Norwegian translation service is necessary for companies that cooperate with Norway. With five million Norwegian speakers, Norway is an attractive export market.
Why should you order Norwegian translations from Transly Translation Agency?
Excellent Norwegian translation
Transly Translation Agency has been awarded the international ISO 17100:2015 quality certificate, meaning that Transly Translation Agency complies with all the requirements for the provision of translation services. Norwegian translation you ordered from us retains the original meaning of the text, contains no mistakes and is natural-sounding to the intended reader. That is why, in the process of translating, we keep in mind the core meaning of the text and convey it in a way that is easy for the reader or user to understand. We firmly believe that a good Norwegian translation is one that can easily be understood by your Norwegian-speaking business partner, customer, or colleague, regardless of their background and mother tongue. We produce precise and terminologically correct legal translations. To achieve the best results, we will request additional information and review the source text where necessary. If you are looking to tap into Norwegian market, we are able to localise the translation to Norwegian audience – this is especially important when translating websites, marketing texts, safety data sheets and the like.
Swift Norwegian translations
We work fast. Thanks to Transly’s excellent technical capabilities, skilled translators, and smooth processes, our translation process is also faster. We always do our utmost to get back to you as soon as possible and the same applies to the preparation of price quotes. If necessary, we can speed things up even more by having several translators working on one project simultaneously. Thanks to rapidly evolving neural machine translation, our working speed also improves. Modern translation software that detects repetitions in a text further help accelerate our work process. In translating into Norwegian, our work process is efficient and flexible and decisions are adopted quickly. Therefore, we can safely say that Transly is one of the fastest translation service providers in the field.
Affordable Norwegian translation
Transly offers translations with the best price-to-quality ratio. Our translation projects are carried out using the most modern technologies available and involve both a translator with a master’s degree and a professional editor. Thanks to smart translation software and continuously evolving neural machine translation, we can offer a very competitive price for the Norwegian translation. We offer a discount on repeated segments in the text. This starts to play a significant role in permanent partnerships: the more similar texts we translate, the lower the unit price becomes for our loyal clients. We translate each segment once, which means you only have to pay for it once as well. This way you can be sure that we are making you the best offer.
Smooth translation process
We are here to make the translation process as smooth and convenient for you as possible. Thanks to our extensive knowledge and experience, we have been able to develop solutions that enable us to manage translations systematically while also making use of translation memories, term bases and a central workflow system. We know that project management entails much more than just organising the translation of a text from one language to another. Having a streamlined workflow is essential in order to guarantee a stress-free ordering experience, transparent budget, and Norwegian translations that are completed in due time. For this purpose, we have minimised or automated all time-consuming standard procedures. This way you can be sure that both the budget and the deadline for the translation will meet your high expectations.
We guarantee the confidentiality of all texts. Digital safety, data protection and confidentiality are aspects which we take very seriously in our work. The contract for translation services contains a confidentiality agreement. If necessary, it is also possible to conclude a separate confidentiality contract. The use of translation software and a secure storage server both help reduce the risk of data leaks. Thanks to translation software, there is no need to send files via e-mail, which helps prevent data leaks and misdirected e-mails. Additionally, real-time backup is integrated into our translation process, ensuring that your Norwegian translation is in safe hands with us.
All translation-related services from one agency
We want your co-operation with us to be as convenient as possible. We will do our best to accommodate all your translation, editing and content creation wishes as well as those related to these services. Therefore, we also offer a search engine optimisation service for translated websites and a localisation service for online stores. Our services also include translation consulting, assessment of translation quality, voice-over, and dubbing. In addition, we are happy to offer layout, design and printing services for translated texts. This all ensures that you can easily and conveniently find all Norwegian translation related services in one place.
Gerda is our talented project manager, whose enthusiasm, warmth and dedication provide the key to happy clients. In addition to having a degree in English Philology, she is also fluent in Spanish. Gerda’s excellent communication skills, fast replies, and helpful ideas make her a fantastic project manager whose positivity rubs off on others.
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Which Norwegian translation service should I choose?
Norwegian technical translation
Technical translation covers areas such as engineering, construction, environmental protection and technology, information technology, transport, automation, etc. The most common types of texts that require technical translation are, for example, user manuals, safety instructions, quick-start guides, setup guides, reports and applications. Technical translation forms a very important part of the services provided by Transly. We translate user manuals and IT-related texts into Norwegian, localise applications for the Norwegian-speaking market, and offer many other services.
