we listen carefully to our clients
we work with professional translators
What does ‘listening to the client’ mean?
We respect the deadline that the client requests.
We use the specific terminology requested.
We adapt the text to suit its target audience.
These are the ingredients of a perfect translation.
What does ‘working with professionals’ mean?
A professional translator will have completed an adequate course of study (click here to find out more about the Faculty of Translation).
A professional translator specialises in a limited number of sectors, because the translation of a financial statement, for example, demands different skills to those needed for promotional literature.
What type of translations do we do?
Technical, legal, commercial, academic, scientific, literary and sworn translations.
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How much does a translation cost? And how long does it take?
Send us the document to be translated and we will send you a quote and turnaround time.
Rest assured that the text will be handled with the utmost confidentiality.
Email us at email@example.com or telephone us on +39 0543 23916 – 0544202061.
Remember to indicate the language required for your translation.
We will quickly get back to you with a quote and turnaround time. Please note: if a specific deadline is required, let us know!
You should be aware that if the translation is urgent, the costs will be slightly higher than shown on our price list. A translation is considered urgent if it is to be completed within a day (unless containing few words) or requires the translator to complete more than eight pages a day (the maximum limit for a professional translator).
Which languages do we translate?
We work with:
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