Chinese Translation Services
by Chinese Translator in Detroit and Ann Arbor
Chinese Translation in Detroit

Also see Chinese Tour Guide and Chinese Travel Agency in Detroit

In Detroit and Ann Arbor, we provide Chinese translation and Mandarin interpretation services by our Chinese translators and Mandarin interpreters in the city of Detroit, Ann Arbor and their rural areas.  We aim to help you in Chinese language communications with our professional Chinese translation services.

Since 2010, we have provided Mandarin interpretation services for different professionals, mostly in the auto industry as well as in the real estate development industry.  We have seen many Chinese investors looking into investing in the automobile parts and manufacturing industry in Detroit, as well as making real estate investments.  We have also provided interpretation services for executive training programs for a well known university in Ann Arbor.

Contact us in Detroit

By Email:

info@certifiedchinesetranslation.com
(Received instantaneously through a secure server)

By Phone:

888-852-8333
(Toll Free.  If busy, please call 626-282-9186 or the number below, or email)


626-487-8909
(24 hour mobile number, or if calling from outside of the US)

By Fax:

626-282-9252

Our Chinese Translators in Detroit

Detroit Chinese Translator Coordinator: Julia

Julia is a Chinese translator in Detroit.  As one of our Chinese translation teams in Detroit, she coordinates our Chinese translators and Mandarin interpreters in Detroit.  She has had more than 10 years of translation and interpretation experience in China and US, and more than 1 year of experience in Detroit. 

She is an asset in our Chinese translation team in Detroit.

 

General Information about Detroit

Detroit is the most populous city in the State of Michigan with 5.3 million people living in its metropolitan area, known as Metro Detroit. The City of Detroit anchors the second-largest economic region in the Midwest, behind Chicago.


The Detroit area emerged as a significant metropolitan region within the United States in the early 20th century due to the expansion of the auto industry.  However, in the late 20th century to present, due to industrial restructuring and loss of jobs in the auto industry, Detroit lost considerable population. On July 18, 2013, Detroit filed the largest municipal bankruptcy case in U.S. history.

Today, Detroit is home to several major corporations, including three Fortune 500 companies. The most heavily represented sectors are manufacturing (particularly automotive), finance, technology, and health care. The most significant companies based in Detroit include: General Motors (downtown), Quicken Loans (downtown), Ally Financial (downtown), Compuware (downtown), Shinola (New Center), American Axle (North End), Meridian Health (downtown), Little Caesars (downtown), DTE Energy (downtown), Lowe Campbell Ewald (downtown), Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (downtown), Rossetti Architects (downtown), and several prominent law firms. Aside from the numerous Detroit-based companies, downtown Detroit contains large offices for Comerica, Chrysler, HP Enterprise, Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, and Ernst & Young. Ford Motor Company is located in the adjacent city of Dearborn.