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Norwegian Translation Service

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Norwegian English Translation
English Norwegian Translation

Do you need professional translations from Norwegian into English or from English into Norwegian? With specialist translators, professional project managers and your own dedicated account manager? Then contact EVS Translations.

With more than 25 years’ experience as a global language service provider and with a specialist team of Norwegian translators and proof-readers, EVS Translations is the Norwegian translation partner for your needs.

Norwegian translation services for all industry sectors

Our Norwegian certified translation services are ideal for companies operating in all industry sectors in the Norwegian market. In order to suit your needs, we establish your Norwegian translation team according to the translators’ specific knowledge of your industry sector. Together with experienced proofreaders, this allows us to deliver expert Norwegian document translations with quick turnaround times.

We offer Norwegian translations for multiple fields, which include:

  • Oil/petroleum translation services: Our particular focus is the translation of documents related to the exploration, extraction, refining and delivery of petroleum and gas products
  • Legal translation services: your legal documents will be translated by experienced, university educated legal translators who possess an in-depth understanding of the Norwegian legal system
  • Technical translation services: our Norwegian translators can accommodate your specific technical document translation needs

Translations for the Norwegian market

Our translation services are ideal for companies operating in the high value added sectors. Our team of Norwegian linguists consists of experts with extensive experience and qualifications in the fields of energy, foodstuffs, manufacturing and metal processing.

At your request we can establish special Norwegian translator teams for your specific needs and produce high-quality Norwegian translations in line with international standards, government regulations and corporate guidelines.

Norwegian Website localisation and SEO

With an in-house team of web professionals and quality assurance editors, your Norwegian website or software localisation project is in safe hands. We can professionally translate your Norwegian website regardless of the source code or Content Management System.

If you are interested in our services and rates for Norwegian translations, contact us today at salesuk(at)evs-translations.com or call us on: +44-115-9 64 42 88.

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