Arabic Translation Services
If you’re searching for a professional Arabic translation services company, you’ve come to the right place. We pride ourselves on quality, affordability and complete customer satisfaction.
Our Arabic language team provides Arabic to English and English to Arabic translations for the private and public sector.
Types of translation
We offer our Arabic 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 Arabic translation services provider?
Our team can guide you through any cultural differences you need to consider when translating from Arabic to English or English to Arabic. Our Arabic translators are native speakers and can tell you if the images, colours and expressions you use in your document are appropriate for your target audience. We are able to provide Arabic translators who will adapt your message for specific markets, such as Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Having your content localised can make a difference in your success story of entering a foreign market. Recently, we helped a children’s toy manufacturer who wanted to enter the Arabian toy market. The toy market in the Arab World offers great potential for UK businesses because only a small number of toys have been produced locally until now. Our language experts helped the company to choose the right images and image descriptions for the product leaflets.
About the Arab league and the Arabic language
Arabic is the official language of 22 countries. Together those countries form the Arab league. In total, more than 200 million native speakers live in the Arab World, an area which runs from Southwest Asia to Northwest Africa. The business potential is huge, and we hold the expertise to help you close those important deals. The region boasts one of the largest internet growth rates in the world and the internet penetration rate is comfortably above the global average. Data from the UN estimates that there are 175 million Arab speakers who have access to the internet today.
The base of the Arabic language is “Classical Arabic” which is taught in schools worldwide and used by religious scholars. Nevertheless, it is a form of Arabic which is mainly used in a written rather than a spoken form.
Another type of Arabic which is used in communication, both orally and in writing, is the “Modern Standard Arabic”. It is widely used across the Arab world by television presenters and politicians. Modern Foreign Language tutors also teach “Modern Standard Arabic” to their pupils.
Contact us for more information on our Arabic translation services.