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Danish Translations Service

EVS Translations UK offers professional translations from Danish into English and from English into Danish.
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Do you need specialist translation expertise in Danish and English? With an expert terminology team, IT experts, as well as specialist translators, professional project managers and your own dedicated account manager? Then contact EVS Translations.

With more than 25 years’ experience as a provider of language services and with a specialist team of Danish translators and proofreaders, EVS Translations is the Danish translation partner for your translation requirements

Expert Danish Translation Services

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Certified translation services at EVS Translations are used by corporations and government organisations. For Danish, the team is made up of graduates with qualifications and extensive experience in the energy, medical, automotive and services sectors.

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Renewable Energy Translations in Danish

EVS Translations has a track record of expertise in the field of renewable energy. The Danish translator team has extensive experience in the translation of documents related to water, wind and tidal power production. EVS Translations is your expert partner for the alternative and sustainable energy sector providing high-quality Danish language translation services.

Translations for Oil and Gas

EVS Translations is a CEoqs registered translation company specialising within the oil and gas industry. Experienced Danish and Greenlandic translators have extensive experience of industry-specific concepts and terminology. This results in consistently accurate oil and gas translation and localisation services.

Danish localisation

With an in-house team of web professionals, software developers and quality assurance editors, EVS Translations can handle all aspects of your localisation project. Regardless of the source code or CMS, the translation of your Danish website is handled professionally.

Words in English originating from Danish include Lego, Eskimo, narwhal and booth.

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Free White Paper “What Does Quality Mean in Translations?” Published

Free White Paper “What Does Quality Mean in Translations?” Published

Preparations for our first white paper are complete – “What Does Quality Mean in Translations?” is now available to download from our website. The paper outlines what to watch out for when choosing a language service provider for your translation projects as well as industry-specific features in medical translations.
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Androgyny

Androgyny

What is the image that comes to your mind when you think of the word cyborg? For starters, do you picture a man or a woman? As usually robots and androids are portrayed with both male and female characteristics, they actually look gender-less, or better to say –  androgynous. And though it might seem like … Continue reading Androgyny The post Androgyny appeared first on EVS Translations Blog.
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What to Look Out for When Purchasing Translation Services

What to Look Out for When Purchasing Translation Services

There are many criteria that can be applied to find the right translation service provider for your project. In addition to factors such as geographical proximity, additional international offices, the size of the company and other expertise, quality management is becoming an increasingly important variable.
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Pfeffernusse

Pfeffernusse

Our German Head Office, located at Offenbach am Main, is dazzled by Christmas festive preparations. The lights of the holiday season are brightening up the town, and the smell of Christmas is all in the air at the place which gave the world the festive Pfeffernuss cookies! Yes, it was Offenbach, where in 1757 the … Continue reading Pfeffernusse The post Pfeffernusse appeared first on EVS Translations Blog.
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