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EVS Translations USA offers professional translations from Nepali into English and from English into Nepali.
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EVS Translations USA offers professional translations from Nepali into English and from English into Nepali. Our in-house team of specialized translators and proofreaders has more than 25 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 Nepali translation partner that values quality and customer service, then contact EVS Translations USA.

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Nepali translations at EVS Translations USA are performed by professional translators who work exclusively in their field of expertise. This approach is ideal for companies operating in specialized industries where consistency and expertise are paramount. The Nepali team at EVS Translations consists of highly experienced native speakers who routinely translate documents for financial institutions, marketing agencies, and businesses.

We establish Nepali translator teams for your specific needs and produce high-quality Nepali translations in line with international standards, government regulations, and corporate guidelines.

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

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Translation Solutions For All Your Nepali Projects

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

  • Technical: documents related to research, development, and production
  • Business: websites and business reports for all industry sectors including the manufacturing and trade of textiles and clothing
  • Financial and Legal: local regulations, court cases, and compliance documents

EVS Translations also offers translations into Hindi, Tamil, Chinese, and Russian.

In 2012, just over 800,000 visitors arrived in Nepal. More than 600,000 of them were visiting Nepal for the first time.

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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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World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

The World Widelife Fund (WWF), the former name of the World Wide Fund for Nature, was officially created on 29 April 1961, when a small group of environmentalists signed a declaration, that came to be known as the Morges Manifesto, with the mission to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build … Continue reading World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) The post World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) appeared first on EVS Translations Blog.
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