Overview In November 2021 United Kingdom exported £237M and imported £493M from Norway, resulting in a negative trade balance of £256M. Between November 2020 and November 2021 the exports of United Kingdom have decreased by £-41.2M (-14.8%) from £278M to £237M, while imports increased by £262M (114%) from £231M to £493M.
Trade In November 2021, the top exports of United Kingdom to Norway were Cars (£34.6M), Valves (£16.5M), Animal Food (£6.13M), Stranded Iron Wire (£5.21M), and Aircraft Parts (£5.2M). In November 2021 the top imports of United Kingdom from Norway were Special Purpose Ships (£160M), Non-fillet Fresh Fish (£35.5M), Petroleum Gas (£32.6M), Refined Petroleum (£23.3M), and Commodities not elsewhere specified (£19M).
Origins In November 2021 the exports of United Kingdom were mainly from Immingham (£96.9M), Aberdeen (£38.5M), East Midlands Airport (£22.7M), Dover (£11.3M), and Hull (£5.99M), while imports destinations were mainly Aberdeen (£185M), Immingham (£98.8M), Middlesbrough (£36.9M), Milford (£26M), and London Heathrow Airport (£21.4M).
Growth In November 2021, the decrease in United Kingdom's year-by-year exports to Norway was explained primarily by an decrease in product exports in Refined Petroleum (£-11.9M or -96%), Cars (£-8.73M or -31%), and Telephones (£-3.66M or -50%). In November 2021, the increase in United Kingdom's year-by-year imports from Norway was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Planes, Helicopters, and/or Spacecraft (£54.9M or 1.09k%), Platinum (£20.2M or 624%), and Gas Turbines (£9.82M or 316%).