Norway Post or Posten Norge can be defined as the national postal service of Norway. The company is solely owned by Norwegian Transport & Communications Ministry which holds 100% share over the organization. It was actually founded long back in 1647 by H. Morian and was originally known as “Postvesenet”. The postal service was primarily a private enterprise but after 1719 it was the state’s monopoly. Currently, Norway Post is divided into 4 divisions such as Post, Distribution Network and Logistics & ErgoGroup AS. The company runs its operations through a huge network of 1,500 postal offices & “Post i Butikk” outlets (in-store postal offices) as well as 30 thousand post boxes. Posten Norge has its headquarter situated in Oslo. More than ten thousand post deliverers & drivers serve the country’s 2.7 M households & companies through 4,750 routes distributing letters, the packages & unaddressed mail 6 days every week. The products and services from Norway Post are letter services, parcels, mail box & P.O. Box and change in address, customs, financial services, tickets and philately. It’s good to inform that Norway Post always strive towards eco-friendly operations. Arvid Moss is the Board Chairman and Eli Arnstad is the Vice Chairman of the Group.
Norway Post Tracking
The Norway Post is offering for a post tracking facility as part of their customer service program. The tracking service is to help the customers to keep a trace on their items sent through the Norway Post. The company is providing the service over the internet via its official website and with the help of its online tracking tool. The customers here have to get to Norway Post’s official website and land on the “Track & Trace” page. The particular page features a blank box where the person needs to insert his package number or his shipment number. These numbers or codes should be placed in their original style without a gap or dash in between the characters as otherwise the tracking function cannot occur. After everything is done properly the next step is to click on the “search” tab beside. The page will come up with all the vital information regarding the status of the parcel.