good example of how much Norwegian quality is sought after.

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