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Offenbach Translation company in Frankfurt/Offenbach

EVS Translations is a translation company offering financial, technical and legal translations in Offenbach am Main, near the business hub of Frankfurt am Main. The EVS Translations office in Offenbach has 20 in-house translators who are available for your translations. The headquarters of one of the largest translation companies in Germany is in Offenbach, only a 2 subway stops away from the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. Many German and international companies are based in Frankfurt and EVS Translations provides quality specialist translations locally.

Specialist translators for the Frankfurt region

EVS Translations Offenbach

Would you like a translation of a contract, patent, technical document, brochure or website in Spanish, Italian, Russian or Chinese? The EVS Translations office in Offenbach provides professional translations by native speakers in many languages and specialist areas, including financial, legal, medical, technical and IT translations.

Services provided by our translation company

The EVS Translations office in the Frankfurt region provides:

  • Technical translations
  • Legal translations
  • Other specialist translations (medical, financial/banking, marketing etc.)
  • Proofreading
  • Website translations
  • Website/software localisation
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Responsible Investing and Sustainability Reporting to a Global Audience

Responsible Investing and Sustainability Reporting to a Global Audience

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Fair Trade

Fair Trade

With more and more products on the shelves of supermarkets, discounters, and small local stores labelled as Fair Trade, there is still little understanding on all that strands behind the concept of Fair Trade, generally explained as ‘a system of ethical trade which seeks to limit the socio-economical gap between the developed and the developing … Continue reading Fair Trade The post Fair Trade appeared first on EVS Translations Blog.
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Sustainability Management for SMEs – Waste Separation, Local Engagement and Environmental Protection

Sustainability Management for SMEs – Waste Separation, Local Engagement and Environmental Protection

Whether for small or medium-sized companies or large corporations, the time when sustainable measures were implemented internally and did not cover the entire value creation chain is over. Recycled printer and toilet paper is a good start but the measures that are the most sustainable are those that also take suppliers into account – because … Continue reading Sustainability Management for SMEs – Waste Separation, Local Engagement and Environmental Protection The post Sustainability Management for SMEs – Waste Separation, Local Engagement and Environmental Protection appeared first on EVS Translations Blog.
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Recycling vs Upcycling

Recycling vs Upcycling

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