Russian Translation

Russian Translation

Our expert linguists provide speedy and accurate Russian translations for businesses across a range of industries.

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Russian Translation & Interpretation For Businesses

We work with native Russian speakers to guarantee the highest quality translations. Our translation services go beyond word-for-word translation, with each of our experienced linguists using their cultural knowledge to create accurate, well-written content that is localised for your target audience.

We are committed to providing the best Russian translation service in the business. Our network of translators have background knowledge of a variety of industries, allowing us to assign each project to a translator who understands the relevant sector. This ensures that every translation is completed with complete accuracy and includes industry-specific terminology.

Unlike many other languages, Russian does not use the Latin alphabet. Instead, it relies on a Cyrillic alphabet which may be unfamiliar to those who do not speak the language, making it a particularly tricky language to learn. However, your projects are in the hands of experienced, native linguists, who deliver word-perfect Russian translations at all times.

Why Your Business Needs A Russian Translation Service

Consulting with a Russian translation service allows your business to communicate with the 140 million inhabitants of the Russian Federation—the world’s largest country. Russian is also spoken in over 30 countries in the world, including emerging markets like Kazakhstan, Belarus and Ukraine, as well as established markets like Canada and Germany. With an estimated 260 million Russian speakers around the world, entering this market is crucial for any business seeking international success.

In addition to the complexity of Russian grammar, the sheer number of speakers means that a number of Russian dialects have emerged. Our skilled linguists are able to identify the particular dialect spoken by your target audience and tailor your Russian translations accordingly. A localised translation allows your business to effectively convey its message to a specific Russian market.

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Do I need a Russian translator for written text?

The Russian alphabet, grammar and syntax is difficult to learn for non-speakers and written text is often even harder to translate. Character length and grammar rules mean that Russian text typically takes up to 15% more space than English. However, our translators take formatting into consideration and ensure that all Russian translations are appropriate for our clients’ designs.

What are Russia’s most successful industries?

Russia is considered an “energy superpower” and is home to the world’s largest proven natural gas reserves. It is also the largest exporter of natural gas and the second-largest exporter of petroleum. Additionally, the nation is known for its sophisticated arms industry, with top exports including combat aircraft, air defence systems, ships and submarines.

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We have the capability, drive, and ambition to be the fastest growing translation company within each of our chosen territories and sectors—with a strong, proactive, and dedicated team, and a delighted client base.

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Pricing packages available

You can use our services on an adhoc basis or take advantage of one of our contracted offers to suit your business requirements. Enter into a bespoke contract with London Translations and we will tailor a pricing package that best suits your business requirements:

Pay per minute of dictation for digital audio
Pay per word for copy typing
Pay by the hour for manuscript amendment or reformatting documents
Monthly fee that covers all services
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