French translation service
Comprehensive French translation solution
Do you need translations from French into English and from English into French? Do you want your project to be handled by specialist in-house translators, professional project managers and your own dedicated account manager? If so, contact EVS Translations.
With more than 25 years of experience as a global language service provider and with a specialist DTP and IT team working alongside the specialist French translators and proofreaders, EVS Translations is the perfect French translation partner to suit your needs.
Tier 1 automotive supplier: design developments around the world
EVS Translations recently carried out the translation of a newsletter regarding the latest design projects from across the globe. This included company-specific news, such as changes to framework contracts and how this will affect everyday work for employees, as well as plans for testing and future projects. The newsletter also covered the recent ground-breaking discoveries, innovations and achievements of researchers and scientists around the world. Such developments include the creation of new materials and the possibilities such materials open up for the future, from plastic electronics and stretchable solar cells, to photovoltaic cells based on organic modules and light-emitting textiles. The informative text contained industry-specific and company-specific terminology, assuming prior knowledge of the materials and design concepts involved.
Beata Kowalczyk, Project Manager, EVS Translations UK
Corporate french translations
EVS Translations offers French translations for specialist areas including:
- Technical: Automotive, aeronautics, mechanical engineering
- Legal and banking: HR, insurance, compliance, tax
- Telecommunications, agriculture, tourism
- Energy: Power generation, renewable energies
EVS Translations also offers translations from French into German, Italian, Spanish and Russian.
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It is difficult to imagine a time when French was the language of England, but this used to be the case. After the French invaded England in 1066, English was not even the primary language of its own native population. It was not until 1362 that English became the official language of England! For more information on this, take a look at the EVS Translations blog.