The nation of Albania has had a long and interesting history and has made great strides in the last decade to improve its economy and to take advantage of it position in the Mediterranean area close to Greece. The rapid improvement of Albania’s tourist industry and the government’s willingness to take advantage of foreign investment has seen the economy flourish. The huge influx of investment capital has been followed by companies setting up branches or subsidiaries in Albania and by partnerships with existing Albanian companies and the government controlled institutions.
There is a great need for Albanian translation services and we can help you by providing accurate and fast translations. Our experienced team of Albanian language translators will take your work and return it to you completely translated in only a few days depending on urgency, project size and workload. Quality translation services are not cheap but we ensure that you get the best value possible by using properly trained personnel. Some services try to keep costs down by employing people new to the industry we take the view that using better trained personnel with wider experience actually enables us to lower our cost per page and deliver a better translation. When you use our service we think you will also agree.
If you require high quality certified translations of your documents then we can provide them efficiently. Our English to Albanian translation specialists are able to offer certified translations on any documents that you provide. They are recognized as being fully conversant in both languages and can meet the criteria that are required to be able to certify that they are complete and accurate translations of the original documents.
There are many situations where you may need certified translations from Albanian or from English into the other language. These may include:
- Immigration documents
- Customs documents
- Educational documents
- Corporate documents
- Birth, Death and Marriage certificates
- Adoption documents
The most important requirement in certified translations is that the entire document is translated and that it is translated accurately. When you use a recognized and professional translation service such as the one we provide then you are assured of having documents that will meet the highest standards.
The need for top quality technically literate Albanian language translators is growing as more companies seek to have their products and services used inside Albania. The rapid improvement in the Albanian economy and the influx of overseas products and companies doing business in Albania has driven this need for technical document translations.
We are able to guarantee fast and efficient translations by using the best English Albanian translators.This makes the process more efficient and improves accuracy while making certain that technical and complicated parts of the translation clearly impart the same meaning in both languages. This is the hallmark of the best technical translation providers and we feel that our Albanian translation team can meet your highest standards. We have experience in translating technical documents such as:
- Training manuals
- Instruction manuals
- Product catalogues and brochures
- Educational papers
- User guides
Website Translation and Localization
The internet is the number one way that most people get information and we can partner with your web development team in translating and localizing a new or existing website. If you are looking to move into the Albanian market then you might like to take advantage of our ability to translate English to Albanian. This is a low cost way of directly targeting the Albanian market.
We also have significant experience in translating Albanian to English allowing existing or new websites that are in Albanian to also target English speaking markets around the world. We can help you with:
Albania: the Country and Language
The capital of Albania is Tirana and the official language is Albanian and is almost universally spoken. Many people can also speak Greek or the myriad of similar Slavic languages from the surrounding countries. While 95% of Albanians are ethnic Albanians there is also a small ethnic Greek community in Albania.
Albania is a developing country and has a GDP of approximately $9000 per capita with a population approaching 3 million people. It has asked to become part of the European Union and its flourishing tourist industry is grown the number of foreign visitors by ten times in less than a decade.