ALM Translations provides specialist Chinese translation services to its customers. We offer both Simplified Chinese translation services and Traditional Chinese translation services in the following fields:
Contact us today to find out how our professional Chinese translation services can help your business.
Our translators are qualified mother-tongue translators, who specialise in various fields of industry and commerce.
Our translators also understand cultural etiquette, something that cannot currently be achieved by a machine! We have translated websites for Trelawny SPT and technical manuals for companies like as Ishida. See our case studies for examples of some of the clients who have benefited from our translation services.
As one of the 6 official languages of the United Nations, Chinese is the official language of China and Taiwan and one of the four official languages of Singapore. It can also be heard in parts of Malaysia, the United States, Canada, Indonesia and the Philippines. There are approximately 1.3 billion Chinese speakers worldwide and it’s spoken by one-fifth of the world’s population.
As the world’s largest economy, and hot on the heels of the USA, China has the world’s largest purchasing power parity. China has an unrivalled export industry renowned for its global manufacturing expertise in electronics, machinery and clothing. Chinese is currently one of our most frequently requested languages.
ALM Translations has been its clients go-to Chinese translation company providing professional Chinese translation services to its customers since 2002. Consumers and businesses are more likely to buy in their own language. Therefore it makes sense to use a Chinese translation company when translating websites, manuals and other business documentation into Chinese. ALM Translations’ translation and business experience will help you to get the best return on investment, whatever the end use of your document.
Part of the Sino-Tibetan language family, Han, the largest ethnic group in the world, represents 92% of the entire Chinese population. Due to lack of written documentation and evidence to support the linguistic development of the spoken language, the actual ancestry of spoken Chinese is still relatively unknown. Chinese is thought to be oldest written language in the world. With character inscriptions dating back 3,000 years!
Chinese encompasses 7 main dialects; Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka, Wu, Min, Xiang and Gan with the Beijing dialect of Mandarin being the standardised version of Chinese. Because of the sheer number of unintelligible dialects, the written form is the most common way to communicate, with the majority of people having the ability to understand.