Removals to Norway – Let Schepens help with all your Norway Removals

Schepens offer clients a professional and cost effective international removals service — without compromising the quality of service upon which we have built our reputation. Our European removals service will take the stress out of moving to Norway from the UK.

Let us take care of Norwegian customs clearance

It is important to remember that Norway is a non-EU member state, so customs clearance is applicable. Schepens will take care of all aspects of customs clearance and make the process of moving to Norway much simpler. Additional charges for customs clearance will apply, please contact the office for further info.

REGULAR REMOVALS TO NORWAY AT AFFORDABLE RATES

Due to the heavy volumes in traffic we transport, we currently offer a regular service to most destinations and we are therefore able to provide more economical rates than other UK movers without compromising our service. We regularly help customers relocate to Norway and understand the most efficient routes to take, the customs clearance procedures and the best times to take the journey. Because we regularly deal with international removals, we understand all of the logistics involved with long journeys.

QUALITY, CLEAN & RELIABLE VEHICLES FOR REMOVALS TO NORWAY

We use a fleet of dedicated articulated vehicles for all removals to Norway. These vehicles run on air ride suspension and boast an adjustable baring system, which ensures little or no movement of vehicle contents. These bars also enable us to create partitions between consignments which prevent cross contamination. Our vehicles are alarmed, offering additional security and peace of mind.

WE ARE A LEADING UK PROVIDER OF REMOVALS ACROSS SCANDINAVIA

Schepens makes weekly runs to Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. Due to the amount of work we do in these countries, we currently offer flexible scheduling to a range of destinations in each country, so we’re able to offer affordable rates to movers without compromising our service. Our base in Jönköping is ideally situated for removals logistics throughout Scandinavia.

Why use Schepens for your UK to Norway Removals?

We are very proud of the success of our family-run business. Schepens are one of the oldest international removals companies in the UK and understand the logistics of moving items for long distances.

Our many years of experience has taught us that customer satisfaction is the most important aspect of business. Our friendly staff will make your move a stress-free experience and help you quickly become established in your new home.

Our movers are all experienced and trained to British Association of Removers standards. We will help you relocate to Norway safely, efficiently and without any damage to your valuable possessions.

The quality of our moving trucks is second to none. Our modern vehicles are designed to cushion their contents and have security measures to prevent theft during the journey to Norway.

Schepens can provide many types of packing materials for your move to Norway from the UK.

Our staff members are uniformed, hard-working, friendly, and trained to British Association of Removers Standards(BAR). BAR standards are the leading qualification for professional removals companies.

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    SERVICES WE OFFER FOR UK REMOVALS TO NORWAY

    Our specially trained Move Co-ordinators can help with all aspects of your removal to Norway and further afield including:

    • Professional Packing Services
      Why go through the hassle of packing your contents yourself? Our movers will pack for you using sturdy and sustainable high-quality packing materials.
    • Customs Guidance for Removals to Norway
      Norway has customs rules which can be difficult to understand. Because we have helped so many people move to Norway from the UK over the years, we are highly experienced in dealing with the customs process.
    • Schepens Insurance Cover
      All vehicles, movers and contents are insured when you move with Schepens to Norway.
    • Extended Liability Cover for Removals to Norway
      Extended Liability is also available, so you are covered for any accident that occurs involving a third party when moving to Norway.

    Fun Facts About Norway

    8 Fun Facts About Norway

    Mention Norway and people tend to think: Northern Lights, fjords, snow, mountains and maybe the Nobel Peace Price. Well, it won’t surprise you to know that there’s a whole lot more to discover about Norway, and we’ve picked out the 8 most fascinating fun facts about Norway we’ve encountered – so far!

    Norwegians are encouraged to forage for berries, unless they’re ‘cloudberries’. These are considered the ‘gold of berries’ and appear for just a few weeks in the summer. Try picking one of these in a fenced off area and you may get a farmer chasing you with a gun!

    The Telemark ski was invented by Sondre Norheim back in the 19th century – but that’s not where it all started. For that you need to go back 4,000 years! Ancient carvings on rock in northern Norway show prototype Norwegians on skis.

