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Italian Document Translation Services
Do you require professional Italian document translation services? Why not go with a forward thinking, multi-award winning language services provider like us? Italy is the second largest manufacturer in Europe after Germany and the trade-links between Italy and the UK are deeply rooted.
According to the UKTI, British businesses experience a vast variety of benefits when they export to Italy like no tariffs, a similar regulatory framework and one of the highest rates of household wealth. In 2013, trade between the UK and Italy was valued at £23.5 billion. Compared to 2012, UK exports to Italy increased by 6% in 2013, totaling £8,385 million. Top on the list of export goods are road vehicles, machinery and mechanical appliances, pharmaceutical products and electrical machinery.
Why choose us as your Italian document translation services provider?
Wolfestone regularly offers Italian document translation services to small-, medium-, and large-sized companies from a variety of sectors. Over the last 12 month we translated hundreds of technical manuals, websites and marketing brochures from English into Italian and Italian into English. We worked with valuelicensing.com on their website translation into Italian and helped them gain access to a profitable new customer base.
All our translators for our Italian document translation services are carefully vetted by our Vendor management team. They all have at least four years’ experience in translation and where relevant, sector specific academic qualifications. Our linguists can also advise you on the regional varieties of the Italian language. If you require an interpreter for your trade exhibition or a voiceover artist for your company video, Wolfestone’s customer service team can talk you through the processes. We’ve already lined up some experts for next year’s prestigious international trade exhibition EXPO which is running in Milan throughout summer and autumn 2015.
Italy is located in the South of Europe and borders France, Switzerland and Slovania to the North. In total, 61 million people live in the “Repubblica italiana”, which makes the country the 5th most populous in Europe.
The main capital of Italy is Rome with an estimated 2,6 million people living in the city and 3,8 to 4,2 million people living in the metropolitan area. The official language of Italy is Italian and it is also one of the four official languages in Switzerland. When you travel through Malta, Vatican State, San Marino, Croatia, Slovenia and France you might also meet some Italian speakers.
The UKTI estimates that one third of the world’s luxury items are produced in Italy with an estimated value of €52.5 billion in 2014. Especially for UK fashion agencies, Italy offers great opportunities as gateway to other foreign markets. Names like Giorgio Armani, Prada, Benetton, Roberto Cavalli, Valentino or Versace are only some examples of international Italian fashion houses.