Oliver Grange offer translation services in the majority of known languages, and are able to translate any written, spoken or visual material to one or more languages. We help organisations translate a multitude of material for legal, advertising or campaign needs.
As a leading translation specialist we incorporate a first-class, tailored translation service for our vast array of clients. Please let us know your requirements and we will be more than happy to work with your needs and objectives to help provide a complete product.
To meet evolving translation needs as an organisation we sub-contract all our work to qualified translators, this allows us to be much more flexible, and select from a greater pool of resources to achieve a quality tailored service. We can spread workload over a number of translators helping to meet deadlines for companies and keeping to high quality standards.
Our translation specialists administer and create the finest translations, ensuring they assess each individual requirement. As we manage the translations we make certain that our team of translators are continually monitoring the work in order to meet the exact needs of our clients.
Each of our translation specialists focuses on key areas whilst working on any project:
- Consultation with the client so we fully understand each file.
- Mother tongue specialists with industry experience.
- Identifying the manner of the translation and working to the terminology required.
- Following design and style specifications along with any existing translation memory.
Our team of translators, project managers and interpreters work together to create an efficient service producing flawless translations. This has been recognised by our clients as a cost effective and very useful service.
All translators are highly experienced and educated at minimum to degree level. They are also rigorously checked to ensure they have the right combination of education and industry experience to deliver exceptional results. In each case we only use translators for whom the proposed language is their first language.