Chemical Translation Services: Choosing A Translation Company
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Choosing A Translation Company for Chemical Translation Services

With the world becoming an ever-increasingly connected space, companies have found themselves securing deals with foreign businesses and selling in overseas markets. As a result, the need for translation services has increased massively over the last few years. However, for businesses in niche and complex markets, finding a specialised translation company can be extremely difficult. After all, these industries tend to need precise and certified translation services to comply with laws and regulations.

For chemical manufacturers and distributors, the need for accurate translations is vital. Take technical documents, labelling and manuals as examples – these need to be translated by a professional translator to safeguard their customers. Here at Absolute Translations, we are one of the leading translation companies for chemical translation services. We understand exactly what companies within the chemical industry need from translations. In the past twenty years, we have worked with a wide variety of leaders in the chemical sector including GlaxoSmithKline, BP, Unilever, Saudi Petroleum, Universal Chemicals and Castrol.

With our experience and knowledge of the industry, our team of native-speaking translators have written a blog about how to choose the right translation company for your chemical translation services:

1. Find an accredited translation partner.

The market for chemical translation services is full of translation agencies offering the best services. However, it’s important to look for certifications and accredited translation companies to guarantee accurate translations. We recommend looking for accreditations from the Association of Translation Companies and ISO 17100 certifications. These are the staple accreditations for the highest standard of translations within the industry.

2. Ask for reviews and case studies.

When searching for the right translation company, make sure you ask for their portfolio for previous clients as well as testimonials. Any translation company that is confident and well-established should have a lot of positive reviews available from their clients. When it comes to checking these, remember to ask for reviews specific to chemical companies. This will give you a deeper insight into their customer experience and services.

3. Do not compromise on price.

You may have found a translation agency with a great price but it’s important to consider the quality and accuracy of their work. It may be cost-effective but you may end up spending more money when the translations are incorrect and you need them re-done. We understand the importance of getting value for money but don’t let the cost of translations play a role in making the final decision.

To find out more information about our chemical translation services, why not speak to our team who can provide details of our previous work and costing. Our team are available on 0333 577 0767 or