In addition to the languages detailed on the “Languages” page, we can also arrange translations into and out of all the main East and West European languages, so we can be your “one-stop shop” for translation.
How work is received
Nowadays, texts for translation are usually received by fax and e-mail. Source-language texts received by e-mail in an editable file format (e.g. MS Word) can of course be overtyped in the target language, thereby preserving the original formatting and leaving any figures undisturbed.
How work is despatched
Translated texts are usually returned to the client by e-mail and sometimes by fax, but this is becoming rarer. Very occasionally, e.g. where a translation has to be certified, “snail mail” is still used.
We reckon on being able to translate around 2,000 words per day, where the text to be translated is fairly straightforward.