Just received my answer from the customs office... Basically they tell me Norway is not ment for the dropshipping business model, at least not when the supplier is located outside our country.
Answer from customs office:
The model you sketch is a method that is becoming increasingly common, but Customs has no special arrangements for this type of business. One might think that a simple way would be to send the invoice to you with shipping address your customers. At present this is not an acceptable solution to Customs who are required to control the movement of goods. The ability to control disappears if you have separate billing and receiver.
The best advice we can give you is that the goods are shipped and invoiced from abroad to you, and you do the customs clearance. In this case you will need to forward the goods to your customers along with the invoice.
Delivery time will not suffer under this method. As soon as you receive notification of goods arrival, you or your freight forwarder do customs clearance, and the goods is forwarded to your customer the same day.
It is really a pity since Norway is one of the countries with the highest average ecommerce consumption per resident each year. Ok, we only have a population about 5 million, but the market is screaming for a lot of products!
Well, it's not supposed to be easy! Hopefully the rules will change in the future, until then I might be better off focusing on the overpopulated american marked. :)
I guess I could find the info in Salehoo, but i'll ask anyway. To dropship in USA I suppose I will need some kind of licence? How do I get this?
Thanks in advance! :)