Danish Technical Translation

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  • Danish Technical Translator

    Technical translation requires translators who have a good understanding of technical terms, as well as a good grasp for source and target languages. Our Danish technical translators are able to translate the original documents to a high degree of fidelity, and in line with Australian NAATI translation standards.

    Our highly qualified Danish translators are not only strong in language translation, but also have relevant background knowledge and formal qualifications in engineering or science to translate technical documents in Danish accurately and efficiently.

    Danish Technical Translation

    To begin, simply send us a copy of your documents using the form on this page for a no-obligations quick quote.

    How much will my translation cost?

    The fastest way to get a competitively priced quote for your documents is by sending us your scanned documents. For the best quote, please ensure documents sent are as legible and as well-orgnanised as possible.

    Why Choose Us

    • Competitive price, No hidden fees
    • Do Not need original files
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    • Secure & Easy Submission Process
    • Delivery by E-mail and Post

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    The Danish Language

    Danish is the national language of Denmark, a North Germanic language spoken by around six million people. It is also spoken by 50,000 Germans of Danish ethnicity in the northern parts of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, where it holds the status of minority language. Danish is a mandatory subject in school in the Danish crown territories of the Faroe Islands and Greenland, as well as the former crown holding of Iceland. There are also Danish language communities in Argentina, the U.S. and Canada. Danish is mutually intelligible with Norwegian and Swedish.1