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EVS Translations USA offers professional translations from Czech into English and from English into Czech.
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EVS Translations USA offers professional translations from Czech into English and from English into Czech. Our in-house team of specialized Czech translators and proofreaders has more than 20 years of experience in providing high-quality language services for corporate and private clients. Streamlined workflows and dedicated account managers guarantee consistent and cost-effective solutions for projects of every size.

If you are looking for a Czech translation partner that values quality and customer service, then contact EVS Translations USA.

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EVS Translations strategically assembles its Czech translation teams in line with your industry-specific requirements, while experienced proofreaders ensure that the Czech document translations meet the international quality standards EN15038 and ISO 9001:2008.

This approach is ideal for corporate clients operating in specialized industries where consistency and expertise are paramount. If you are, for instance, an investment firm looking for professional Czech financial translation services, EVS Translations is the right choice. Your financial translation is assigned to translators and then to proofreaders with extensive experience in investment banking, financial compliance legislation, audits and tax law.

Czech Translations

If you would like to discuss your upcoming projects or inquire about prices, delivery times, and our additional Czech translation services, please call  +1-404-523-5560.

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Translation Solutions For All Your Czech Projects

EVS Translations only employs specialized translators who work exclusively into their native language. Specialist areas of Czech translations include:

  • Technical: documents related to automotive research and development, mechanical engineering, and biotechnology.
  • Financial and Legal: compliance documents, contracts, patents, financial audits and reports.
  • Medical and Pharmaceutical: clinical research studies, medical technology manuals, and data sheets.

EVS Translations also offers translations into German, Slovakian, Italian, and Russian.

Czech technical translation

“EVS Translations regularly provides labelling translations for a global lubricant supplier, enabling them to maintain their worldwide reputation for outstanding performance and product quality. Recent work included descriptive translations for gear oil content for specific gear boxes into Czech, as well as more functional translations for hydraulic systems, drive train systems and gear units for construction vehicles.”

Björn Prüfer, Project Manager, EVS Translations USA

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