| ST. JOHNíS DOCUMENT TRANSLATION SERVICE OVERVIEW
| St. John's economy has been continuously connected both to its role as the provincial capital of Newfoundland and Labrador and to the ocean. Today, its continued growth is as much tied to what lies beneath the ocean Ė oil and gas Ė as what swims in or travels across the ocean. The city has been identified as having one of the highest proportions of scientists and engineers per capita of any city under one million population in North America.
We assist Newfoundland oil and gas companies and oil and gas field services organizations with sector-specific documentation
(or otherwise) that is written in a foreign language and requires accurate translation into English, French or Spanish. The Oil and Gas sector covers a wide
spectrum of topics and our translation services encompass all of them, including documentation related to: crude oil exploration; hydrocarbons; natural gas; research and development (R&D); petrochemicals and derivative chemicals (see also: Chemicals & Fertilizers Translation).
We also assist service sector clients: the public sector (government at the federal, provincial and municipal levels); the private sector (banking, insurance, retailing, hospitality, etc.); and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), aka non-profit sector. Not surprisingly, their diversity 'translates into' a very diverse range of activities. See also: Public Sector Translation Services.
We assist St. Johnís organizations with a wide range of technical document translations in a variety of
sectors: accounting; advertising; agriculture; banking & finance; human resources; brewing & distilling; chemicals & fertilizers; construction; engineering; entertainment; the environment; food manufacturing, processing & distribution; general manufacturing; mining; healthcare; high tech & information technology; paper & forestry; insurance; pharmaceuticals & biotechnology; real estate; telecommunications; transportation; and, utilities (gas, electrical & pipelines). And more...
| LANGUAGES TRANSLATED — BI-DIRECTIONAL TRANSLATION — FRENCH TO & FROM MORE THAN 75 LANGUAGES
Bi-Directional French Language Document Translation
Services for virtually any language pair
In addition to providing document translation
services from the French language into the English, German or Spanish languages, we can also
assist you with the translation of French language documents into the world's most popular
languages: French to Chinese; French to Portuguese; French to Japanese; French to Arabic; French to Russian; French to Korean; French to Italian; French to Hindi; to name but the most
popular among the more than 75 languages that we can handle
| HOW TO CONTACT US — *(MAIN OFFICE LOCATION)
Toll Free Call: 1-888-722-3515
| TRANSLATING OPERATING MANUALS
| Technical manual translation:
· Training & User Manuals ·
Service Manuals · Diagnosis Manuals...Manuals, almost by definition, are technical in nature as they
invariably supply operating instructions and technical specifications that apply to a particular subject, field, business or profession.
Technical manuals are often intended for distribution to foreign markets. Foreign countries imply changes to technical specifications (electrical standards,
building codes, to name a few) not to mention the applicability of legal disclaimers, safety requirements, local usage customs, etc.
We can assist
you with the localization of technical manuals and accompanying specifications.
| WEBSITE TRANSLATION
| St. John's website Translation and Localization Service: We have substantial
expertise in the translation of website content.
However, our website translation service goes well beyond the translated word. We approach website translation assignments with localization
considerations in mind: cultural adaptation (appropriateness); target audience(s); search engine optimization (SEO).
Our objective is to ensure that your translated website is effective in reaching its intended audience, delivers your business message strongly and
succinctly, projecting a credible corporate image while protecting its reputation.