Our Finnish translation services help you reach a small but attractive market.

While Finland has a population of only 5.5 million, it ranks 24th of 178 countries on the Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom.

So how do our Finnish translation services benefit your firm? Simple. We translate your English web copy, contracts, or marketing pieces into a language that clients in Helsinki (or Espoo or Tampere) prefer—their native one.

Finland by the Numbers

  • 5.5 million: population of Finland
  • 600,000: population of Helsinki
  • 24: rank of Finland among 178 countries on the Index of Economic Freedom

And you thought it was always snowing in Finland?

Finnish Translation Services by RedLine

The translators that we assign each Finnish project to are all native Finns. In addition, they’re experts in their area of specialization—for example, marketing, legal, or IT.

So what makes us different? For one thing, we run a boutique firm that puts quality and responsiveness first. This doesn’t mean we’re slow at translating, of course! It just means that we value our clients and our own reputation.

For that reason, we take care with each and every project. Take a recent UI translation, for example. Lacking the right amount of context for a few text strings, our Finnish team asked the client for clarification. Then, we developed a glossary for future use. It sounds simple, but it went a long way towards a good project outcome.

We’re a team of professionals with extensive experience in technical, legal, and marketing translation.

Your Finnish translation will let you reach a market full of educated professionals. Finland, after all, is home to tech giant Nokia, oil refining firm Neste Oil, and retailing firm Kesko.

If your firm is doing business in Finland, then you know this already. But if not, consider that a good translation reflects well on you.

That’s where RedLine comes in. We also translate employee manuals, contracts, and web copy. If you’re just stopping by, then visit our main translation page to see what else we do.