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Greenlandic translation service

Do you need translations from English to Greenlandic? Or a translation from Greenlandic to English?
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Greenlandic English translation
English Greenlandic translation

Are you looking for an expert translation service for Greenlandic language translations?

With a strong team of in-country Greenlandic native speaker translators and reviewers, EVS Translations is the world leading translation company for Greenlandic language services.

Translations for the Greenlandic energy market

EVS Translations has an established team of specialist in-country Greenlandic translators that have the required experience of oil & gas terminology. EVS Translations is familiar with the particularities and challenges of oil and gas extraction in and around Greenland with a particular focus on the translation of documents related to the exploration, extraction, refining, and delivery of petroleum and gas products.

Furthermore, the EVS Translations Greenlandic team of translators comprises of Greenlandic linguists with expertise in biodiversity, environmental management and biology.

Recent work has included discovery reports, environmental compliance audits, EIAs, ESAs, SIAs, field development and production plans ,maintenance manuals, sampling analyses and scientific journal articles.

EVS Translations also translates into and from Danish.

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