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Professional Chinese Translations from MTT

MTT’s specialist Chinese translators are highly qualified native speakers and experts in their chosen field, providing translations from Chinese into English and from English into Chinese. Specialist subject fields include, technical, marketing, legal, websites, subtitling, voiceovers, exhibitions, proof-reading and many more.

Chinese translation services from MTT are reliable, punctual and accurate – from a short letter to a hundred page technical manual or website you can rely on our translation services to help you communicate effectively with your audience.

China and the Chinese Language

There are approximately 1.2 billion Chinese speakers globally making it the most widely spoken language in the world.

Chinese is actually a group of related language varieties of which Mandarin is the most widely spoken. Other variants include Cantonese, Wu, Yue and Min. Standard Chinese (Mandarin) is one of the 6 official languages of the UN and is the main language used for government, the media and in schools.

Each Chinese character represents a Chinese word and these can be written using either the Traditional or Simplified system. A well-educated Chinese reader will recognize up to 6000 characters. All varieties of spoken Chinese use tones to distinguish words.

MTT’s services are available in both Traditional Chinese (Cantonese, mainly for Hong Kong and Macau) and Simplified Chinese (Mandarin, mainly for mainland China, Taiwan and Singapore).

Why is Chinese translation so important?

Translation between English and Chinese is becoming increasingly important as trade with China grows.

With 731 million users, China also has the world’s largest online population. Three powerful companies – Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent – dominate the online market. American companies like Apple Inc. (AAPL) also use Chinese resources to keep costs low and margins high.

China is a growing nation: in recent times, remarkable progress has been made in China’s railway infrastructure and the building of a comprehensive highway network throughout the country, including the longest motorway in the world.

In recent years we have seen more UK companies setting up a manufacturing base in China and needing translations of agreements, contracts, insurance documentation and technical documentation to facilitate this.

What qualifications do our Chinese translators hold?

Our Chinese translators have a range of degree level qualifications, and experience across relevant fields such as engineering, water treatment, automotive, legal, medical, marketing and IT. We are able to source linguists with the right skills to match your specific requirements and also offer interpreting in Chinese, for meetings, medical appointments, court cases or HR disputes for example. We have NRPSI registered Chinese interpreters on our books for legal or medical assignments and also Chinese translators who have lived and worked in both China and the UK.

Why should I choose MTT for my Chinese translations?

MTT are a reliable and friendly company who have been providing translation and interpreting services for over 30 years. We offer proven, cost effective solutions for all your translation and interpreting needs, backed by ISO9001 accreditation.

Our 2017 customer survey revealed an “Excellent” 95% satisfaction rating from our clients – you’ll be in safe hands for your Chinese translation projects. We pride ourselves on providing great service with a smile.

Based in the Midlands, we’re proud to service both local customers in Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Worcester and also clients across the UK and internationally.

How do I get a Chinese translation?

To get a quote, contact us now by sending an email with your document and details of what you need to enquiries@midlandtechnical.co.uk, or call us on 0844 856 1086. Our team will be happy to discuss your requirements.

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