China Translation Company
Dutch Translation

We offer professional translation services for English to Dutch, Dutch to Chinese, Chinese to Dutch and Dutch to English language pairs. Also we translate Dutch to and from any other world language.

Our team consists of expert Dutch translators. All translators specialize in different fields such as legal, financial, technical, medical and others.

In the era of globalization, you definitely would want to consider to localize your website to Dutch language! This is the most cost-effective investment you can make to expand your business!

We make it possible. Our translation process is flawless and hassle free.

Translate to Dutch your legal correspondence and financial documents and you will get a competitive advantage over other companies which have not done that yet. LocaTran Translations Ltd is your reliable partner for all your Dutch translation needs.

Dutch Language Facts
Dutch is spoken by the 15 million inhabitants of the Netherlands, and is also the official language of Surinam in South America, and of the Netherlands Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. It is also spoken in northern Belgium but there the language is generally referred to as Flemish. Cape Dutch, or Afrikaans, spoken in South Africa, is an offshoot of Dutch that is now considered a separate language. The name Dutch is derived from the word Dietsch, meaning the vernacular, as distinguished from Latin.
Dutch, is one of the Germanic languages, and thus part of the Indo-European family. It is related to Frisian, German and English. Long a maritime nation, the Dutch have left their imprint on many languages of the world.
Both Belgium and the Netherlands use a common literary language, termed standard Netherlandic or standard Dutch. Local spoken dialects vary gradually from village to village across the Netherlandic-speaking region shading into the regional Low German dialects of northern Germany. Modern standard literary Dutch developed under the successive influence of the dialects of Flanders, Brabant, and Holland, during the times of their respective political and economic hegemony.