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English to Norwegian technical translation
Norwegian with the two varieties Bokmal and Nynorsk belongs to the Indo-European languages and is spoken by about five million people as their mother tongue. Most of them live in Norway, where Norwegian is also the official language.
English to Norwegian translation for many industries
As one of the richest countries in the world, Norway owes its wealth on the one hand to its oil resources, but fishing is also a cornerstone of its economy. Economic trade requires professional translations, especially for technical products in the sectors of network technology, measurement and control, sensor technology and renewable energies.
Collaboration with the automotive industry means that PRODOC is operating in one of the biggest areas of industry.
Brushless DC motors, stepper motors, piezo drives, gears, encoders, combustion motors... PRODOC knows its way around drive technology!
Industrial PCs (IPC), routers, switches, hubs, PROFIBUS, PROFINET, IO-Link, CANopen, Modbus… PRODOC knows network technology and its products
Measurement and control technology: perfect subjects for our managing director, who is an electrical engineer.
Mechanical engineering uses components of automation technology and power engineering. As a result, our professional competence is equally strong here.
Electrical connectivity, fitness equipment, building technology, semiconductors, real estate, aviation, musical instruments, medical technology, optics, robotics, welding systems, screening technology, advertising, business software...
At PRODOC, the Managing Director is graduate engineer in power engineering (Dipl.-Ing. in Elektrotechnik) and, thus, provides an integrated source of professional competence for renewable energies, energy storage, power engineering, energy production…
For safety at work products, translations are compulsory and the quality of the translation is important for personal protection.
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Not only Norwegian music is a hype, technical translations into Norwegian are also becoming more and more popular.
Dipl.-Kffr. Sanne Jerxsen
Norwegian economy and the growing demand for English to Norwegian translations
Norway’s economic zone borders Sweden, Finland, Russia, Denmark and Scotland. The HDI, the United Nations Human Development Index, classifies Norway as the most developed country in the world. The country is very prosperous and has one of the best social systems in the world.
Since the development of its oil and gas reserves, the country has undergone enormous economic development. From a poorer country, characterised by shipping and fishing, it became one of the largest gas and oil exporters. This development naturally also affects the demand for technical translations into Norwegian. If you export to Norway, you will gain a great competitive advantage by providing the documentation in Norwegian.
Norwegian is strongly influenced by Middle Low German, whereby the written language is divided into two varieties: Bokmal and Riksmal, the so-called book language and the imperial language.
The potential of English to Norwegian technical translation in the field of electromobility
Norway is particularly committed to environmental policy: the government has joined the EU’s climate policy and is pursuing the same reduction targets as the European Union. Norway is a pioneer in the registration of electric cars. The boom is made possible by massive government funding. When buying a new electric car, VAT at a rate of 25 percent and import duties are waived. In addition, electric cars can use public parking spaces free of charge and refuel with green electricity free of charge at around 4,000 charging stations.