Website translation into Norwegian
Website translation is one of our most popular services. A high-quality website translation creates a trustworthy image for your company. That is why we will translate the website of your company into Norwegian conveniently, quickly and with quality in mind. Manual copying and pasting of website texts is a thing of the past – we use smart technology to automatically export web texts and import translations. Transly’s Norwegian translators and editors have SEO knowledge and, in the process of translating websites, web texts and blog posts, they take strategic keywords into account.
Translation of economic texts into Norwegian
The translation of economic texts into Norwegian is an important field that includes annual report Norwegian translations as well as the Norwegian translation of accounting documents, bank statements, proof of payments, and the like. The advantages of using Transly when you plan to acquire Norwegian translation of economic texts encompass: knowledge of financial vocabulary and accounting and banking terminology, confidentiality, speed, good communication, and excellent price-to-quality ratio.
Legal translation into Norwegian
Legal translation into Norwegian involves the translation of contracts, court documents and legislation. With ISO-certified quality processes in place, we produce precise and terminologically correct legal translations into Norwegian. Transly complies with strict personal data protection rules and confidentiality requirements, which are especially important in legal translation.
Marketing translation into Norwegian
The translation of a marketing text into Norwegian can be considered successful when the message is conveyed accurately in Norwegian, the translation reflects the values and style of the brand, and, above all, the Norwegian translation does not come across as a translation. Translating product descriptions, websites, online stores, overviews, articles, slogans, advertisements, campaign messages, sales offers, company missions or visions, or brand values into Norwegian fall under marketing translation into Norwegian. In addition to marketing translation, Transly is also an expert in the field of Norwegian localisation and transcreation or creative translation into Norwegian.
Translation of scientific texts into Norwegian
The translation of scientific texts into Norwegian is also one of our main services. Our clients include Tallinn University, Tallinn University of Technology, the Estonian Research Council, the Geological Survey of Estonia, the Estonian Environmental Research Centre, the Praxis Center for Policy Studies, and the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research, among many others. In the translation of research articles or doctoral theses into Norwegian, we will pay particular attention to relevant terminology and work closely with the client to ensure a quality translation.
Medical translation into Norwegian
Medical translation involves, among other things, the translation of user manuals for medical devices, information on medicinal products, patient information leaflets, health files, pharmaceutical research, etc. All our Norwegian translations undergo a quality-assurance process pursuant to the ISO standard, ensuring that Norwegian translations are accurate, completed on time, and comply with other quality standard requirements. Other advantages of choosing Transly include confidentiality, speed, and an excellent price-to-quality ratio.
Safety data sheet translation into Norwegian
A safety data sheet is a document that provides information on how to ensure the safe use of a chemical throughout the supply chain. Since each safety data sheet supplier is responsible for the contents of the safety data sheet, it is best to entrust the translation of safety data sheets into Norwegian to Transly Translation Agency. Not only do we translate the text, but we can also identify potential substantive shortcomings or inconsistencies in it. We have extensive experience of translating safety data sheets into Norwegian. We always keep up to date with the latest relevant legislation and official terminology, in order to ensure the correctness, clarity and accuracy of your safety data sheet translations.
Software localisation is the translation and customisation of a computer program or mobile application for the Norwegian market. Software localisation takes into account the preferences, needs and habits of users in Norway. Software localisation jobs at Transly are entrusted to professional translators who are both tech-savvy and native speakers of Norwegian.
Norwegian interpretation services
Interpreting, whispered interpreting, remote interpreting, conference interpreting and consecutive interpreting are Norwegian translation services that are needed at events, meetings, training courses, notarial transactions, etc. Transly’s Norwegian interpreters are highly trained professionals with lengthy experience in a variety of fields. We will help you choose an interpreting service that best meets your needs.
Sworn translation into Norwegian
Sworn translation into Norwegian is an official document translation service which we offer in co-operation with Norwegian-language sworn translators. Norwegian sworn translator assumes liability for the correctness of translation with their signature and seal. If a certified Norwegian translation is required, for example, for school admission, travel, or court proceedings, only sworn translators are competent to translate these documents into Norwegian.
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English-Norwegian and Norwegian English translation
English is spoken by 1.5 billion people worldwide! Transly translates websites, user manuals, leaflets, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides into English. We also translate from English into Norwegian. Send us a English-Norwegian-English translation enquiry!
Swedish-Norwegian and Norwegian-Swedish translation
More than ten million people speak Swedish. We translate websites, user manuals, leaflets, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides from Swedish-Norwegian and Norwegian-Swedish. We offer professional Swedish-Norwegian-Swedish translations that save you time and money. Send us a Swedish-Norwegian-Swedish translation enquiry! We will get back to you within 2 hours.
