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As it sounds, this is the standard document-to-document translation. Simply email, fax or send us your document, either for a quote or to be translated right away. We generally deliver your translated documents as a Word document by email. However, should you wish to receive it in a different format then we would be happy to oblige.

Professional document translation

Our professional linguists will provide you with a translation of your document that is both accurate and fluent. Our global network covers every language combination and has the skill to tackle any subject matter. With specialists in everything from pharmaceuticals to insurance law, our translators are always accredited by a professional body and only ever work into their mother tongue. Supported by our experienced project managers, this means that our translations of text will meet every one of your expectations.

Our translators are generally able to translate between 1,500 and 2,500 words per day, which equates to roughly 3 to 5 pages. If you require a more rapid turnaround, then we will use several translators on your project. To maintain consistency in style, one of our translation project managers will oversee all the work. Whatever the length of your text, we will always proofread the translation carefully to ensure that it is free from errors.

Exacting business standards

As well as our own translation standards Global Lingo are members of the Association of Translation Companies (ATC) and abide by their standards and bye-laws. We also hold ISO 9001 Quality Management and ISO 14001 Environmental Management standards which we see as vital to our commitment to quality at every level of the business.

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Vendor Spring Newsletter

The Global Lingo Vendor Management Team is happy to release the third edition of the Vendor Newsletter. This issue introduces more of our team and is mostly focused on how to improve efficiency as a translator and transcriber. Click here to view the Spring edition of the Vendor Newsletter