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The “NOREMI” translation agency is located in Bergen, Norway and offers professional translation,interpreting and editing services. We not only provide translations from / to Norwegian, but also any other language in the world.

Our highly skilled project coordinators will guarantee the entire process from the start until its completion, carried out in a fast, convenient and thoroughly controlled manner.

NOREMI project coordinators have more than 8 years experience in long-term projects and working with clients worldwide, such as Samsung, Nikon, Toyota and ABB, helping to translate user guides, manuals and documentation.

We offer high-quality translations in any language combination for a price acceptable to you!!! We will always offer the best translation solution for you. Our cooperation with experienced translators in Norway as well as reliable partners abroad allows us to offer translation services in all languages.

The highly skilled translators who will work with your text not only have a lot of experience in the translation of different types of texts in various formats, but they are also native speakers of the target language. This ensures that we can provide the highest quality translations that are natural and suitable in the target language.

We also have experience in interpreting for Norwegian official authorities such as the Polity (Police), Tinghus (Courthouse) and various Norske kommuner (Norwegian municipalities).

Do you need a translation from Norwegian to English? Maybe a technical user manual to be translated from English to Portuguese, or a website translation into Russian, Chinese and German? We are able to provide translations of these, as well as other language combinations by ensuring the highest quality for the best price on the market. Read more about translations.

We work hard to satisfy each client’s requirements for quality and on-time delivery at the best price!

Please contact our Project Coordinator for general requests at post@noremi.no or choose one of our direct contacts if you wish to receive an answer in a particular language.

Norwegian translation requests:  
Sindre Quamme Bergan   
sindre@noremi.no
English translation requests: Emilijus Atminas emilijus@noremi.no
German translation requests: Jutta Schandel jutta@noremi.no
French translation requests: David Henrion david@noremi.no
Russian translation requests: Halyna Maksymiv halyna@noremi.no
Spanish translation requests: Dolores R. Guinazu dolores@noremi.no

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