Finnish-Norwegian and Norwegian-Finnish translation
More than five million people speak Finnish. Transly translates websites, online stores, leaflets, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides into Finnish. We also translate from Finnish into Norwegian. Send us a Finnish-Norwegian-Finnish translation enquiry!
German-Norwegian and Norwegian-German translation
It is not easy to redeem yourself in the eyes of a German once you have made a spelling mistake. Transly translates websites, online stores, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides into flawless German. We also translate from German into Norwegian. Send us a German-Norwegian-German translation enquiry! We will be waiting.
French-Norwegian and Norwegian-French translation
Did you know that more than 200 million people worldwide speak French? We translate websites, menus, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides into French. We also translate from French into Norwegian. Send us a French-Norwegian-French translation enquiry!
Spanish-Norwegian and Norwegian-Spanish translation
Did you know that European Spanish and Latin American Spanish are different from each other? Transly translates websites, contracts and much more besides into Spanish. We also translate from Spanish into Norwegian. Send us a Spanish-Norwegian-Spanish translation enquiry!
Russian-Norwegian and Norwegian-Russian translation
Did you know that on Russian websites it is good practice to use the formal you instead of the informal you when addressing the reader? Transly translates websites, product descriptions, contracts and much more besides into Russian. We also translate from Russian into Norwegian. Send us a Russian-Norwegian-Russian translation enquiry!
Latvian-Norwegian and Norwegian-Latvian translation
More than one million people speak Latvian as a native language. We translate websites, online stores, product datasheets, catalogues, marketing texts, documents and much more besides into Latvian. We also translate from Latvian into Norwegian. Send us a Latvian-Norwegian-Latvian translation enquiry! We will be waiting.
Lithuanian-Norwegian and Norwegian-Lithuanian translation
More than two million people speak Lithuanian as a native language. We translate websites, user manuals, leaflets, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides into Lithuanian. We also translate from Lithuanian into Norwegian. Send us a Lithuanian-Norwegian-Lithuanian translation enquiry! We will be waiting.
Ukrainian-Norwegian and Norwegian-Ukrainian translation
More than 45 million people speak Ukrainian as a native language. We translate websites, user manuals, leaflets, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides into Ukrainian. We also translate from Ukrainian to Norwegian. Send us a Ukrainian-Norwegian-Ukrainian translation enquiry! We will be waiting.
Estonian-Norwegian and Norwegian-Estonian translation
Around one million people speak Estonian as a native language. We translate websites, user manuals, leaflets, contracts, marketing texts and much more besides into Estonian. We also translate from Estonian into Norwegian. Send us a Norwegian-Estonian-Norwegian translation enquiry!
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Frequently asked questions about Norwegian translation
Which Norwegian language form should I choose when ordering a translation?
Although the Norwegian language has two official written forms – Bokmål or “book tongue” and Nynorsk or “new Norwegian” – translations are generally performed in Bokmål, because Nynorsk is only used by around 10% of the population. International documents are translated into the more popular variant, Bokmål, as are marketing materials, websites, product information and most correspondence. Both speakers of Bokmål as well as Nynorsk understand both languages. Norwegians also generally have an excellent grasp of English, but for cases where professional and accurate communication is critical, our translation agency offers quality Norwegian translation and editing services.
What should one consider when ordering a Norwegian-language translation?
Translating texts into Norwegian is gaining more and more popularity among foreign companies. When ordering a Norwegian translation, you should take into account that it will take longer than our English-Russian translations. This is due to the fact that there are simply fewer Norwegian translators available to us than those of English-Russian. A translator’s working speed averages 1,500–3,000 words per day. The price for Norwegian translation depends on the volume of the text, the type of text, the file format, and the deadline. Our Norwegian translators and editors speak Norwegian as a native language or at least at a C2 level and are living or have spent a long time in a Norwegian-language environment. Our Norwegian translators always do their best to ensure that our customers are happy with their translations.
How do I order a Norwegian translation?
To order a Norwegian translation, please send us an e-mail along with the text to be translated, if possible. If you are unable to provide the text at this point, please indicate the approximate translation volume. When ordering a Norwegian translation, be sure to also include the desired deadline and the function of the translation. If it is a technical text or a text that falls under the category of technical translation, please also include any existing term bases in your enquiry if possible. Finally, please indicate the desired format of the completed translation and whether you require any additional services (e.g. insertion of translations into your website, translation layout, etc.). We will send you a quotation for your Norwegian translation within a couple of hours. We also provide editing for Norwegian-language texts. When translating, we always keep your personal needs in mind to ensure that the completed translation meets your requirements in terms of both content and format.
What is interesting about the Norwegian language?