    Salmon didn’t feature in sushi dishes until a visiting Norwegian delegation suggested its addition in the 1980s. It proved so popular, especially amongst young people, that Norwegian seafood exports have benefited greatly over the past 30 years.

    Edvard Munch painted ‘The Scream’ on a hill named ‘Valhallveien’ just outside Oslo. We tend to think of it as an exploration of the individual’s existential despair. Munch, however, said he was painting a ‘large scream that passed through nature”.

    Ever been caught in a ‘maelstrom’ of forces? The word refers to being sucked into events beyond your power. In Norway you can see an actual maelstrom in Saltstraumen. It is the strongest tidal current in the world, and a terrifying spectacle.

    This fascinating town is so close to the Russian border that signs are bilingual, and many shops offer special deals tailored for Russian shoppers. During WW2 Russians occupied the town and you can visit a bunker with a gory history from that time.

    On the windswept, rocky coastline of Vardo you’ll find an extraordinary memorial to the women who were burnt as witches in the 17th century. Looking like an ancient longboat, cocooned in silk, the artwork keeps an eternal fire blazing in their memory.

    The Lærdal Tunnel tunnel is 15 miles long. It is easily the longest tunnel in the world. In fact it’s so long that features are incorporated to keep drivers alert. These include changing lighting states and caves every 6km to separate each section of the road.

    Schepens currently move to the following towns in Norway:

    OsloBergenStavangerTrondheim, Fredrikstad-Sarpsborg, Drammen, Porsgrunn-Skien, Kristiansands, Tromsø, Tonsberg, Ålesund, Haugesund, SandefjordMoss, Bodø, Arendal, Hamar, Larvik, Halden and Harstad.

    If you need a Norway removals service, then Schepens has the experience, expertise and local knowledge to offer you a smooth, trouble-free move.

    SOME TIPS FOR MOVING TO NORWAY | NORWAY GUIDE

    A useful guide for expats and newcomers to help with your move to Norway:

    Living in Norway vs UK

    Moving to another country means a change to absolutely every aspect of your life – from how you shop, to where you socialise, to what you do to relax. As long-standing providers of removals to Norway, we see the differences from the outside. But how do expats experience it in their daily lives?


    We asked clients who’d made the move to Norway to compare their experience with that of living in the UK. These are the responses they gave:

    1. Better Transport Infrastructure than UK. Norway is geographically challenged by fjords, mountains and sea. Despite that, it’s pretty easy to get around the country by train, plane, bus or car. Public transport is pricey but you can rely on it. And if you live in Oslo, you’re able to walk or cycle most places in the city, or rely on an excellent rail or bus system to get where you want to go.

    2. Norway has 50% More Coastline Than UK. Despite the UK being an island, it just doesn’t compare when it comes to length of coastline. Norway has 25,148 km of stunning cost, and the Hurtigruten ferry offers access to it several times each day. A side product of this natural resource is the fresh fish available – some of the best in the world.

    3. The Coffee is Equally Good in Norway and the UK. Norway is second only to Finland in terms of European coffee consumption. Norwegians consume 9.9kg per capita, per year – so it has to be good. And it’s not just the taste, or strength. The coffee culture is fun, and the coffee shops are lovely. But it can get obsessional, with people travelling to a city just to try out a new coffee shop!!

    4. Shopping in Better in the UK Than in Norway. Norway imports many of its foodstuffs, which is why they’re so expensive. And the selection in supermarkets comes nowhere near what’s on offer in the UK. Alcohol is also something of an issue. There are state-owned suppliers of alcohol that are only open at specific times during the week.

    5. Norway is Less Socially Competitive Than UK. Norwegians abide by a social code that requires they don’t boast about their wealth or their accomplishments in public. This is thought to deliver a happier society, where people are more focused on their family and their social responsibilities, rather than the acquisition of wealth.


    Schepens has been providing removals to Norway for over a century now, and we always enjoy the opportunity to work and experience this beautiful country. Our aim has always been to create stress-free removals for our movers, so that they begin their new life, in a new country, free from move-related anxieties.

