The company business was founded by the late
Dimo Galiungi in 1964. Soon after his arrival in Australia, he was quickly recognised by
the Legal community for his extensive linguistic and cultural knowledge which expanded
over seven (7) languages. Having obtained his Law Degree from France he practiced as a
Solicitor in Egypt and Europe, with linguistic skills and legal background he soon found
himself responding to requests for interpreting and translation services.
demand for his services and range of languages continued to grow. As a result of this a
PANEL of accredited practicing interpreters
and translators was established, creating one of the very first private language service
providers in NSW. He commenced trading as Dimo Galiungi &
Associates, as the business expanded and demand for translations increased another trading
name was used namely Associated Translators & Linguists.
The company Associated Translators & Linguists Pty Ltd was
registered in 1984 and the trading name Dimo Galiungi and Associates was incorporated in
the above company.
As the largest private language service provider in NSW we have over 40
years experience in the delivery of language services, including interpreting,
translations, typesetting and media in over 90 languages and dialects.
Our clients include Local, State & Federal Governments, Immigration
Departments, all of the major Workers' Compensation and Third Party Insurers,
Self-Insurers, Private Industry and the Legal Profession
Our NAATI accredited interpreters and translators specialise in many
fields which encompass all the needs of our Ethnic Community, these include personal and
domestic matters, business dealings both for local and overseas, legal matters, Tribunals,
Hearings, Arbitration & Mediation, Court appearances for Family Law, Civil and
Criminal litigation, Workers Compensation, Investigations, Rehabilitation Providers and
In 1993 we were appointed by the Motor Accidents Authority of NSW and
the Third Party Insurers in the New South Wales as their official interpreters. The brief
is to provide interpreting assistance to people of NESB, to explain the Third Party Claim
Form and the operations of the CTP system. The service is provided at our City office.