Maryland Translation Services
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Maryland Translation Services

For 30 years, the Maryland business community has partnered with ASTA-USA Translation Services, Inc. for all of its document translation needs. We are proud to have partnered with some of the state’s top businesses, organizations and prominent individuals to provide unbeatable document translation services in Maryland. As the market continues to grow and change, it’s vital that your company can partner with a reliable company like ASTA-USA. Your company success is our number one goal. We want to help you connect and communicate with as many markets as you want, creating brand loyalty.

The State of Maryland

The Old Line State became the 7th state in America in 1788. It was home to the country’s first school, King Williams School opened in 1696; it’s referred to as “Little America” for its varied terrain of mountains, farmland and beaches. Maryland also served as the country’s capital in the 18th century. Today, the state is home to numerous historical attractions, diverse people and a growing economy. The Antietam National Battlefield is one of America’s most historic battle sites. It was this battle that inspired Abraham Lincoln to issue the Emancipation Proclamation, and today gives visitors an in-depth look into American history. Maryland is also home to Fort McHenry National Museum, a key battle site in the War of 1812 that inspired Maryland native Francis Scott Key to pen “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Today, the United States Naval Academy is located in Maryland and educates and trains proud members of the U.S. Navy. Martinak State Park gives residents and tourists a chance to connect with nature. With campsites, hiking trails, fishing, boating and a playground, this park is the perfect place for an afternoon or weekend of fun. Vacationers wishing to connect with nature in a different way will love soaking up the sun at Ocean City Beach. This 10-mile beach is free and offers visitors the opportunity to swim, surf, fish, kayak and canoe, and features one of the country’s best boardwalks.

Maryland is also home to a diverse population. For years, people have relocated to the state from all over the world to take advantage of educational and job opportunities. As they relocate, they bring their country’s language, culture and traditions and add immeasurable value to Maryland’s culture. Besides English, some of the most commonly-spoken languages in Maryland are Spanish, African dialects, Chinese, Urdu and French. The major industries that support Maryland’s economy are aerospace and defense, fishing, life sciences, manufacturing and cyber security. With its close proximity to Washington, D.C., it’s no surprise that the aerospace and defense industry contributes around $35 billion to the annual economy. Its geographic location also enables the state to have a thriving fishing industry. Maryland is the country’s largest producer of blue crabs. Life sciences, or medical research, generates $17 billion for the state’s economy with thousands of organizations and institutions like Johns Hopkins University leading the country in healthcare research. Manufacturing has been one of Maryland’s major industries since the 19th century. Initially, the state manufactured ships and sailing vessels, now it manufactures products for printing and publishing, food, machinery and chemical companies. Cyber security is also a lucrative industry in the state. Fifty federal facilities and 12 military installations provide 200,000 government jobs that deal with cyber security.

Some of the largest employers in Maryland are:

  • Fort Meade
  • University System of Maryland
  • Giant Food
  • Black & Decker
  • MedStar Health

Whether it’s marketing to local, non-English speaking clients or drawing up legal trade agreements, document translation services in Maryland is vital for any number of local companies. When doing international business, 100% accurate document translation is a must for successful business dealings.

ASTA-USA is here to help. Our accredited translators are native speakers of the language you need, giving them an innate understanding of the language, culture, grammar and sentence structure they’re translating. They understand how to translate cultural sayings and keep the original thought and content of your document intact. Each of our certified translators have also completed an extensive education and at least 10 years of career experience. We understand how important your written business documents are, and therefore, only entrust them to our in-house professionals. Our attention to detail and commitment to perfection make our Maryland translation services the best in the state.

These professionals are not only translation specialists, but industry experts as well. They have an understanding of nearly every industry, including business, legal, marketing, finance, government, technical, education, medical and science and research. They stay up-to-date on the latest trends and terminology in order to provide the most accurate and thorough translation possible. We have experts for 70 languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Mandarin, Japanese, Italian, Dutch and Portuguese. No language pair is too rare for our Maryland translation services experts.

Maryland Translation Service Free Quote

As part of the Maryland business community, we want to continue partnering with the state’s top companies to help them grow and thrive on the local and international business market. We understand the significance and need of continued company growth and success within such a dynamic market. By utilizing Maryland translation services, your company is making the most of every business connection and globally growing its brand. Contact us today for your free quote outlining our translation services within Maryland.