Support for languages strategic to your business

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Support for languages strategic to your business

One-stop translation services from our expert in-house teams. For print or digital media, across 100+ languages.

Supporting your ambition

The demand for multilingual communications and information is growing exponentially. As multiple languages become strategic to global businesses, they turn to EVS Translations for sophisticated translation services that can be scaled. French translations for major banks, German translations for law firms, or Japanese translations for manufacturers. Our unique in-house teams across all project critical areas make com­plex and diverse content accessible to all of your global stakeholders, whichever languages they speak. We work with businesses from Nottingham to London and from Berlin to Seoul. How can we help you today?

Professional management of your content over multiple languages

Translating content into multiple languages can be complicated. It requires careful coordination of multi-disciplinary teams and expert use of translation technologies. What’s more, different languages present different layout and design challenges, so a solid understanding of the technical issues that may arise is essential. We implement content management strategies to ensure the multilingual content we deliver is an asset, not a drain on resources. From German translations to Chinese translations, from 5 languages to 20, we’ve got you covered.

One of the leading translation companies in Europe - with a bespoke approach to language

At the heart of what we do is the art of translation, itself. That is why we hire and train the best translator talent to work as permanent in-house members of our team. They understand what our clients want and care about their content. 

EVS Translations has one of the industry’s largest German translation and French translation teams, as well as many other in-house languages. For less in-demand languages, we partner with globally-located translation companies who are audited by us to ensure quality and reliability. This allows us much greater control over resources, quality and timeframes.

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Find out how we can help you to manage the languages strategic to your business. Call us on +44 (0)1159 5010 or use our contact form.

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