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NTU Updates

SanTranslate has always carried out a lot of work with the education sector and has a long-established working relationship with Nottingham Trent University providing translation services.

We’re currently working on their International brochure and so far have translated it into Arabic for the Libyan and Saudi markets and into Chinese for the Taiwanese market.  The University continues to be keen to promote itself to overseas students and we’re happy to work as their translation partner to help achieve their success.

 

Nottingham Trent University has been investing in its facilities.  The Newton Arkwright building is a major part of the University’s estates regeneration strategy.

By | April 23rd, 2010|Blog|0 Comments

Quick turnaround on translating tenders

A recent new client put SanTranslate under some pressure to perform.  Having found us on Google, they contacted us about translating a tender for a contract in China.  As is often the case with these things, the deadline was a tight one – very tight indeed.

We received the file late on a Friday evening and the client needed the translation for Monday morning.  Because we have great relationships with out Chinese translators, we were able to carry the work out over the weekend and meet the client’s urgent deadline.  We wish them good luck with their tender.

By | April 19th, 2010|Blog|0 Comments

SanTranslate can now meet even more of your interpretation needs

Because of increasing demand for interpretation services, SanTranslate has been working hard to find the best way to improve our ability to find the right interpreter for any assignment.  We’ve forged a strategic alliance that enables us to find face-to-face interpreters throughout the UK.

The great benefit of this for our clients is that it reduces the amount of travelling time required – and hence reduces the costs.  We’re even able to reduce our minimum charge for interpretation to just one hour in many instances.  Another way in which we’re happy to provide the best value possible for our clients.

By | April 16th, 2010|Blog|0 Comments
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