Finnish language - create opportunity electronics, engineering, forestry and chemicals by talking your customer's language
Finnish is one of the two official languages of Finland, the other being Swedish. In total there are approximately 5.5 million native Finnish speakers.
Finland has a highly industrialised, mixed economy, with the largest sectors being the service industries, followed by manufacturing. Key sectors include electronics, engineering, forestry and chemicals. International trade makes up a third of Finland’s GDP, with 60% of this trade carried out within the European Union.
ALM Translations have been providing companies with high quality Finnish translations since 2002. Choosing ALM Translations as your language partner means that you will be working with some of the best in the country, native speaking Finnish and English translators. Working in a variety of specialist fields, ALM’s translators have a deep understanding of culture and customs throughout Finland. This is essential when targeting customers and businesses in their own country.
Consumers and businesses are far more likely to buy in their own language. Your Finnish clients will know you are serious about doing business with them if your manuals, marketing materials and other commercial and legal documents are translated into their native language.
Translations can help companies achieve more sales, communicate more effectively and compete on a level playing field with locally-based Finnish companies.
ALM Translations offers three levels of Finnish translation, which include standard translation, translation with secondary review and translation and copywriting (transcreation). These should be considered to ensure that your documents fulfils its end use.
As well as translation, other services include ad hoc and conference interpreting, videos and voice-overs, transcription services, subtitling, telephone interpreting, telemarketing, proofreading and editing and transcreation.
Translation makes business communication easier and quicker. It also gives your company an advantage over companies that choose not to translate.
Contact us now to find out how we can help you engage with your customers and grow your business in a global market.