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Certified Translation Hamburg

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.

German translators Hamburg

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

Are you looking for a German translation service in Hamburg? 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 Hamburg employs 38 translators and interpreters locally alone, who are always at your disposal. You can also book our translation service Hamburg for express translations.

In addition to private clients and institutions, the target group of Fachübersetzungsdienst GmbH primarily includes companies based in Hamburg, such as Beiersdorf, Aurubis, Deutsche EuroShop AG, Fielmann, TAG Immobilien, Hawesko, Jungheinrich, Asklepios Kliniken and, of course, the Port of Hamburg. Marriott Hotel Management GmbH, the University of Hamburg and the Jobcenter 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 Hamburg handles the languages German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch 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, Chinese, Korean, 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 Hamburg

   Colonnaden 5, D-20354 Hamburg
   0800 3333-3433

More about our translation services in Hamburg

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 Bezirksamt Hamburg-Mitte, Caffamacherreihe 1-3 in 20355 Hamburg. 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 Sievekingplatz 1, 20355 Hamburg, which will also issue this certificate of authenticity.

Express translations in Hamburg

Regarding a possible express translation, in the event of a English-German translation, 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 French-German translation and the Portuguese-German translation.

The city of our Hamburg translators

The city of our Hamburg translators is both a state and a city municipality. Hamburg is the second smallest federal state in terms of area and the fourth smallest in terms of population. The state government here is called the Senate, the state ministers are called Senators, and the Prime Minister, who is responsible to the state parliament, the Hamburg Bürgerschaft, is called the First Mayor. The original municipal affairs are administered by seven district offices.

The city's main rivers are the Alster, which is almost 70 kilometres long and has been dammed to form an attractive city lake in the inner city area, and the mighty Elbe river, which divides Hamburg into a northern and a southern part. From Hamburg, the Elbe still has about 100 kilometres to travel to its mouth in the North Sea to the northwest.

Numerous Hamburgers, whether born in the Hanseatic city or otherwise connected to it, have become famous far beyond the borders of their home city. They include former Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, UFA film star Hans Albers, theatre headmaster Ida Ehre, football legend Uwe Seeler, KPD leader (1925-1933) Ernst Thälmann, art patron Philipp Remtsmaa, banker and Bismarck financier Max Warburg.