Scottish Gaelic Translation Services

Are you looking for a language services provider for your Scottish Gaelic translation needs? Wolfestone has the experience and quality you’d expect from a company that chairs its trade body.

Wolfestone have a lot of experience translating documents, recording voiceovers and providing interpreters from English into Scottish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic into English, for a variety of sectors.

All our Scottish Gaelic speaking translators and interpreters are carefully vetted, have at least four years experience in translation and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications.

Why choose Wolfestone as your Scottish Gaelic translation services provider?

Wolfestone regularly undertakes Scottish Gaelic translation, Scottish Gaelic interpreting and Scottish Gaelic voiceover projects. Clients choose Wolfestone because of the quality and service, and many of our clients have been our partners for years.

With experience in Scottish Gaelic document translation, Scottish Gaelic interpreting, Scottish Gaelic voiceovers and Scottish Gaelic localisation, Wolfestone is well placed to help you achieve your communication objectives.

About Scotland

The population of Scotland is approximately 5.2 million.

Scottish Gaelic is a Celtic language native to Scotland. According to the 2001 census of Scotland approximately 58, 652 people in Scotland could speak Gaelic at that time. The census results show a decline of 7,300 Gaelic speakers from 1991.

Five sectors which account for almost two-thirds of Scotland’s exports are: food and beverages, chemicals, business services, electronics and instrument engineering and mechanical engineering. Other main exports include: textiles, oil and gas and fuel-based equipment and renewable energies, equipment and technology.

Scotland can provide a good opportunity for suppliers who want to supply these industries there.

Scotland’s economy has significantly improved, employment rose by 47,000 in February – April 2013. There was also an increase in the total number of hours worked in Scotland from 77 to 78 million.