If you are uncertain whether or not the commodity code you have found is correct, you may apply to the Norwegian Customs for a binding tariff information (BTI).
You must describe the item in detail on the application form. The application must be forwarded through Altinn (your digital government dialogue). You can upload necessary attachments (technical descriptions, drawings, brochures etc.).
You will receive a confirmation that the application has been received by us.
If you wish to send us a sample of the goods, you can send it to the address stated in the confirmation. You will also find a reference number that you have to mark on the package/samples.
You will receive a written response. The decision is binding for three years as a main rule. Be aware that the binding tariff information is not binding for items that has been cleared through Customs before the BTI was issued.
Previous decisions - BKU-søk
When the Norwegian Customs issue a BTI, we will also make a version of it available on the internet. You may search by product type or commodity code, and this can help you to find the correct commodity code for your item.