All Scandinavian languages – Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Icelandic and Faroese – are descended from Old Norse. Thus, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian are deeply similar, with the latter two – Danish and Norwegian – being especially alike. The Norwegian language only split from Danish in the course of Norway’s quest for independence in the 19th century. Norwegian is a tonal language – it sounds lyrical. Tonality is a rare phenomenon in the Indo-European languages and is more common to Asian languages, such as Chinese. Norwegian is easy to learn if you already speak English, because the language is also quite similar to English. Norwegian grammar is sometimes remarkably simple – for example, the present forms of Norwegian verbs are formed by simply adding the letter “r” to the end of the word. The word order in the Norwegian language is similar to that of English.
What are some interesting Norwegian expressions?
One interesting Norwegian expression is “Takk for sist!”, which directly translates to “Thanks for last time!”, but is actually used as an expression of joy over a reunion, essentially meaning “Nice to see you again!”. Another interesting Norwegian expression is “Håper at det smaker”, which directly translates to “Let’s hope it has taste”, but is used to say “Bon appétit!”. All Scandinavian languages have a special term to denote the kindness and warmth born from sharing life’s simple pleasures with your favourite people. In Danish, this is called “hygge”, in Swedish “mys” and in Norwegian “kos”. It is generally translated as “comfy”, “cozy” or “nice”, but the word “kos” is actually used to describe the feeling of enjoying a cup of cocoa and a good book in front of the fireplace in the winter, having a nice lunch in the school cafeteria with someone you haven’t seen in a while, merry parties with your best friends, and much, much more.
Why consider entering the Norwegian market?
Norway is the sixth largest country in Europe. The Norwegian market is highly developed and Norway is a high-tech society, meaning there is a huge demand for high-quality products and services. The standard of living in Norway is high, the economy is stable and the market is open. Norwegian business culture is rational and corruption is low. Norway is not a member of the European Union, but nonetheless belongs to the European Economic Area (EEA).
What is the Norwegian market like?
The Norwegian economy has been stable and strong ever since the Industrial Revolution. Inflation is low, unemployment is low and doing business in Norway is very easy. Therefore, it is always a sound investment to market your goods in Norway or offer your services to Norwegians. The Norwegian currency is the Norwegian krone (NOK). The success of the Norwegian economy and the country’s wealth are largely based on the export of oil and gas, which means that the Norwegian economy is affected by oil price fluctuations on the world market. Consequently, the government is making efforts to develop sustainable industries in Norway in addition to business focused on non-renewable mineral resources. Europe is a vital trading partner for Norway. In light of all this, Norway can be an excellent partner market for foreign companies.
What are the risks of entering the Norwegian market?
When entering the Norwegian market, you should also consider the risks. Firstly, household debt is very high. Moreover, the competitiveness of the Norwegian economy is reduced by the high salaries in Norway. In addition, there is a lack of skilled labour in high value-added economic sectors. High household debt poses a threat to macroeconomic stability. Falling oil prices and housing prices will reduce current account surpluses and negatively affect private consumption, which is the main driver behind Norway’s economic growth. At the same time, however, none of the potential risks actually threaten the strength of the Norwegian economy. The Norwegian government has the largest reserves in the world (EUR 800 billion, or 2.2 times the Norwegian GDP), to be used, if necessary, for economic recovery.
What should one consider when entering the Norwegian market?
Norwegian business culture is similar to that of other Scandinavian countries. Here are some simple tricks to make your export business in Norway more likely to succeed:
- Timeliness is important! Always be on time for meetings. If you are going to be late, call ahead to let the other party know. Norwegians are sincere, egalitarian and direct. Keep your promises and meet your deadlines.
- Exchanging pleasantries is unnecessary. The Norwegians do not consider small talk to be particularly important. During meetings, you should get straight to the point.
- Titles are not important. Greetings and introductions are done freely in Norway. After initial introductions, people are addressed using their first name without “Mr” or “Mrs”.
- Objective offers are appreciated. In Norway, analytical thinking is valued and it is considered good practice to list both pros and cons when making a product sale.
- Clothing is conservative. Appropriate clothing depends on the field of business, but modest and polite clothing, unostentatious accessories and minimal jewellery is a safe bet.
- Acceptable gifts include flowers, chocolates and pies as well as wine. Avoid giving white flowers. Giving business partners gifts to elicit favourable business decisions is considered to be corruption and is strictly prohibited in Norway.
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Export to Norway
Norway, along with Finland and Sweden, is a promising export market for European businesses. Norway’s standard of living is high, the economy is strong, and the local business culture is similar to our own. Transly Translation Agency offers translation, copywriting and editing services to companies looking to enter this market to help your business succeed in Norway.