Welcome to the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce

NCCL is a non-profit, non-governmental membership based business association for companies with Norwegian-Latvian share capital, management or cooperation. Norway is one of the largest investors in Latvia with over 640 MEUR and NCCL has 100 members. We facilitate professional networking, exchange of experiences, provide relevant information and promote Norwegian companies, competence and business values. Members are invited to 35 annual business and social events with interesting topics, speakers, companies, stakeholders and networking opportunities. You are very welcome to contact me to hear more about NCCL and the value of membership. The film highligts our investments, industries, companies and experiences in Latvia.  

Our Corporate Members



Welcome to Amberfide as new member

SIA Amberfide is a Financial Planning & Analysis and Business Controlling outsourcer based in Latvia, specializing in profit / loss forecasting, budgeting, period-end closing, management reporting and ad hoc financial analysis. .. Read more >


Available jobs at DNB

Do you have knowledge of Norwegian language and have managerial experience – we have the perfect job for you... Read more >


Welcome to 5 new members

We welcome 4 new Small Business members and 1 new Individual member: Plast-Tech (producing horse-trailers for international export, located in Saldus), Arhīvu serviss (professional document storage, archiving and destruction services), RTS Baltics (international logistics company offering freight transportation between Baltic countries and Scandinavia) and Cecilie Lanes/ Cessa (Norwegian author, who has cooperated with Latvian artists and business since 2008). We also welcome Jahn Haldorsen as new Individual member.  .. Read more >


Meeting with Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Børge Brende

April 21-22 the Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende met with Team Norway. Norwegian investments and experiences were presented by NCCL, DNB, Livonia Print, Statoil Fuel&Retail/ Circle K, Møller Baltic Import, Linstow and Orkla.The reason for his visit was the 4th meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Nordic-Baltic (NB8) and the Visegrad Group countries. Børge Brende also had a bilateral meeting with the Foreign Minister of Latvia Edgars Rinkēvičs, discussing various bilateral and regional issues... Read more >


Ülemiste Shopping Centre by Linstow wins prestigious Award for the best Shopping Centre in Europe

On 19 April, the winners of the International Council of Shopping Centre (ICSC) European Shopping Centre Awards were announced in Milan Italy; Ülemiste Shopping Centre developed and operated by Linstow daughter company in Estonia Linstow Center Management, won the award in the category for large expanded shopping centers.   Frode Grønvold, CEO of Linstow Center Management, expresses that this is a great honour for both Linstow and Ülemiste and a proud moment for Estonia as this is the first time a shopping center in the Baltic States goes all the way through to the top in this prestigious European competition... Read more >


Tender for Latvian State Revenue Service’s head ends without results

The tender for the Latvian State Revenue Service’s general director has ended without any results, said Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) in an interview with the Latvian public television on Tuesday.None of the four candidates shortlisted in the second round of tender had been fit for the next round and the commission reported that the tender has ended with no results... Read more >

Latvian defense minister’s public approval rating highest among Cabinet members - poll

Among all members of the Latvian Cabinet of Ministers, Defense Minister Raimonds Bergmanis (Greens/Farmers) enjoys the highest public approval while Education and Science Minister Karlis Sadurskis (Unity) has received the lowest rating, according to the public opinion poll carried out by TNS pollster in cooperation with the LNT commercial television in early July... Read more >

Vejonis, his colleagues in Warsaw to discuss NATO’s role

 Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis during the NATO Warsaw summit will participate in a discussion on retaining the role of the alliance.According to the summit’s agenda, Vejonis on July 8 will participate in a joint discussion with Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Dukanovic. The officials plan to discuss NATO priorities in European and global security context, and other significant issues... Read more >

Latvian government approves new teachers’ wage model

 After three-year long preparation work, the Latvian Cabinet of Ministers today adopted the new teachers’ wage model that should come into force on September 1.Work on the teachers’ wage reform started in the spring of 2014 when Ina Druviete (Unity) was the education and science minister. Later a new model was developed by education minister Marite Seile, but it was not introduced because of the lack of political support and disapproval of cooperation partners... Read more >