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There are currently over 6,000 languages in use around the globe. As a leading translations company, EVS Translations meets the demand not only for the most frequently demanded language combinations, but for more unusual combinations and large multi-lingual projects.

But it doesn’t end there. The level of quality for which EVS Translations is renowned comes as a result of its expert translators and proofreaders; well-established workflows and processes in line with the international quality standards DIN ISO 17100:2015  and DIN ISO 9001:2015; and global in-house teams which react with agility and precision on your projects.

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EVS Translations UK is a translation agency uniquely equipped to complete complex, high-volume translations into multiple languages. Standardized and optimized workflows allow us to manage even the most complex projects securely and successfully. This ability to meet the highest quality standards even in line with a rigorous deadline has made EVS Translations the translation agency of choice for many of the world’s leading corporations.

EVS Translations is not simply a translation agency, but a one-stop language service provider. In-house design and translation technology departments allow us to handle complex file formats as well as large volumes according to your schedule. If you routinely have projects that require translations from or into multiple different languages, EVS Translations is the ideal translation agency for you.

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Responsible Investing and Sustainability Reporting to a Global Audience

Responsible Investing and Sustainability Reporting to a Global Audience

You may have heard of the Kilner jar. First established in the U.K. by John Kilner in 1842, it’s a simple yet effective air tight container to preserve your chutney or jam; keeping it fresh. This iconic jar has been popular throughout the generations and can be found in retail stores across the globe. But … Continue reading Responsible Investing and Sustainability Reporting to a Global Audience The post Responsible Investing and Sustainability Reporting to a Global Audience appeared first on EVS Translations Blog.
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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

To explain the difference between recycling and upcycling, let us take an old book for an example. Saying, we no longer need a book, yet are not willing to simply throw it away, what options do we have? Firstly, we could give it for recycling, where our book will usually be mixed with other old … Continue reading Recycling vs Upcycling The post Recycling vs Upcycling appeared first on EVS Translations Blog.
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