Stuttgart translation office - certified translations - specialised translations
Stuttgart translation agency for certified & specialised translations
The Stuttgart translation office offers both private clients, companies and innovative small and medium-sized enterprises specialised translations and certified translations in 50 languages.
Professional translations, reliable work, timely delivery and reasonable prices have so far convinced some 7,000 customers from Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany and many other Federal States. We rely on thorough training of our technical translators (university degree in interpreting/translating) and use for every translation only a specialist who always translates into the respective native language.
We offer translations in the following specialist areas:
- Certified translations (commercial register, birth certificate, university entrance certificate, etc.)
- Legal translation services (work contracts, employment contracts, company agreements, etc.)
- Technical translation (automotive, aerospace, communication technology etc.)
- Translation of Internet sites (retail, multi-lingual websites, on-line shops, etc.)
- Proofreading (scientific articles, publications, etc.)
- Specialist translations in the field of economics (business reports, business plans, tenders, etc.)
- Translations in the field of software and IT
- Translation of technical documentation
Prices for translations:
The price of a translation depends on several factors. Decisive is the language combination and text type, subject, file format and the desired delivery date. For this reason, we cannot provide flat-rate prices.
We will be happy to send you a non-binding offer for your translation free of charge. Simply send the text to be translated to firstname.lastname@example.org or use our form for this purpose. You will receive our offer concerning time and cost via email as soon as possible.
Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg, with around 600,000 inhabitants, is the largest city of the southern Federal State. Overall, Stuttgart is divided into 23 municipal districts with 152 urban districts, spread over an area at an altitude of almost 350 meters. Many companies from the automotive industry, trade and creative industries form the economic core of Baden-Württemberg.
Twinned with Mumbai, Cairo, Brno and many other cities, as well as the internationally oriented higher education and the global corporations provide a very international flair in Stuttgart: almost 130,000 inhabitants are of non-German nationality!
Stuttgart is not only "Stuttgart 21", "Kehrwoche" and "Wasen" - the city offers its residents an extensive variety in the fields of art, culture and leisure. The Stuttgart State Theatre has already been named "Opera House of the Year" several times, the Wilhelma attracts flower lovers from near and far, the Porsche Museum and Mercedes-Benz Museum are the hallowed halls of all car enthusiasts and for those who like to take things more leisurely, it is not far to the Tripsdrill adventure park or to the monastery in Maulbronn.