Allegro Language Services is a Norwegian-owned company of government authorised translators established in 1996. The company is one of Norway’s leading language service providers.
Quality has been our guiding principle since day one, creating added value for our customers and thus generating loyalty and satisfaction for both customers and employees.
We offer translation, interpreting and other languages services, including language reviewing, proofreading and customised language courses. We have in-house translators between Norwegian, English and French. For other languages and services we use our well-tested national and international network of freelance language providers and business partners.
Ethics and the environment
Allegro's activities are subject to a duty of confidentiality and they comply with the guidelines for good interpretation practice and the standards applicable at all times to interpretation and translation, as well as relevant laws and regulations.
Allegro complies with the UN Global Compact initiative and supports the ten principles on which the initiative is based, including:
Allegro reserves the right not to take on assignments that come into conflict with the above-mentioned principles, and the individual translators/interpreters can reserve the right not to take on assignments that come into conflict with their religion or ethics or if their neutrality can be doubted.
Allegro's translation and proofreading processes are performed electronically, with minimal use of paper. We use duplex copying as a standard setting, and used paper is delivered for recycling, either directly or via a Fretex (Salvation Army) container for shredding.
Allegro's office premises are located in the centre of the City of Bergen, and employees are encouraged to cycle, walk or use public transport to and from work. Our work requires limited business travel and we use video conferences to the extent this is possible and expedient.
The company has a well-functioning HSE system and a good working environment.
Allegro's activities do not pollute the natural environment.