Budgettranslations has experienced impressive growth over the years, from our humble beginnings as a one-man company in 2000. We now have offices in the UK, USA and all over Europe.
After expanding our Dutch brand Budgettranslations, throughout The Netherlands, we moved east in 2003 and created a German company name, Budgettranslations. In this first international destination, we now have offices in Cologne and Nuremberg. The Cologne office is also the coordination centre for all translation projects for our German, Austrian and Swiss clients. In 2004, Budgettranslations expanded further into Belgium, France, Norway, Denmark, Finland, the United Kingdom and Ireland. Our company name differs in each country and is the translation of the word Budgettranslations in that country’s language. Budgettranslations, Budgettranslations and Budgettranslations are a few examples.
Budgettranslations’s clients include private individuals, government agencies and small, medium and large sized companies. Budgettranslations does not differentiate between them: We are just as happy to work with a private individual who needs a translation of his driver’s license or diploma, as we are to work with one of the large banks which sends us hundreds of thousands of words at a time on a regular basis. The company has 4,000 clients in 16 different countries.
Our freelance translators are also located around the globe, working at nights and on weekends, so your text can be translated while you sleep. All our translators are native speakers of the target language, so you can be sure that they will use the correct grammar and terminology. At the start of 2020, Budgettranslations translation agency’s database contained 4,000 translators, covering over 150 languages. Altogether these freelancers currently translate more than 200,000 words a day.
Our friendly and efficient project managers look forward to working with you.
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