We have translated many books during the years of our activity, with reasonable deadlines and great attention to coherence throughout the translation of the text. The absence of literal errors is essential for enjoyable reading without distractions. All of our translations are proofread at least once before delivery to the customer and often a second time.
For a worker or a user at home, nothing is worse than a manual that uses different names for the same object, transforming assembly, maintenance and operations into obscure undertakings. We translate manuals clearly and focus on rendering technical terms with precision and coherence.
We have translated tens of thousands of magazine articles, resolving desperate cases of translation by reading between the lines to capture the true significance. We always aim for equilibrium between fidelity to the original text and enjoyable reading.
Today, a website is a company’s business card. The lettering and the quality of the translations are immediately associated with the professional qualifications of the website owner. Beyond the good sense of the translations, we also dedicate great attention to grammar and spelling.
BROCHURES and FLYERS
The text of a brochure must be synthetic and forceful. It is one of the few occasions when a little poetic license is justified. We translate brochures with great respect for the written and unwritten rules of communications to obtain results of guaranteed impact.
AUDIO and VIDEO
We offer a transcription service for recordings of lessons, conferences, seminars, interviews, etc.
CERTIFIED TRANSLATIONS and LEGALISED DOCUMENTS
Documents requiring certification by oath or legalisation are handled by mother-tongue translators with a degree in translation who are recognised by the court for this service.
The certification by oath of the translation of a document is often requested for diplomas, certificates, affidavits, legal acts, contracts, mandates and, in general, in all cases where it is necessary that the translator provides official ratification that the contents of the translated text corresponds to the original text. Normally, the translator will take the oath in the presence of a notary or a clerk of the court. In some cases, a simple declaration by the translator at the foot of the document is sufficient.
Legalisation or apostille is a certification of the legal function of the public official who has signed a document and the authenticity of the signature itself. Normally, this operation is handled by the office of the public prosecutor or the local prefecture.