Technical Translation

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For a brief overview of how to handle translation requiring highly specific expertise, visit our FAQs.

“Quality” and “expertise” are terms that are thrown around often, frequently without a much substance to back them up.

So it can be tricky to filter through the noise to find the people you can actually trust to handle a highly technical project – whether you need translation of technical drawings, documentation or manuals, or something more unusual.

Over the years, we’ve worked with clients like Tullow Oil and Wood on everything from translation of CAD drawings to international software rollouts, working in client platforms quickly and flexibly. And we put our money where our mouth is when it comes to quality – not just an empty platitude, but a very real, audited set of processes, and standards like ISO9001 and ISO27001.

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Making sure your technical documentation is accurate, expert, and ready for use internationally is every bit as important to us as it is to you – just ask our auditor!

So, click below to get in touch with the team. Let them know what it is you need to achieve and they’ll be happy to advise on the most efficient and accurate way to get you there.

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“With their high standard of service Guildhawk ensured our message was conveyed clearly. Alongside the quality of the translations, their account managers were attentive quick to respond to any queries, ensuring the smooth running and successful delivery of all projects.”

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