Sworn translation in Germany
TRADUSET is a translation agency headquartered in Hamburg. We can translate and certify your legal documents from German to English or English to German. Translations of documents used for formal purposes usually need to be certified by a sworn translator.
Traduset translation agency performs all translation services in accordance with DIN EN 17100. All translations are done following the 4‑eye principle: they are translated by a native speaker, proofread by an editor and double-checked by a quality control expert. Our editors place special importance on stylistic accuracy and the appropriate terminology for your sector and target group. Some of our clients merely need a translation for internal use or to understand the gist of a text. In such cases, a simple translation may suffice, and you can opt out of the proofreading service to save costs.Our project managers will make you a detailed offer containing all the information you need. They carefully analyse the source texts and pass them on to those members of our professional team, who are best suited to correctly translate your texts into the target language you require.
We translate, edit and proofread in many different languages. We proofread your translations, articles, lectures, advertising material, web-content, emails, press releases and other documents. Traduset translation agency edits your texts in terms of style and line of argument – we are sure to find the fitting expression and the appropriate tone.
Do you need certified translations in German?.Please do not hesitate to contact us for a free and non-binding offer. We respond to all queries within one day, usually within 3 hours. Our cost structure is transparent: we offer all our translation services at a fixed price. We will be happy to provide you with an offer free of charge and without obligation. We undertake to maintain strict confidentiality with regard to all enquiries and to the content of all translations. Special reduced rates apply to charitable organisations and students.