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Certified Translation Frankfurt

Document translation services

Legal & Certified Translations

At our certified translation agency, legal and court translators provide certified translations of official documents such as degree certificates, marriage certificates, birth certificates or contracts as well as legal texts for day-to-day business.

Documents for Business & Marketing

As a translation service provider with many years of experience, we have been supporting clients from industry, retail and marketing for many years in the translation of brochures, websites, product catalogues, technical documentation or financial documents.

Translators for medicine & research

Another specialisation of FÜD is the translation of scientific papers for research institutes in engineering, the medicine, the pharma sector, natural & social sciences as well as for college and university administration.

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Certified German translations from English, French, Spanish...

Are you looking for a German translation service in Frankfurt? Do you need a certified translation into English, German, French or another language or would you like to have a legal, medical or technical text translated? Our translation company Frankfurt employs 34 translators and interpreters locally alone, who are always at your disposal. You can also book our translation service Frankfurt for express translations.

In addition to private clients and institutions, the target group of Fachübersetzungsdienst GmbH primarily includes companies based in Frankfurt am Main, such as Hoechst AG, DB Netz AG, the Radeberger Group, KPMG, PWC, the banks Commerzbank, KfW or DZ Bank and Deutsche Börse AG. Deutsche Bank, Deloitte and Goethe University (including the University Hospital) have also had documents translated by our translation agency.


In addition to professional translations, our translation agency also offers text corrections and DTP services to prepare your translations for later printing. Our translation bureau in Frankfurt handles the languages German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.


On the other hand, our team also includes translators for Scandinavian languages such as Danish, Finnish, Swedish or Norwegian, as well as for Eastern European languages such as Russian, Polish, Romanian, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian, Albanian, Turkish or Greek.


The translation of Asian languages completes our portfolio. This includes translations into Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic or Hebrew. Other languages or dialects, such as translators for British English or American English, can be requested from our customer service.

Translation Company Frankfurt

   34 Professional Translators
   26 Language Combinations

   0800 3333-3433

More about our translation services in Frankfurt

If you require a certified translation and have also been requested to prove the authenticity of your documents in advance by means of an apostille, this can be done at Bürgeramt Frankfurt am Main, Zeil 3 in 60313 Frankfurt. The appendix attached there in the form of a stamp will then also be translated into the language of your choice by our certified translators. Alternatively, you can also contact any local or district court, for example at TGerichtsstraße 2, 60313 Frankfurt, which will also issue this certificate of authenticity.

Express translations in Frankfurt

Regarding a possible express translation, in the event of the language combination German to English, we would like to ask you to arrange a possible delivery date in advance with our customer service, as this is the language combination that is most in demand. The same currently applies to the Arabic-German translation and the Spanish-German translation.

The city of our Frankfurt translators

The city of our Frankfurt translators is the largest city in Hesse and, with just under 672,000 inhabitants, the fifth largest city in the Federal Republic of Germany. Frankfurt was first mentioned in a document in 794 and has been one of the most important cities in Germany since the Middle Ages. Frankfurt am Main is the only German city on the list of the most important international metropolises, the Alpha World Cities. The skyline of Frankfurt am Main is breathtaking. The city's skyscrapers are among the largest in Europe. The Commerzbank Tower was the tallest building in Europe until 2005.

Frankfurt am Main is home to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the Deutsche Bundesbank, the European Central Bank and the Frankfurt Trade Fair. Frankfurt is divided into 46 districts, 121 boroughs and 16 local districts. The population density is 2706 inhabitants per square kilometre. In the first documented mentions, the name of the city was 'Vadum Francorum', which means 'forth of the Franks'.