    NORWAY MOVING GUIDE | MOVING TO NORWAY FROM THE UK | REMOVALS TO NORWAY

    Over the past decade of the annual World Happiness Report, Norway has consistently featured in the top 10 countries. It regularly comes top in the Human Development Index and the Legatum Prosperity Index  places it at No.1 in its rankings. Factor in the glorious landscape, workplace gender equality, and second-to-none childcare and education rankings, and it’s small wonder that working and living in Norway is a popular option for Brits.

    PLEASE CALL 01794 323558 FOR YOUR FREE NO OBLIGATION QUOTE ON REMOVALS TO NORWAY!

    If you’re thinking of moving to Norway to start a new life with your family, or if you’re relocating there for work, the logistics are complex. Schepens has been moving families to Scandanavia for over 100 years now, so here’s our step-by-step guide for successful planning when making the move from the UK to Norway.


    1. Entry Requirements and Visa

    So long as you have a British passport that describes you as a British Citizen, you can stay in Norway for up to 3 months without a visa. Thereafter you will need to appy for a Residence Permit. The application process is facilitated via the UDI application portal which give full details of all the documentation you’ll need for this process.

    2. Opening a Bank Account in Norway

    One of the first things you’ll need to do is open a bank account with one of Norway’s major banks such as Norges bank, Nordea or DNB ASA. If you’re planning to stay in Norway longer than 6 months you’ll need a Norwegian National Insurance number (ID number). These are  issued by your local tax assessment office.

    3. Finding a Job in Norway

    You’ll need to have a job in order to be granted residency. The jobs market is highly competitive and expats recommend that job-seekers learn Norwegian as employers prefer hiring people who know the language. Most jobs in Norway are advertised online.

    4. Somewhere to Live

    Expats recommend renting for your first year in Norway, so that you can take your time deciding where you want to put down roots. Cities offer the most choice, but tend to be more expensive. Rental deposits tend to be steep; three months rent is the normal deposit. It’s also worth checking what’s covered in rental as you’ll normally need to factor in utilities on top of what you pay.

    5. Healthcare in Norway

    Healthcare in Norway is high quality and affordable. It’s free for young people under the age of 16. In all other cases medical, dental and optician treatments incurs a reasonable fee for all treatment, until a financial threshold is reached, at which point treatment costs are covered by public insurance. Being registered with a GP is the gateway to all healthcare services, so finding one needs to be a priority when you arrive.

    6. Education in Norway

    Norway’s education system is highly regarded and young people are required to attend between the ages 6-16. Public education is free and all the classes are delivered in Norwegian. There are also a number of international schools operating in Norway. They’re expensive but they offer a UK curriculum and classes are taught in English.

    7. The Cost of Living

    Norway is a hugely expensive place to live. In 2022 it is in the top 10 most expensive place in the world to live. The high prices are offset by salaries but it’s worth researching the cost of staples, utilities, and commodities before you arrive, in order to be able to make informed decisions about the amount you need to earn earn in order to live comfortably.

    Working With an Experienced Removals Partner

    Many of our clients are managing their first European removal, and the sheer logistical complexity can feel overwhelming. That’s why we appoint a dedicated Move Co-ordinator to all our movers. This is someone with detailed knowledge of their destination and extensive experience of European removals. They work with you from preparing your no-obligation quotation through to managing the arrival of your goods in your new home.

    At Schepens we ship regularly to a range of locations across Norway which means we’re able to offer flexible scheduling, and the option of either dedicated or part load shipping. Every member of our removals team is BAR trained providing a professional and proactive service throughout your move.


    Schepens currently move to the following towns in Norway: OsloBergenStavangerTrondheim, Fredrikstad-Sarpsborg, Drammen, Porsgrunn-Skien, Kristiansands, Tromsø, Tonsberg, Ålesund, Haugesund, Sandefjord, Moss, Bodø, Arendal, Hamar, Larvik, Halden and Harstad.


    IF YOU ARE RELOCATING TO NORWAY, USE SCHEPENS!

