Beyond the Region


We Also Provide Middle-Eastern Languages

Our translation & localization services reach languages outside the scope of the Asia Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish, and Persian translations, amongst others. At AsiaLocalize, we pride ourselves on our wide scope of capability to offer end-to-end localization solutions that extend to rare and challenging language pairs.

With a Carefully Laid Out Plan For Each Project

We easily determine the challenges and systematically approach them. For each target language our project managers select an in-country, native-speaking linguist with firm knowledge and experience in the subject matter, allowing us to deliver a locale-specific product/service.

Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and Hebrew are among the few languages

To be written from Right to Left (RTL) which is usually a challenge. At AsiaLocalize, we utilize novel technology tools supporting both RTL and LTR languages, overcoming a common obstacle in the localization industry
Arabic Translation
Besides the lexical, prosodic, and structural hindrances, cultural hindrances are arguably the most prominent while translating from/to Arabic. We understand the unique history and Arabic cultural norms and guarantee your product is perfectly adjusted to fit in the Arabic market. With more than 295 million native speakers, Arabic is a language characterized by a wide number of varieties. Aside from the differences between formal and vernacular Arabic, the huge number of dialects and sub-dialects can present problems for translation, localization, and transcription services. With human and technological resources that are much more than adequate, AsiaLocalize caters for all Arabic dialects.
Turkish Translation
With 63 million native speakers, the Turkish language is a door to a large spectrum of customers. AsiaLocalize helps you communicate with the Turkish people through fully utilizing our scalability and resources to produce a localized product that would appeal to your target market in Turkey.
Urdu Translation
Urdu is the official language of Pakistan. It absorbed a substantial lexicon of words from Persian, which included many Arabic words that had been assimilated into Persian. The basic structure of Urdu however remained that of Hindi. This unique language history has to be fully understood by the linguist working on your project. Our expert native speakers with the rigorous QA steps applied ensure an accurate contextual translation that goes far beyond the literal, word-to-word translation.
Hebrew Translation
Hebrew has a special history as well as a unique alphabet. With our expert linguists, we assure you that we can meet all of your Hebrew translation needs in a quick and affordable manner.

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