Exito offers translations into Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Icelandic
Exito has more than 24 years of experience in translating all European languages, including the Scandinavian ones. In Scandinavia itself, the term Scandinavian languages applies only to those of the mainland: Danish, Norwegian and Swedish.
These North Germanic languages are spoken by around 20 million people including the inhabitants of Iceland and the Faeroe Islands. That might seem like a relatively small number but the Netherlands exports goods worth more than 21 billion euros to Scandinavian countries every year so this is a very lucrative target group to address.
Outsider: the Finnish language!
Finnish belongs to a different language family: Finno-Ugric. Estonian and Hungarian are also members of this language family and Finnish is similar to Hungarian in many respects. We’re looking at the geographical location now, which is why Finnish is being included on this page!
Translations with a focus on Scandinavian culture
Although many Scandinavian people speak fluent English, they also like to be addressed in their own language. Giving some attention to the culture is important in that.
To help you achieve success in your business contacts in these North European countries, we work together with a large network of native speakers. Translators, proofreaders and copywriters who are all able to offer excellent help with Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish or Icelandic.
They range from sworn, legal translators right through to a translator who is also a biologist and specialised in everything that has to do with plant nutrition.
Scandinavian translations through Exito?
- We work with experienced translators and proofreaders in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland
- We have more than 24 years of experience in providing Scandinavian translations for the business market
- Process translations directly into your CMS
- ISO-certified translations
- Your sworn translations delivered fast
- Translations between the Scandinavian languages are also possible.