The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) has a common postal address. It is not possible to send post directly to the regions, departments, Vessel Traffic Service etc.
The postal address is:
Kystverket/The Norwegian Coastal Administration
The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) requires invoices in electronic format.
E-mail or PDF is not considered as an invoice in electronic format.
PEPPOL BIS is the international standard for foreign suppliers. Follow the link for more information about PEPPOL BIS.
Electronic invoice address / access pint to NCA is: 874783242
All units / regions of NCA are registered in the ELMA-register, which means that suppliers can also send electronic invoices to these access points: The ELMA-register.
Electronic invoices are delivered from the supplier's invoice system, or through online invoice portals / online banking, see: How to send an electronic invoice
If you do not have access to send an electronic invoice, paper invoices can be sent to:
N.B. All invoices NCA must be marked with order reference in the field "Your ref."
The order reference consists of between 8-9 numbers, starting with the number 3260xxxx.
The reference must be written coherently, eg. 32601234.
A New Proposal for Revised Maritime Traffic Regulations
On behalf of the Ministry of Transport the Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) have prepared a proposal for revised Maritime Traffic Regulations.
Eemslift Hendrika is secured – wil be towed to safe harbour
A lot happened during some hectic hours last night, Wednesday 7th of April. First, the Norwegian Coastal Administration mobilized according to their contingency plan against acute pollution, salvage crews managed to get on board the drifting vessel Eemslift Hendrika and managed to connect it to the two tugboats, and the vessel is now being towed to harbour in Ålesund.
The Norwegian Coastal Administration is working on salvaging Eemslift Hendrika
There is still a risk that the ship may capsize and pose an environmental hazard.
New regulation on Svalbard
On 12 March 2021, the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications laid down a new regulation on ports and fairways on Svalbard. From the same date two other regulations were repealed.
New maritime traffic regulations from April 1st.
The Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications has laid down a new maritime traffic regulation. This will enter into force on 1 of April and will replace the current regulations. The new maritime traffic regulations are largely a continuation of existing regulations, but with some important changes.
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