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Translation is the process of rendering text from one language into another language so that the original meaning is correctly conveyed. According to American linguist Eugene A. Nida, the goal of translating is to reproduce in the target language the closest natural equivalent of the source language message. Beyond linguistic equivalence, translation thus is an intercultural communication process.


Simultaneous interpretation is when an interpreter translates the message from the source language to the target language in real-time. In consecutive interpreting, the speaker makes a speech (or says a few sentences) while the interpreter takes notes. The interpreter then reproduces what the speaker has said for the audience. Available interpreting formats are video, phone or face-to-face interpreting. We help you decide which solution works best for you.


We offer multilingual desktop publishing (DTP) to allow you to smoothly translate your document into your target language. Whether user guide, e-learning content, as-built, flowcharts, CAD files, presentation slides or website – we make sure that your project is perfectly formatted to present a professional appearance.

Schematics translation

Drawings or diagrams are often part of technical documentation and can present some challenges in terms of translation. We can provide quality technical drawing translation. For this purpose, we first need to consider whether we can work with the file format you provide. Ideally, you have a CAD software file that can be saved in DXF exchange format and is easy for us to process. We will deliver a DXF file back which you can reimport in your original software. However, we can also work with a PDF file of your drawing and provide you with a fully translated and formatted document. If you only have a hardcopy of your drawing that’s no reason to despair either since we can scan it to create a digital file and proceed as above.

“Let us think the unthinkable, let us do the undoable, let us prepare to grapple with the ineffable itself, and see if we may not eff it after all.”

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