Munich translation agency - certified translations - specialised translations
Translation agency in Munich for specialised and certified translations
For years Das Übersetzernetzwerk München has been offering quality specialised translations and certified translations for private and business customers from Munich.
We achieve the high quality of our specialised translations and certified translations through our network of now more than 350 professional translators, specialised translators and authorized/certified/sworn translators and through our quality standards:
1. Translations exclusively into the respective mother tongue
All translations are carried out at Das Übersetzernetzwerk Munich exclusively by translators who translate into their native language.
2. Specialised translations only by professional translators
Our translators are specially qualified in the relevant subject area for which they are working either through a specialisation in their studies (law, engineering, economics, medicine, etc.) and/or years of professional experience and are deployed exclusively for translations in their specialised fields. Often they even have successfully completed more than one university degree. Qualified lawyers, doctors and engineers work for Das Übersetzernetzwerk München. As a result, specialised contexts are translated correctly.
3. Rigorous quality assurance
Through innovative and modern project management, the use of customer-specific terminology databases and the 4-eye principle we ensure the consistently high quality of the translations made by us.
- Court letters
- Court rulings
- Rogatory letters
- Interrogation protocols
- Medical and other reports
- Commercial Register excerpts
- Rental contracts
- Purchase contracts
- Terms and Conditions of Business
Certified translations of:
- Adoption records
- Medical certificates
- Excerpts from the commercial register
- Diploma certificates
- Bachelor's and master certificates
- Driving licenses
- Marriage certificates
- Birth certificates
- Divorce decrees
- Certificates of Name Change
- Civil partnership certificates
- University entrance certificates
- Certificates of good conduct
Translation from the following areas:
- Machine tools
- Telecommunications technology
- Plastics technology
- Air-conditioning technology
- Measurement and control engineering
- Laser technology
- Environmental technology
- Vehicle construction
- Aircraft construction
- Construction and civil engineering
City of Munich
The city of Munich currently has around 1.5 million inhabitants on an area of approximately 31,000 hectares. Munich has two major universities: the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the Technical University of Munich. In addition, various technical colleges (University of Applied Sciences), also with technical as well as artistic orientation are located in Munich.
Munich developed from the Bavarian duchy to the imperial capital; finally, it became the capital of Bavaria and is one of the so-called "world cities" with special economic, political and cultural relevance for much of the world. The status from an economic perspective, of a heavyweight Munich owes to the resident small and medium businesses and global corporations in the areas of insurance, auto manufacturing, media, engineering, IT and tourism. In the Munich area, Germany’s most DAX-listed companies are located (Allianz, BMW, Linde, Munich Re, Siemens and Infineon).
Although Munich shines with countless beautiful buildings of world renown and other superlatives - the oldest dated building in Munich is a latrine, which was uncovered during excavations at the Marienhof.