Rosetta Translation provides a full range of Punjabi translation services in London and worldwide.
High Quality Punjabi Translations
Our company is a multi-sector Punjabi translation specialist and has particular expertise in the following fields:
We guarantee a consistently high quality of Punjabi translation in each of these various fields by making sure we assign every translation to the most appropriate specialised team of highly qualified Punjabi translators, proofreaders and editors.
We also provide Punjabi interpreting services in London and worldwide.
Highly Accredited Punjabi Translators
Rosetta is one of only a handful of translation companies to have achieved the prestigious ISO 9001:2008 certification as well as the DIN EN 15038 norm, the only certification that specifically deals with translation services. Our customers can therefore be completely sure that the quality of our translations is consistently high.
Combined with our use of translation technology and our extraordinary flexibility with regard to client needs, this results in the professional and reliable Punjabi translation service that our regular customers value.
Punjabi translations can be certified, notarised and legalised to meet your exact requirements.
English to Punjabi Translation
For English-Punjabi translations, we only use experienced, native translators, all of whom specialise in a number of different areas of translation to give the best possible results for our customers. We then make sure the formatting is correct, providing an overall final English to Punjabi translation of excellent quality.
Punjabi is the world’s tenth most widely spoken language, with approximately 100 million native speakers in India and Pakistan alone. The UK boasts 800,000 Punjabi speakers and there are also significant populations in Canada, the United Arab Emirates and the United States of America. Punjabi originates from the Punjab region which spans north-western India and part of Pakistan. Punjabi is the most widely spoken language in Pakistan despite not having an official status there. It is also the official language in which all Sikh ceremonies take place. There are two written forms of modern Punjabi: the Gurmukhi script, used in the Indian Punjab and the Shahmukhi (Perso-Arabic) script, used in Pakistan. India is currently the world’s twelfth largest-growing economy.
Punjabi to English Translation
Whether your Punjabi-English translation assignment is complex and technical or of a more basic nature, Rosetta Translation always has experienced translators on hand to deliver, with expertise in a wide range of areas, from esoteric medical terminology to complex legal jargon.
All our Punjabi to English translations are carried out by native English speakers with relevant qualifications.