New regulations for customs processing come into force on 1 January 2023

Since 1 January 2023, changes have been introduced to the regulations for customs processing. The changes relate to the importation of goods into Norway. It is therefore crucial that everyone who imports goods to Norway familiarize themselves with what the changes entail and understand what this means for their own company. At the same time, there is a requirement that the customs representative receives power of attorney to act on behalf of the party liable to declare.

Power of attorney required for customs representation

If Tschudi is to act as a customs representative (acting on behalf of the party liable to declare), a customs authorization is required. Read more about NHO's reasoning for why we want a written power of attorney here.

General power of attorney for importation can be downloaded and filled in electronically here.

If Tschudi is to act as customs representative, a power of attorney must be sent to Tschudi as soon as possible.

- The fields in brackets must be fully completed before the power of attorney is submitted.

- The power of attorney is sent by e-mail with the company name and organisation number in the subject field.

- If you need further assistance regarding the power of attorney, contact us before submission.

- The power of attorney should be sent to:

For queries regarding the new regulations for customs processing in Norway, contact Managing Director Per Møller – / + 47 9064 1671.

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