Albanian Translation Services
Are you in need of Albanian translation services? As one of the UK’s leading translation companies, Wolfestone is able to provide service excellence and accurate translations.
Wolfestone works extensively with the Albanian language, and by using the latest technology is able to guarantee a swift, accurate and high quality solution for all your English to Albanian and Albanian to English language requirements.
Types of translation
We offer our Albanian translation services for legal documents, websites, financial reports and a lot more. Click on the icons if you want to find out more about the types of translations we support.
Why choose Wolfestone as your Albanian translation services provider?
Whether you’re a small business looking to expand internationally, or a large corporate looking to communicate your new policies and procedures across your global workforce, Wolfestone prides itself on a customer oriented focus and high quality, consistent results.
At Wolfestone, we’ve also recently launched a UK-exclusive telephone interpreting service with over 210 languages available 24/7. With our on-demand service, 99% of calls are connected in under a minute. There are no setup fees and no contracts.
About Albania and the Albanian language
There are 1.8 million people living in Albania, with as many as 1.5 million living abroad. The population is nearly 60% Muslim.
The GDP is £12.54 billion, and economic growth was 3% in 2012.Albania has a population just shy of 2.9 million people. Located in Southeastern Europe, it is classed a developing country with a GDP growth of around 3.5% over the last year. Its economy relies mostly on the service, agriculture and industrial sectors. Albania is rich in natural resources which is a principle reason for its strong energy sector. Tourism is a main source of income for a large portion of the population.
Albanian has over 5 million speakers and is an official language in Albania and Kosovo. It is also a recognized minority language in a further 6 countries (Macedonia, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia, Croatia and Romania). It has two main dialects: Gheg and Tosk, which are broken down to further subdialects. Albanian is considered to be one of the oldest languages still living today.
Contact us for more information on our Albanian translation services.