What do you gain from having a steady translation partner?

In 2020, 75 new companies decided to start working with us. Chemical companies, regulatory affairs and health policy consultancies, United Nations agencies, European associations, international NGOs and several other companies.
Some of them just popped up, ordered, received the translations, paid the bill and said goodbye, while others have become regular clients.

Why does it benefit you to have one established translation partner, instead of commissioning translation services from different providers each time?

Right from the first project, we draw our client’s attention to the importance of context and background information. We request any special instructions or background documents that the client might like to share with us. If, rather than receiving a single translatable document, we also have access to previous translations, instructions for special terminology to use or a website to consult, the results will be considerably closer to the client’s expectations. These background materials help the translation team to get to know the client’s work and product range better.
It is sufficient to let us know your requirements in terms of format, style or terminology just once, sparing you the trouble of repeating them next time.

A dedicated translation team, consisting of a project manager, one or several translators and one or several proofreaders, is at your service. The team is familiar with your previous translations, requirements and terminology, and our quality assurance experts make sure that you always receive translations of the highest quality.

The more you work with a translation partner, the richer your Translation Memory becomes. We not only store your translations in a Translation Memory, but also reuse them, making your projects cost-effective and your texts consistent. If you work with repetitive texts such as Safety Data Sheets, SPCs, exposure scenarios, labels, annual reports, contracts or legal documents, this is a crucial factor to consider.

It is beneficial to have a tried-and-tested service provider when the authorities suddenly request that you submit a 34,000-word chemical document in Irish, in 5 business days (that is a real-life example that occurred in April 2021). Specific fields, less common languages and short turnaround times will not pose a problem for a translation agency that works with a large pool of translators.

We do much more than just translations. You may have come across us because you needed documents to be translated, but soon you will discover that we can also help typeset your multilingual publications in InDesign – saving you the need to search for a separate graphic designer who can handle Chinese characters or Arabic layout.
You might ask us to translate an agenda and presentations for a meeting and then realise that we can assist you with simultaneous interpreting via ZOOM at the same meeting. You can easily meet several needs with one translation partner if you choose that partner well.

We strive for long-term relationships with our partners and usually have special offers for our new clients. If you place your first order with us before the end of June, we will give you a 7% special discount on all your projects up to the end of summer. That means you have plenty of opportunities to make the most of our services and enjoy a relaxed summer!

If you are looking for a steady translation partner, feel free to contact us via our in-website-form or at translation@eurideastranslation.com and our colleagues will be happy to assist you.

Written by Anita SalátBusiness Development Manager

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