Established in 1990 in Pforzheim before relocating to Karlsruhe, we have used our global network of experienced translators to provide translations in all global languages. We use experienced and qualified translators/interpreters for every job, and our work is based on the mother tongue principle, whereby translators always translate into their native language.
We specialise in translations from English to German and vice versa. For such translations we almost exclusively use translators employed on a full-time basis.
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Our specialist translators' chosen subject areas are law (contracts, contract law), patent systems (patent specifications and applications), medicine (in particular medical technology, radiology, urology), economics and finance (balance sheets, correspondence, tender etc.), technology (specifications, instruction manuals and guides, but mainly mechanical engineering, automotive technology, digital technology, pump technology, packaging technology), PR and advertising, IT and websites. Naturally, we also provide certified translations (i.e. contracts, statutes or registration certificates).
Over the past 21 years we have translated for, amongst others, the following well-known companies:
Our translators are either qualified to degree level, state certified or state recognised. Engineers, doctors and lawyers also translate for us in various subject areas (technology, medicine or law).
We work in almost all languages, but mainly English, German, French, Spanish and other European languages. Our translations from English to German and vice versa - completed on site - are subject to our four eye principle: our translator produces the translation and another experienced translator checks it for errors.
We also maintain a blog featuring insights and commentaries on the translation profession and language learning in general. Please visit our bilingual blog for insights into the translation profession.
Please visit our informational site for information on the translation profession and a list of universities offering translation courses.
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Updated 18 May 2012. The Euro will survive.