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Alcohol sales made over the internet by Norwegian consumers, who purchase the goods in the US and then pick them up in Sweden are on the rise, according to Swedish forwarding company Locadi.

According to local press reports Locadi transports the beverage shipments from Germany to Sweden, where buyers then pick them up at a Locardi storehouse. The consumer is asked to pay for shipment costs.

The growth in the practise has caused Locardi to set up a storehouse at the border close to Trondelag, northeastern Norway. It has plans for other stores too.

No figures were disclosed in the report.


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