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French Translation Service

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Welcome to worry-free translation

Perhaps you’re a PA tasked by the director to find a reliable French translation company, or a bid manager with a tender to submit in French. The pressure is on to find the right provider with no room for late deliveries or poor translations.

EVS Translations assigns each client a dedicated account manager to act as a clear point of contact for your projects. Workflows from the quotation stage to final delivery have been developed to drive quality and efficiency, resulting in great translation, reliable turnaround times, and a worry-free customer experience for you.

In-house French translators across five offices, ready to start

Our clients return because they want the same professional quality from our in-house French translators who are familiar with their work. This in-house approach not only results in greater quality control but quicker reaction times, too. We select the best talent to become specialised French translators who work exclusively into their native language. And they’re ready to work with you now.

Ask about our French English translation services today: Tel.: +44-115-9 64 42 88

Never a one-size-fits-all approach for our clients

The PA and the bid manager mentioned above may have very different documents on their desk intended for very different platforms or audiences. This is why we take the time to listen to the details and work out the best options which fit our clients’ goals. And the result? A successful on-going relationship characterised by effortless communication and understanding.

Delivering flawless technical translations

The French team at EVS recently translated our bid documentation, which contained a lot of technical drawings, specifications, and some very tricky terms. It was a large volume of work, but they were able to meet our deadline and the final result was spot-on. I would recommend them to other people who need a really good job doing. We gave them a tough order but they really helped the team out.

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