Affordable Quality Translation Services
Do I need to come your office for a translation?
No, you are not required to come us to get a translation service, If you scan your document and send us via email or fax, we deliver your translated and approved document at your adress whereever you stay in Turkey and the world.
Which languages do you work in?
We cover all of the most commonly used business languages in addition to some of the more unusual ones. We specialise translating languages from Far East Asian and emerging East European markets.
Remember, when requesting a translation, it is important to specify the country or ethnic group you plan to use the document for. There are, for example, significant differences in the Spanish spoken in Mexico, Central America, South America, and Europe. There are also differences between Canadian and European French, as well Brazilian and Continental Portuguese. If you are unsure of exactly what you need, don't worry, we are here to help you.
How much do translations cost?
Translations are priced according to;
Number of words/characters in the source document
Class of translation
Format of the source document
Format of the finished document
Language pairs to be translated
Complexity and level of specialist knowledge required
Please see our translation price guide for more details.
Do I have to pay Value Added Tax (VAT)?
You only have to pay VAT if you are in Turkey or outside of the European Union or Europe itself. If you are in the European Union, you do not have to pay VAT unless your order is over a certain amount which varies depending upon which country you are in. Please call us for specific details.
How long do translations take?
The time required to complete your translation assignment depends upon the language pair(s), the length and difficulty of the text and the availability of particular translators. As a rough guide, it takes around 2 days to translate documents up to 3,000 words (around 7 to 8 pages) into any of the major commercial languages. Longer documents take proportionally more time to translate. If your work requires desktop publishing and camera-ready output, that work will take extra time. If your need is more urgent, however, we can compress these timescales using a number of techniques such as out of hours working and dividing the project up between individual translators.
How can I get a quote for my translation project?
The quickest and easiest way to get a quote for budgetary purposes is to use our FREE Quick Quote system. By answering a few simple questions you will be provided with a quote in seconds. Before we can give you a firm quote, we'll need to see at least a representative sample of your document. Please email a copy of your document.
What about Confidentiality ?
All our employees and contractors must sign a confidential disclosure agreement before they can do any work for us. They understand that any document handled by our company is subject to this non-disclosure agreement and that they must maintain the confidentiality of all work received through us. For more than a decade we have been entrusted with confidential material on a daily basis, and there has never been an incident of misuse.
How can I get my translation 'certified'?
Lawyers often ask that translations of court submissions or other official documents be certified. We have several notary publics on its books who are authorised to certify that work has been performed by a translator skilled in both the source and target languages. As part of this certification, we provide a short description of the translator's qualifications and background.
How do I pay for a translation?
We accept all payment ways through the world
Principal languages we translate
Turkish, English, Arabic, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Dutch, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Greek, Hungarian, Armenian, Kurdish, Persian, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Moldavian, Romanian, Slovenian, Hindi, Belarusian, Czech, Bosnian, Georgian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Korean, Latvian, Kazakh, Gujarati, Croatian, Azerbaijani, Malay, Punjabi, Gujarati, Thai, Slovak, Macedonian, Albanian, Bengali, Icelandic, Afrikaans, Urdu, Pashto, Malay, Mongolian, Swahili, Javanese, Turkmen, Uzbek, Kirghiz,
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