    AT SCHEPENS WE’RE PROUD OF OUR REPUTATION FOR SECOND-TO-NONE CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR REMOVALS. IF YOU’RE THINKING OF MOVING NORWAY, CALL US TODAY ON 01794 323558 TO FIND OUT HOW WE CAN SUPPORT YOU IN YOUR MOVE OR RELOCATION.

    RELOCATING TO NORWAY | MOVING TO NORWAY FROM THE UK | REMOVALS TO NORWAY

    Norway is one of the most beautiful countries on the planet. It is also a very successful country, with a large economy, exciting culture, and strong democracy. The residents of Norway enjoy a high standard of living, with excellent public infrastructure, high wages, and generous working conditions. It is a fantastic place to live, which is why it attracts so many professionals and students who want to work and live there.

    PLEASE CALL 01794 323558 FOR YOUR FREE NO OBLIGATION QUOTE ON REMOVALS TO NORWAY!

    If you are relocating to Norway this year, make the process easier by using a professional European removals company like Schepens. With over 100 years of experience, we are the leading Norway removals company and have the expertise necessary to make your move to Norway easy.

    Each client is assigned a dedicated move co-ordinator at the start of the removals process. They know your destination well, and will be able to advise you on the most cost-effective way to manage your move. Our move co-ordinators guide movers through the process and are always on hand to help.

    WHY ARE SO MANY PEOPLE MOVING TO NORWAY TO WORK?

    The most common reasons why people enjoy Norway include:

    THE PRISTINE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

    The beauty of Norway has to be seen to be believed. Locations including Geirangerfjord,  Lofoten Islands, Bryggen, the Jotunheimen, and the Svalbard archipelago are all spectacular. In such a beautiful country, it’s no wonder that the most popular activities include hiking, skiing, rock climbing, and fishing.

    A VERY STRONG ECONOMY

    The Norwegian economy is one of the strongest in Europe; in fact it is considered one of the most economically stable countries in the world. It has a mixed economy with a combination of state-owned enterprises and private companies. The strongest industries in Norway include energy production, petroleum production, agriculture, forestry, fishing, and mining.

    NORWAY HAS A HIGH STANDARD OF LIVING

    Norway’s strong economy makes it an attractive destination for professionals from across the world. Wages are high and the unemployment rate is usually much lower than the UK’s. Norway has an extremely low crime rate and world class health system, which makes it a very family friendly location.

    NORWAY HAS AN EXCELLENT EDUCATION SYSTEM

    The Norwegian government funds schools well and public education is free, regardless of a person’s country of origin. Schools are separated into three tiers: primary school (Barneskole), lower secondary school (Ungdomsskole) and upper secondary school (Videregående skole). Children must attend school between the ages of 6 and 16. Norway is also home to seven universities, five specialised colleges, and 25 university colleges.

    WHY USE SCHEPENS WHEN RELOCATING TO NORWAY?

    Schepens is a long-established removals service with over 100 years of experience. Our company makes European removals simple and stress-free for our clients. The main reasons to choose Schepens for removals to Norway include:

    THE MOST AFFORDABLE REMOVALS COMPANY FOR NORWAY

    Schepens is a large removals company providing removals to Europe and Scandinavia. With weekly runs to locations across Norway we are able to offer affordable prices, flexible scheduling and full or part load shipping. Schepens never compromises on the incredible level of customer service we provide to our clients.

    A TRUSTWORTHY AND RELIABLE NORWAY REMOVALS SERVICE

    Schepens is a family-owned company that has been in business for over 100 years. We have built a reputation for being professional, reliable, and efficient. If you are moving from the UK to Norway, choosing a service provider like Schepens will ensure your move goes off without a hitch.

    WE PROVIDE AN OPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL PACKING SERVICE

    All clients moving from the UK to Norway have the option of using our professional packing service. When you choose this option, our BAR trained packers will complete the job in hours using sturdy and sustainable packing materials.

    A VERY ACTIVE REMOVALS COMPANY FOR NORWAY

    Schepens makes weekly runs to locations across Norway. By choosing a specialist Norway removals provider, you will be using removers who know the country well, and can guarantee stress-free removals.


