Osnabrück translation agency - certified translations - specialised translations
Osnabrück translation agency for certified and specialised translations
The Osnabrück translation agency works for both private and business customers in Osnabrück and Lower Saxony. We offer our customers translations in about 50 languages and many different specialised fields. We are now more than 350 technical translators, graduate translators and translators officially appointed by the court and sworn translators (also certified or authorized). Some of our translators are sworn at the district court Osnabrück and provide certified translations.
To ensure a consistently high quality of translations our translators work exclusively into their native language. The fields they work in comprise only those, which the translators are qualified and experienced to work in.
We can offer translations, inter alia, in the following specialised areas:
- Translation of websites (universities, hospitals, company websites, etc.)
- Certified translations (for court proceedings, naturalization, periods of residence abroad etc.)
- Technical translations (mechanical engineering, tool making, paper industry etc.)
- Legal translations (contractual translation, legal correspondence, agreements, etc.)
- Medical translations (medical, pharmaceutical texts, etc.)
- Translations from the fields of economics (annual reports, etc.), tourism (museums, sights etc.) and education (schools, universities etc.)
Due to the different languages and fields we are not able to offer flat-rate price information. But we provide free of charge and non-binding quotes regarding the duration and cost of your translation. Please send us the document to be translated by email and we will respond as quickly as possible with an offer also by email.
In the event that you do not want to send confidential documents by email, we can also offer you our free secure data exchange. Simply contact us.
The city of Osnabrück is surrounded by many other major cities such as Hanover, Oldenburg, Bielefeld and Enschede in Lower Saxony. Famous as a city of the Peace of Westphalia Osnabrück looks back on an eventful history that began with Karl the Great. Today, Osnabrück attracts numerous students (well over 22,000) to the University and the University of Applied Sciences. In 2009, Osnabrück was voted the best city to live in in Germany.
The landmark of the city is the Osnabrück City Hall dating from the year 1512. Famous and worth seeing are the Osnabrück castle, the Nackte Mühle on the river Nette or the cathedral of St. Peter.
Osnabrück with approximately 156,000 inhabitants is the fourth largest city in Lower Saxony.