Dutch Translation Services

Are you looking for a Dutch translation services partner? Wolfestone has more than 8 years’ experience translating English to Dutch and Dutch to English.

The Netherlands is the fifth largest economy in the Euro Zone and the UK’s third largest trade partner. The total amount of UK exports to the Netherlands in 2012 was €24.6 Billion, which marked an increase of 11% compared to 2010. The total import value in 2012 was €32.4 Billion, an increase of 9% compared to 2010. The two strongest Anglo-Dutch companies are Unilever and Shell.

In general, the outlook for the Dutch economy is very positive, and the Dutch Central Bank forecasts a 1.6 growth rate for 2015 and 2016. Whether you’re looking to export products and services to the Netherlands or looking to import products to the UK, our Dutch translation services can help you achieve your objectives.

Wolfestone supplies many Amsterdam businesses with Dutch translation services

Why choose Wolfestone as your Dutch Translation Services Provider?

For companies ranging from SMEs to Corporates, Wolfestone undertakes hundreds of Dutch language projects every year. Last year we started working with a successful British retailer on a Transcreation and Multilingual SEO project. The company’s top 20 search term keywords are now each ranking in a top 3 position, and the retailer will soon be opening their third shop in the Netherlands.

All our Dutch speaking translators and interpreters are native speakers, have at least 4 years of translation experience, and where relevant, sector specific academic qualifications. Our linguists can advise you on words that are unique to Flemish, the Dutch language as spoken in Flanders, the northern part of Belgium.

About The Netherlands

The Netherlands has a population of around 16 million people and Amsterdam is the capital and largest city. The official language is Dutch which is also a national language in Belgium, Suriname in South America and the Dutch Antilles.

In total, there are over 22 million native speakers of Dutch and it’s a popular second language in Germany, the north of France and increasingly in Eastern Europe. Due to migration movements in the 1950s, it is highly likely that you find older native speakers in Australia, New Zealand, the U.S. and Canada.

The country’s economy is noted for its stable industry, developed infrastructure, high-skilled workers and as a transit point for most European transportation. The Port of Rotterdam is not only the largest port in Europe, but also the third busiest in the world.