Professional German Translation Services
When searching for a reliable provider for your German translation needs, it is important to choose a translation company you can trust. You probably also want to know how the translation procedure is carried out by the company you choose. Corporate Translation Services ensures that your translation projects are translated by the best German translators available. To ensure that your translations are always of the highest quality, we only select translators who translate into their own native language.
To receive a competitive quote for your German translation assignments, please email your document to email@example.com. Only the best translators whose native language is German, perform our translations. The translators are carefully selected and only translate documents for which they have proven expertise.
Translate German into English
Our company will also help you to translate your German documents into English. To receive a competitive quote, please email your document to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you with our best rates for your translation project.
About German Language
The German language is a West Germanic language and one of the world's major languages. Around the world, German is spoken by ~100 million native speakers and also ~30 million non-native speakers, and Standard German is widely taught in schools and universities in Europe. Worldwide, German accounts for the most written translations into and from a language (Guinness Book of World Records).
German is spoken primarily in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and in 70%+ of Switzerland. In Luxembourg and the surrounding areas some of the native population speak either German dialects or Germanic languages, and some people also master standard German (especially in Luxembourg), although in the French regions of Alsace German. Some German-speaking communities still survive in parts of Romania, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and above all Russia and Kazakhstan, although forced expulsions after World War II and massive emigration to Germany in the 1980s and 1990s have depopulated most of these communities. It is also spoken by German-speaking foreign populations and some of their descendants in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Morocco, Egypt, Israel, Cyprus, Turkey, Greece, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Scandinavia, Siberia in Russia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and the former Yugoslavia (Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia, Croatia and Slovenia). (wikipedia)
Translate English into German with Professionals
Our areas of expertise in English into German translation are:
- software manuals,
- software translation and localisation,
- annual reports,
- medical documents and reports,
- technical translation,
- business reports,
- business documents,
- technical texts,
- legal documents,
- marketing material,
- financial documents,
- complex localisation,
- and much more...