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The Native Translator is a Swiss Online Translation Service, recognised internationally as a one of the leading translation services globally with over 3,000 professional translators among our staff. We specialise in the Scandinavian languages and among them the Danish language.
The Native Translator has been chosen for Danish as well as Norwegian and Swedish translation by multinational companies around the world as well as top government agencies and non-profit organisations for .
Based on your requirements, we assign your project to one of our specialised Danish translation teams of highly qualified Danish translators, proofreaders and editors, thus ensuring a consistent and top quality Danish translation in each of these areas.
The Native Translator is able to provide certified translations to and from Danish and 99 other languages. The fact that a translation is certified or accredited will be indicated on the translation with a stamp or an accompanying letter.
Accreditation processes and the definition of an accredited translation differ from country to country. Generally it means a translation that has been done by an officially recognised translator. Our accredited translations are conducted by sworn translators across the world, who possess all appropriate legal rights and documents affirming their accreditation. We deliver the translated document as a PDF file but should you need an original just select “translation with paper copy” when you order your translation.
Around 6 million people, principally in the country of Denmark, speak the Danish language. The language is part of the Scandinavian Mainland language group.
The Native Translator is the industry leader in online professional translation providing a 24/7 Danish translation service globally. When quality is important to you, you should turn to a certified translation company. The Native Translator is an ISO 17100 as well as CAN/CGSB-131.10 certified translation agency. We offer certified translation into more than 100 languages.