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Translation Services English to German
Are you looking for a translation services provider for your English to German and German to English translation needs? Wolfestone has the experience and quality you’d expect from a company that chairs its trade body.
Germany is the largest national economy in Europe and the 4th largest worldwide. The country also has the largest GDP and the highest population (82 million) in the EU. Some of the top global players like Mercedes, BMW, SAP, Siemens, Volkswagen, Adidas and Puma are German corporations. Together with the small and medium sized companies, the German “Mittelstand”, they offer the largest marketplace in the EU.
Our mission is to help UK businesses to gain access to the German market through overcoming the language barrier. We have provided professional translation services from English to German and German to English for a huge variety of sectors.
Why choose us for your German language project?
We have a specialist in-house German department who deal with our German translations. With an additional office in Berlin, we are ideally suited to offer you professional translation services for your English to German projects.
All our German speaking translators and interpreters are carefully vetted, have at least four years experience in translation and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications. Our linguists can advise you on the differences between the German spoken in Germany, Austria and German-speaking Switzerland and we cover any regional dialects.
Wolfestone also holds strong local links to the Centre for Contemporary German Culture at Swansea University, an institute which produces world-class research on the literature and culture of writers and poets of German.
There are approximately 100 million (native and non-native) speakers of German across the world. German is one of the three most learned languages in the world as well as one of the ten most widely spoken languages in the world.
German is an official language of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Alsace-Lorraine (France), Northern Italy, East-Belgium, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein.