We provide English to Arabic translation services for companies around the globe.
Based in the heart of the Arab world, STAR Middle East provides high-quality Arabic translation and desktop publishing services.
What version of Arabic should you translate into?
Arabic is spoken by approximately 300 million people living in more than 22 countries across the Middle East. We translate into Modern Standard Arabic helping our customers communicate effectively throughout the Arab world.
Complete Documentation Cycle:
We can manage the complete document cycle for you, from translation to final layout. We work with multiple file formats including QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign and FrameMaker, HTML, XML, AutoCAD DXF, Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word, Acrobat PDF, paper and even faxes. Whatever your format we can help you deliver that content to your customers.
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Clients include companies such as BMW, Mowag and Tag Heuer. Why do they choose us? Our translation teams are specialists in their chosen fields. This is a key factor in delivering quality translation. We have extensive automotive and technical translation expertise. So can translate your manuals, brochures and websites. Learn more about our technical translation services for the Automotive and Engineering industries.
For Your Information
Arabic or Modern Standard Arabic, originates from the Afro-Asiatic family of languages. It is spoken as an official language in the Middle East, North Africa and the Horn of Africa. Below is a table of countries, organisations and unions where Arabic is spoken (although not all of these countries use it officially).
|Arabic Speaking Countries, Territories and Organisations|
|Oman||State of Palestine||Qatar|
|UAE (United Arab Emirates)||Western Sahara||Yemen|
|African Union||Arab League||Organisation of the Islamic Co-operation|