Ampere Translations provides Norwegian translation services to leading brands who need to communicate beyond the Scandinavian borders, as well as to international companies expanding into Norway.

Thanks to our more than 15 years of experience providing translation services from and into Norwegian, we can help you to effectively communicate in the Norwegian market.

Norway is the 26th largest market for eCommerce with a revenue of US$7.9 billion in 2021 and is expected to increase over the next few years. The Scandinavian country is also an emerging market full of opportunities for businesses, whether you are looking to expand or find new investors.

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Our team of professional Norwegian translators

  • All our translators are native speakers who specialize in different sectors including e-commerce, software and travel. We always find the best match for your topic and type of text. 
  • Our vetted and extensive pool of translators in multiple language combinations ensures the best results every time you need our help, whether it is a small or a large project. 
  • We cover different types of content including websites, press releases, product descriptions, brochures, contracts or video content, so you can trust all your communication needs to a single language service provider. 
  • We support our clients with a wide range of services, including translation, transcreation, copywriting and proofreading, advising on what is the best solution according to their needs. 

About the Norwegian language 

Norwegian is Norway’s official language, and it is also spoken in parts of Denmark and Sweden. It belongs to the North Germanic family tree, and is closely related to Icelandic and Faroese. 

As established by law, the two official forms of written Norwegian are Bokmål and Nynorsk.

Interestingly, Norwegian is among the few European tonal languages, which is a language where the tone in a syllable distinguishes the lexical or grammatical meaning of two otherwise identical words.

Another peculiarity is that there is a great similarity between many Norwegian and English words – Hallo (Hello), Velkommen (Welcome) and Takk (Thank you) are some examples. However, this does not mean that English and Norwegian are mutually understandable. 

The Norwegian way 

Even though most Norwegians speak perfect English, they still prefer to communicate in their own language, and having the information they seek in their own language is more important than a low price.

Norway is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, thanks in part to its crude oil and natural gas exports. Unemployment rates are low, and incomes are evenly distributed, making every person a potential customer.

We can help you speak and connect with your audience in Norwegian thanks to our experience providing translation services in the Nordic languages. Get in touch to explore how we can help you.