Turkish Language Services
Do you require the knowledge and expertise from a Turkish language services provider? Wolfestone can offer you high-quality Turkish translators, interpreters and voiceover artists.
Since 2009, trade between the UK and Turkey has grown at a rapid speed. Figures published by the UKTI forecast an annual trade value of over $ 11 billion. At the moment, the UK mainly exports machinery, mechanical appliances, pharmaceuticals, vehicles, plastics, iron and steel to the Republic of Turkey.
Some of the major UK companies are currently operating in Turkey including BP, Shell, Vodafone, Unilever, HSBC and Aviva. Exporting to Turkey gives your business valuable access to the markets of central Asia and the Middle East.
Why choose us as your Turkish language services provider?
With experience in Turkish document translation, Turkish interpreting, Turkish voiceovers and Turkish localisation, Wolfestone is well placed as your Turkish language services provider. Our customer service team will talk you step-by-step through the process of your language project and help you choose the right service level for your translation.
All our Turkish speaking translators and interpreters are vetted, have at least four years’ experience in translation and where relevant, have further medical, technical or marketing qualifications. Our vendor management team ensures that the right linguist is assigned to your language project.
Turkey has a population of 74.5 million (UN, 2012) and borders Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Armenia, Iran and Nakhvchivan, Iraq and Syria. The country has no official state religion. However, the dominant religion is the Islam. Ankara is the main capital of Turkey and Istanbul the largest city by population.
In 2013, the Ethnologue catalogue for languages counted 70.8 million Turkish speakers. The majority of them live in Turkey. Smaller groups of Turkish speakers can also be found in Germany, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Northern Cyprus, Greece, Caucasus, Central Asia and other parts of Eastern Europe. The Turkish language is said to be dating back nearly 1,300 years.
Turkey’s healthcare sector is one of the country’s fastest growing sectors. UKTI predicts huge potential for UK businesses to enter the supply and service provision chain. The government department estimates a possible value for British businesses of £2.5 billion.