    Schepens currently move to the following towns in Norway: OsloBergenStavangerTrondheim, Fredrikstad-Sarpsborg, Drammen, Porsgrunn-Skien, Kristiansands, TromsøTonsberg, Ålesund, Haugesund, Sandefjord, Moss, Bodø, Arendal, Hamar, Larvik, Halden and Harstad.


    IF YOU ARE RELOCATING TO NORWAY, USE SCHEPENS!

    WE HAVE THE EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND LOCAL KNOWLEDGE TO OFFER YOU A STRESS-FREE MOVE. CONTACT OUR FRIENDLY STAFF TODAY TO DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS. CALL 01794 323558 FOR YOUR FREE MOVING QUOTE.

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    Best Places to Live in Norway

    Best Places to Live in Norway

    The Schepens removals team always get great updates from the families we’ve moved to Norway. They tell us that because most Norwegians speak English, it’s easy for children to integrate with other families. The outdoor lifestyle gets a huge ‘thumbs-up’ from expats, especially if they’re fans of skiing. And the prospect of top quality higher education, minus the fees charged in the UK, is a powerful incentive for families with older children.

    Schepens has been moving families to towns and cities across Norway for over a decade now. We’re often asked which are the best places to live in Norway for families. In this blog we take a look at four different locations, in different areas of this extraordinary country.

    1. Stavanger

    Stavanger seems to package up all that’s best about the Norwegian landscape. In the course of a day you can encounter beautiful sandy beaches, mountains, fjords and rocky coastlines. It’s on the coast and is large enough to feel like a city, whilst remaining small enough to feel at home in.

    A few years back Stavanger was one of Norway’s most expensive cities. Since the oil crash in 2014, though prices have dropped considerably. What remains of the oil boom, though, is the excellent infrastructure and a wealth of great restaurants.

    2. Bergen

    Bergen is a small town with a big reputation. It’s home to the University of Bergen which makes it a lively centre with events going on throughout the year. It’s situated on the sea, and surrounded by hills – which may account for its above average rainfall!

    Schooling in Bergen is good, and there’s plenty of support for students who need extra attention and help. There are a number of private schools which have much lower fees than their equivalent in the UK. Housing is at a premium, especially in the centre, which makes it expensive.

    3. Kristiansand

    Norway’s fifth largest city is located on the southern coast and is known – unexpectedly – as the Norwegian Riviera. The reason for this is that it’s at the centre of a region characterised by tiny islands, secluded beaches, and scattered towns.

    In fact, there’s a beach right in the centre of the city! This beautiful location gets plenty of sunshine over the summer, so it’s a magnet for tourists. It’s also a highly attractive place to live with plenty of good schools and a great infrastructure.

    4. Tromso

    If you’re looking for an Arctic adventure, Tromso is the place for you. It sits above the Arctic Circle and is therefore subject to polar winters. The sun is not visible between 21st September and 21 January. Tromso is Norway’s largest fishing port, and is surrounded by high, snow covered mountains.

    As the capital of northern Norway, there’s a lively cultural landscape to match the natural arctic beauty of the region. Each year Tromso plays host to one of the world’s foremost film festivals. It also has a university which specialises in Arctic research, a symphony orchestra, and a theatre company.


    Schepens Provides Removals to Norway

    Wherever you decide to settle in Norway, you’ll need an experienced and knowledgeable removals company to get you there. Schepens drivers have experienced the Norwegian roads in the summer and winter; we know the country well. We can advise you on the best times to schedule your removals to Norway, and Schepens offers flexible scheduling to all our Norwegian-bound movers.

    Tailored European Removals to Norway

    Moving to a Scandanavian country is a complex logistical move, requiring expert support along the way. We allocate all our Norwegian movers a professional move co-ordinator. They will help to create a tailored removals plan according to your specific requirements. Once this is complete, we use it as the basis of your FREE no obligation removals quote.

