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    Urdu Translation Services

    Urdu evolved from the Hindu dialect of Delhi and is spoken primarily in Pakistan and India. Our market leading Urdu translation service is underpinned by a veteran team of Urdu translators who all speak Urdu as their first language. With the ability to transcend cultural differences, their cross-industry expertise produces first-class translations tailored to your Urdu associates. Some of the companies we have assisted with our Urdu translation services include Siemens, Unilever, Hasbro, NHS, Estee Lauder, Vodafone, Castrol, Allsaints and the BBC.

    ISO

    An internationally recognised standard, with certification ensuring organisations meet a high level of quality

    ISO 9001 : 2000

    ISO

    A specialist accreditation specific to translation companies. Something Absolute Translations is proud to have pioneered in the UK

    ISO 17100 : 2015**(Specialist translation accreditation)

    10KSB

    Selected by Goldman Sachs to be an exclusive member of its £500 million productivity & growth investment programme

    Goldman Sachs 10KSB Member

    ATC

    There to re-enforce our commitment to the highest standards of business ethics and translation quality

    Association of Translation Companies & EUATC Member

    15+

    Celebrating 15+ years; Absolute Translations has become synonymous with providing quality translations at transparent low prices

    15 Years' Expertise

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    Experienced Urdu Translators

    The Urdu language is quite similar to India’s national language Hindi, as well as being the national language of Pakistan. Absolute Translations has formed different teams of Urdu translators to support your translation needs, depending on the subject matter of your documents. All of our translators are native speakers of the target language, with a minimum of 5 years’ experience and academic qualifications in translation and interpreting. As our competitive fees are calculated exclusively by the word or character, you’ll never be expected to pay a high premium for technical or niche sector projects.

    Officially Certified Urdu Translations

    Our Urdu translation service has achieved officially certified status. When you require a fast, secure and accurate translation service to process your passports, birth, marriage and academic certificates, we can usually deliver a same day service. Contact us when you’re up against the clock. Our same-day Urdu translation service offers a swift turnaround for your documents, ensuring you meet even the most urgent deadlines. We provide all certification levels depending on your specific requirements, from statements of truth to notarisations and Apostilles for legal use abroad.

    Legal Translation

    Our specialist translators will be aware of ambiguities in terms such as “warning” and “caution” within different languages.

    Medical Translation

    Medical translators with in-depth knowledge and strict compliance to ISO9001 & ISO17100 quality assurance.

    Technical Translation

    We have worked on documents from chair designs to technical specifications for the world’s largest diesel engine manufacturer.

    Localisation Services

    Transcreation engages your audience to the tone of your brand. Convey your message abroad with an all-in-one service.

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