German Translation Services



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Technical Translation

UK TechTrans specialises in all forms of technical translation into German in a wide variety of disciplines from the packaging and processing to IT, website, automotive and crushing industries having completed several major projects for clients in the UK and Europe.

 

Paragraph marker icon We only use professionally qualified, full time translators working in their native language. Our translators come from technical backgrounds to ensure the best possible match for translation work which is essential in any specialist area. We translate from and into English and other language combinations are available upon request. All translated documents are returned proofread, ready to print and we offer a full typesetting service as needed.To discuss your project and get a customised quote our sales team on: +44 (0) 1273 426921 

 

A few facts on Germany and its language.

 

Paragraph marker iconGerman is a West-Germanic language of the Indo-European language group and is related to Dutch and English. German is the official language of seven countries including Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium with over 100 million native speakers worldwide. German is the most widely spoken first language in the EU and is one of the three most learned languages in the world. German is one of the top ten most widely used world languages. The earliest existing records in German date back to about 750 A.D.


Paragraph marker iconGermany has over 82 million inhabitants giving it the largest population of any member state of the European Union. West Germany was a founding member of the European Union. Germany is also a member of the United Nations, NATO, G8 and the OECD. It is the world's third largest economy and is the largest economy in the EU. Germany is the largest exporter and second largest importer of goods worldwide. It is recognized as a scientific and technological leader in fields like physics and aerospace among others. The largest, annual, international trade fairs and congresses are held in German cities such as Frankfurt and Berlin.

 

Paragraph marker icon Well known German companies are Volkswagen, BMW, Merdedes-Benz, Audi, Porsche, Siemens and Nivea. Famous Germans include Goethe, Albert Einstein, Karl Marx, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wagner and Boris Becker.


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