Each of our Polish translators work in their native language and are specially selected because they have proven subject matter expertise beyond translation. Moreover each translator has least three years translating and interpreting experience and exceeds the requirements for ISO 9001:2008. The resulting accuracy and professionalism is why 98% of all our customers come back to us. By working with an extensive range of over 4,000 translators we are able to ensure your translation, whether it’s into Polish or out of Polish from 140 other languages is flawless and on time.
If you would like a quote for Polish translation, or require further information, please do not hesitate to call one of our friendly project managers on 0845 130 1170.
We’re experts at desktop publishing. Our in-house team can make any translated document look like the original. We understand the need for accurate translations and pride ourselves on being the preferred choice for the Polish translation of websites and read-to-print leaflets, manuals and information guides.
Poland has been one of the fastest developing countries in the EU with a domestic market of over 38 million consumers. Global Voices recognises that such economic growth will lead to an increase in overseas trading which inevitably requires increased communication. Poland itself lies at the crossroads of European trade and transport routes. Along with an economy that has shown uninterrupted growth since 1992, Poland is a country to watch with regards to trade.Situated between Eastern and Western Europe, Poland represents huge potential for businesses looking have their voice to be heard on the continent.
We do both to the same high standards. We work in over 140 languages and can translate seamlessly across any of those. Our project managers will ensure you’re working with the best native Polish speakers to get a flawless translation and interpretation.
The Polish language has its roots in the Slavic group of languages made up of three sectors: East, West and South. The group is comprised of over 20 different languages including Russian and Bulgarian.
Polish is the second most widely spoken language in the Slavic group, topped only by Russian.