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We understand that moving home can be a stressful time for all involved, with our professionally trained European removal crews and dedicated move managers we are confident that we can help relieve any unnecessary move day worries.
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Moving to Norway is a simple process with the Movecorp, we can offer a part load service or a dedicated removal vehicle to collect your furniture we will then deliver your household items to your new property in Norway.
Movecorp offers a full packing or part packing removals service if you require or if you prefer we can supply you with a range of boxes and packaging materials to pack your own items.
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:: Safe shipping Box ::
We understand that when moving house there are many important things on your mind, that’s why movecorp.co.uk offers a “Safe Box” service, we will provide you with a dedicated safe box that you can put any small items in like keys, remote controls, furniture assemble keys you may also wish to have a first night survival box, this may include bathroom essentials or children’s favorite toys.
Movecorp offers a cost effective removals service to Norway and we are that confident that we will beat any like for like quote from any professional moving company just ask your move manager for more information.
Oslo: 3-4 days
Stavanger / Bergen: 5-6 days
Tromso / Bado / Narvik: 6-8 days
We base all part loads on a delivery time of between 7-21 days, however depending on the day of collection or your requirements these can sometimes be reduced. Please advise us on your requirements and we will be happy to work with you to agree a mutually convenient delivery date.
Oslo Norway Information
Oslo is the capital of Norway. This city of approximately 550,000 inhabitants is considered to be one of the largest capital cities in the world in terms of the area covered. One end of the region is covered with forest area.
The city centre lies at the other end close to the bay and in between is the residential area. The Oslo port is the largest cargo port of Norway and an important part of the city’s economy. The city has been rebuilt in a slightly different location as the original settlement was prone to fires. Many museums are located in the city centre.