Proven Track Record
World-renowned organizations, such as the United Nations and NASA, look to Trusted Translations for its ability to translate to and from multiple languages. In addition, multinational corporations including Sony, KyoceraMita, General Electric, Goodman Global, Kraft Foods Global, Toyota, State Farm, Delta Airlines, Coca-Cola and Citigroup rely on Trusted Translations for their complex multilingual translations.
Quality You Can Trust
For each multilingual translation project, we use only experienced translators with specialized knowledge in the applicable subject matter. We employ our unique triple verification procedure, which requires that each translation be reviewed by three separate expert human resources. The final product is examined by a content manager who ensures that the information is not only accurately translated, but also that it contains the correct industry-specific terminology and nomenclature. We adhere to the highest industry standards, including those outlined by ISO 9001:2000.
Highly Competitive Prices
Our mission is to provide you with the highest quality multilingual translations at the most competitive prices in the industry. Having a one-stop solution for your translation needs will not only save you time, but can save your company money. Unlike many of our competitors, we do not charge “project management fees” for multilingual contracts. This aspect alone can save you over 15% on the total amount of your project. Furthermore, due to our efficient use of in-house resources and streamlined operations, our rates are between 25 to 50% lower than our competitors’. We can help you break the language barrier, get your message across and make communication easier.
Did You Know?
Translation to and from Any Language:
The following is a list of some of the languages we regularly work with:
Top 20 languages spoken in the worldMandarin, English, Spanish, Hindustani, Arabic, Portuguese, Bengali, Russian, Japanese, German, Punjabi, French, Wu, Javanese, Telugu, Marathi, Vietnamese, Korean, Tamil, Italian.
10 to 60 million native speakersCantonese, Sindhi, Turkish, Min, Gujarati, Maithili, Polish, Ukrainian, Persian, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamazight (Berber), Oriya, Azerbaijani, Hakka, Bhojpuri, Burmese, Gan, Thai, Sudanese, Romanian, Hausa, Pashto, Serbo-Croatian, Uzbek, Dutch, Yoruba, Amharic, Oromo, Indonesian, Filipino, Kurdish Language, Somali, Lao, Cebuano, Greek, Malay, Igbo, Malagasy, Nepali, Assamese, Shona, Khmer, Zhuang, Madurese, Hungarian, Sinhalese, Fula, Czech.
2 to 10 million native speakersZulu, Quechua, Kazakh, Tibetan, Tajik, Chichewa (Nyanja), Haitian Creole, Belarusian, Lombard, Hebrew, Swedish, Kongo, Akan, Albanian, Hmong, Yi, Tshiluba, Ilokano, Uyghur, Neapolitan, Bulgarian, Kinyarwanda, Xhosa, Balochi, Hiligaynon, Tigrinya, Catalan, Armenian, Minangkabau, Turkmen, Makhuwa, Santali, Batak, Afrikaans, Mongolian, Bhili, Danish, Finnish, Tatar, Gikuyu, Slovak, More, Swahili, Southern, Quechua, Language, Guarani, Kirundi, Sesotho (southern), Romani, Norwegian, Pahari-Potwari, Tibetan, Tswana, Kanuri, Kashmiri, Bikol, Georgian, Qusqu-Qullaw, Umbundu, Konkani, Balinese, Northern Sotho (sePedi), Luyia, Wolof, Bemba, Buginese, Luo (Dholuo), Maninka, Mazanderani, Gilaki, Shan, Tsonga, Galician, Sukuma, Yiddish, Jamaican Creole, Piemonteis, Kyrgyz, Waray-Waray, Ewe, South, Bolivian, Quechua, Lithuanian, Luganda, Lusoga, Acehnese, Kimbundu, Hindko, Ibibio-Efik, Language, Rajbangsi, Garhwali, Bambara, Ometo, Indian, Sign Language, Betawi creole, Karen, Gondi, Senoufo, Kalenjin, Kumauni, Kamba, Luri, K’iche’, Kapampangan, Central Aymara, Tiv, Brahui, Gbaya, Zarma, Baoulé, Dogri, Lingala, Sasak, Kurux, Mundari, Dinka, Slovene, Macedonian, Buyei, Beti-Pahuin.
1 to 2 million native speakersZazaki, Occitan, Tulu, Ligurian, Sidamo, Bashkir, Yao, Chuvash, Ijaw (Izon), Fon, SiSwati, Irish, Latvian, Nyankore, Makasar, Gusii, Khandesi, Ndebele, Chin, Vlax Romani, Sara, Pangasinan, Tonga, Lampung, Sardinian, Scots, Dong, Mende, Tày, Nahuatl, Afar, Dagbani, Koli, Chiga, Chechen, Tumbuka, Iu Mien, Meru, Gogo, Teso, Meithei, Tamang, Makonde, Bai, Tuareg, Mandinka, Jula, Temne, Haya, Serer, Beja, Nyamwezi, Abron, Alur, Sena, Azande, Walloon, Anyi, Malvi, Kinaray-a, Soninke, Ho, Estonian, Nyakyusa, Gwari, Lugbara, Basque, Naga, Susu, Tausug, Chokwe, Kabardian, Ryūkyū, Magindanaw, Maranao, Ancash Quechua, Welsh, Songe, Rejang, Bini, Ebira, Dagaare, Gujari, Tharu, Venda, Arakanese.