Contrary to its counterpart, Spanish, the number of native Catalan speakers living or presently on visitation is Singapore is considerable fewer than the numbered native Spanish speakers.

However, just like Spanish native speakers, the native Catalan speakers are friendly; they go into various Singapore cities on a daily basis to carry out their daily duties.
As a result of this, the demand for translations from and into Catalan language in Singapore is huge, thanks to the reasons highlighted above and also partly because of our office in Barcelona, Spain. Native Catalan speakers are often in need of translation services across many languages to conduct their daily duties.

Catalan translators and interpreters

Catalan translator and interpreterFor all native Catalan speakers in Singapore, there will always be a need to carry out translation service whether in form of technical documents, legal contracts, commercial, patency or website content.

To get the best translation and interpretation service in Singapore, Asiatis is the leading name to contact. Apart from being affordable, Asiatis services is unique because they ensure that only indigenous language speakers take care of each document submitted in their native language.
Also, Asiatis ensures that the translators and interpreters working for them in Singapore only handle documents particular to their area of mastery. We also have experienced interpreters available to serve as tour guide or offer translation service to our non-native of Singapore.

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Brief History of the Catalan Language

Catalan (català in Catalan) is regarded as a Roman language native to around 9.1 to 11.5 million speakers in Catalonia. Catalan, a member of the Neolatin language family, was formed from the 8th to the 10th century throughout the Pyrenees in the territories of the Carolingian Empire, which marked the districts of the Hispanic market.