In our quest to satisfy our clients’ needs and meet the demands of a multicultural market, Norak has always pursued a strategy of continuous growth, expanding its presence all over the globe.
We now have several brands built on the same pillars that characterise each company in the Norak group. This is our way of showing our commitment to each community’s geographical and cultural idiosyncrasies, their lifestyles and marketplace, always driven by our aspiration to be the leading global provider of translation and localisation, transcreation, interpretation and language consultancy services.
Noraktrad S.L. was incorporated in 1993 as a part of the Norak group, to provide quality translation, interpretation and language-related services. Initially, we focused on the technology, medicine and pharmaceutical sectors, trademarks and patents, and legal translation, primarily in western language combinations.
Over the years, we have added services, sectors and languages. The numbers speak for themselves, as do our levels of client satisfaction and the size of our client portfolio.
Our launch in Hong Kong is part of our global strategy to improve Norak’s offering in Asian countries. This physical presence means Norak can better communicate with companies that use our translation and localisation services, enabling us to attract new customers, and leverage the developing business links between Europe and Asia.
Created to meet growing demand in the Americas and to strengthen our services in the area of Intellectual Property (IP). Our regional office in Miami continues to consolidate its presence and show sustainable growth.
Norak and the Dutch-German communications agency Mediamixx formed a joint venture in 2017 to complement and enhance each company’s specialities and thus offer added value within the translation market in the Netherlands. At the same time, both companies’ extensive client portfolios will benefit from the new fields of expertise being opened up as a result and the lines of collaboration that can be developed.