Indonesian Translation Services
Are you looking for an Indonesian translation services provider for your English to Indonesian and Indonesian to English translation needs?
UKTI estimates that by 2030 Indonesia will be the fifth largest economy in the world. Over the last 10 years the country has grown at a steady 5-6%. In particular a growing Indonesian middle class, a strong domestic consumption and a status as the largest economy in South East Asia make exporting to Indonesia for British businesses very attractive.
Doing business and becoming a trusted partner takes time in Indonesia, but the country offers great business potential for those companies who are prepared to invest the required time. Some of the big British retailers like M&S, Next, Debenhams, TopShop, Ted Baker and Mothercare are already showing a presence on the Indonesian archipelago.
Why choose Wolfestone as your Indonesian Translation Services Provider?
For organisations ranging from SMEs to Corporates, Wolfestone undertakes hundreds of Indonesian translation and voiceover projects every year. Clients choose Wolfestone as Indonesian translation services provider because of the quality and service, and many of our clients have been our partners for several years.
There are over 500 different languages in Indonesia, which is why we make sure that your translation is localised for the purpose you require. Our native Indonesian translators cover the spectrum of Indonesian dialects and have the relevant cultural insight that will ensure your message is understood.
With experience in Indonesian document translation, Indonesian interpreting, Indonesian voiceovers and Indonesian localisation, Wolfestone is well placed to help you achieve your business and communication objectives.
Indonesia covers a chain of 17,000 islands between Asia and Australia with a population of 242.8 million in 2012.
Indonesia experienced some tough times in the 1997 Asian financial crisis but since than its economy is going from strength to strength. Investors are drawn by a large consumer base, natural resources and political stability. After Suharto’s three decades of dictatorship the country was officially declared a democracy in 1998.
The UK is currently ranking on 5th place as investor in Indonesia, following Singapore, Japan, US and South Korea. In 2013 the UK exported goods worth a total of £704 million which showed an increase of 8% to 2012. The UK mainly exports pulp and waste paper, general industrial machinery and equipment, organic chemicals and power generating machinery and equipment.