    Schepens European removals services include:

    • Professional Packing Service. Our BAR trained professional packing team will pack up your home in hours, label all your boxes, and create a detailed shipping inventory.
    • Insurance. Your goods are insured whilst in transit. Should you require Accidental Damage, or Extended Liability insurance, we can arrange cover.
    • Specialist Removals Teams. If you would like to include a piano, artwork or antiques in your move to Norway, our specialist team will provide bespoke packaging, handling and shipping.
    • UK Self Storage. For movers that require storage in the UK, Schepens has a number of local storage facilities. We provide door-to-door delivery, and a secure environment.
    • Transport. Your goods will be shipped in one of our state-of-the-art removals vehicles which run on air ride suspension and boast an adjustable bearing system, which ensures little or no movement of vehicle content.

    Second-to-None Customer Service

    Over a century of European and international removals has taught us a good deal about customer service. We take great pride in our reputation for stress-free removals, but we know that it has to be earned on each and every move we complete. That’s why all our employees are industry trained, exemplify our values as a family business, and are always willing to go the extra mile for our movers.


    Planning a move to Norway? Call Schepens today to find out about the range of services we offer to support movers – 01794 323558

    MOVING TO NORWAY FROM THE UK | REMOVALS AND RELOCATION TO NORWAY

    IS MOVING TO NORWAY FROM THE UK TO WORK OR STUDY SOMETHING YOU’RE THINKING ABOUT? 

    There’s plenty of reasons why Norway should be on your radar. It’s a wealthy country, with a progressive society that supports a strong social welfare system, a  world-class health system and a high-quality education system. 

    Norway is a part of Scandinavia, sharing a border with Switzerland, Finland and Russia.  The country has a population of approximately 5.1 million people and its capital is Oslo — a beautiful city featuring green open spaces and some of the world’s best museums. 

    Norway is much bigger than the United Kingdom, with a total area of 385,178 km², compared to the UK’s 242,495 km².  Norway also has a much lower population density than the United Kingdom, with only 15.5 people per km² compared to the UK’s 255.6 people per km².

    WHAT IS THE EASIEST WAY OF MOVING TO NORWAY FROM THE UK?

    The thought of managing a move to Norway can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you don’t know the country. That’s why Schepens allocates move co-ordinators to each mover. These are professionals who know your destination well and can advise you on every aspect of your removals.

    THAT IS WHY MANY PEOPLE OPT FOR A SPECIALIST NORWAY REMOVALS SERVICE SUCH AS SCHEPENS  

    JUST A FEW BENEFITS WE CAN OFFER TO OUR CLIENTS:

    • Free No Obligation Removals Quote. Once we know the extent of your move, we’ll provide a detailed, accurate removals quote to help with your budgeting.
    • Insurance. Your goods will be insured whilst in transit. If you need additional Accidental Damage or Extended Liability insurance, we can arrange cover.
    • Customs Regulations. We know Norway’s customs regulations well. Which means we can advise clients on their customs paperwork.
    • Professional Packing Service. No time to pack? Let our professional packers do it for you. They’ll complete the task in hours using sustainable, sturdy materials.
    • Storage in the UK. If you’re working in Norway and need self storage in the UK whilst you’re away, Schepens has a number of local storage facilities in the south west, offering a well-managed and secure environment for your goods.
    • Transport. Your goods will be transported in one of our state-of-the-art removals vehicles which run on air ride suspension and have an adjustable bearing system, guaranteeing little or no movement of vehicle content.

    IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON MOVING TO NORWAY OUR SPECIALLY TRAINED BAR STANDARD MOVE CO-ORDINATORS CAN HELP WITH ALL ASPECTS OF YOUR RELOCATION TO NORWAY. CALL 01794 323558 FOR A FREE MOVING QUOTE

    Move to Norway | Norway Removals

    Life in Norway

    What is Everyday Life in Norway Like?

    Schepens is a UK moving company that specialises in removals to Norway. This means that we travel to locations across the country at least once a week on behalf of our movers. Do this mean we know what life in Norway is like? Not at all. However well we know the roads, the customs regulations, and the weather, we don’t live there, so we’re always visitors.


    We do, however, have a number of movers who have relocated from the UK to Norway. They are always happy to share their experiences with us, so we asked a few of them: “What is everyday life like in Norway?’. Here’s what they told us:

    1. The Level of Trust is High

    Living in Norway gives me a sense of security unlike any other home I’ve had, and it’s not just about low levels of crime (although that’s great). People trust each other, and they trust the government. The value system seems pretty strong, and people are able to unite around it. This trust makes you feel safe. My wellbeing is much better living here.

    2. The Climate is Difficult

    I live in Tromsø in the north of the country, so the temperatures drop quite badly in the winter. Although inland it’s much worse. The first winter I wasn’t prepared for how isolating winters could get. Everyone hunkers down and you can feel pretty excluded, although that’s not the intention. Summers, by contrast, are good and people are nice.

    3. Healthcare in Norway is Great

    The healthcare system is great, I can see why it’s considered one of the best in the world. It’s very safe living here and people are really nice if you actually get to know them. If I’m being honest, the food isn’t great. And by that, I mean that there’s not the range of options that I’m used to. It’s probably different in Oslo, but I’m in Alesund and it’s limited.

    4. Great Working Culture

    Working in Norway is a bit of a dream after some of my experiences elsewhere. Multiple benefits including job assurance, unions, good health & safety. There isn’t a minimum wage, but the unions make sure pay is fair, and I have no complaints. Plus, I get to have a say on what time I start and finish work and staying late isn’t a thing here.


    Schepens Offers Stress-Free Removals to Norway

    After a century of removals to Norway, and to Scandinavia as a whole, you would expect us to be good at what we do. Our aim is to use our knowledge of the country and our experience of removals to make moving easier for our movers. That’s why we offer affordable prices, flexible scheduling and full or part load shipping.

    Looking for Tailored Removals?

    An overseas move is a logistical challenge, and the Schepens team is on hand to help and support you every step of the way. We’ve created a detailed guide to help with your preparations for moving to Norway, and with settling in once you arrive. Each mover is allocated an experienced move co-ordinator who will develop a bespoke removals plan with you, and deal with any queries you may have throughout the moving process.

    Schepens removals services include:

    • Free No Obligation Removals Quote. Once we know what your move comprises, we’ll provide a detailed and accurate removals quote to help with your budgeting.
    • Insurance. Your goods will be covered during transit. If you would like additional Accidental Damage, or Extended Liability insurance, we can arrange cover.
    • Professional Packing Service. No time to pack? Let Schepens BAR trained professionals do it for you. We’ll pack up your home in hours, using sturdy, sustainable materials.
    • Specialist Removals. If you have items that need specialist removals, we have a team who will manage it. They are experienced in the removal of pianos, art, and antiques.
    • Self Storage. Should you need storage for items in the UK, Schepens has a number of local self storage facilities offering a clean, dry, and secure environment for your goods.
    • Transport. Your goods are transported in one of our state-of-the-art removals vehicles which run on air ride suspension and boast an adjustable bearing system, ensuring little or no movement of vehicle content.

    Schepens Removers Go the Extra Mile

    “Schepens did an excellent job with our move from England to Norway. Could not have been more pleased. I researched six different companies, as this was an expensive and complex move, a whole household of furniture and much else. While Schepens was not the cheapest, I concluded they would be best for this job, after speaking at some length on the phone. I was not disappointed. Well done.”


    Planning a move to Norway? Call Schepens today to find out about the range of ways that we can support your move – 01794 323558

    SOME TIPS FOR MOVING TO BELGIUM


    “Dear Chris and Tracey, we have recently returned from our new house in Norway and I just wanted to say thank you for all your help. Our container arrived just a few hours before we did and after unpacking everything we are delighted to report that there were absolutely no breakages whatsoever! Thank you so much for packing it so expertly. Your expertise made the whole process very easy for us and we will have no hesitation in recommending your services to anyone who needs to move belongings abroad. Thank you once again for all your help. Simon Biagi”


    IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE MOVING TO NORWAY IN THE NEAR FUTURE, CONTACT OUR FRIENDLY STAFF TODAY TO DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS. CALL 01794 323558 FOR A FREE MOVING QUOTE