French Translation Services at TripleTrad Canada
Unlike the many automatic translations you’ll find on the market, our English to French translations are executed by human translators who specialize in the field of your translation, and know your target audience.
Because we only hire native French speaking translators, we can guarantee that our service will successfully drive your project internationally, whether it be legal, commercial, or academic.
Depending on the destination of your project, we can also designate an English to French translator familiar with the Canadian audience. Our specialized translators are well versed in Canadian French, as well as Canadian law.
We know how hard it can be to find an exceptional English to French Canadian translator when you need one. That’s where we come in: we give your international business endeavours direction and power, enabling you to be just as effectively overseas as you are locally.
We work as if we were a translation department within your own company, except you don’t need to worry about the hassles of contracting workers or finding professional translators for your business documents.
You only pay per project, with no recurring or monthly fees.
At TripleTrad Canada, we are passionate about helping your business and projects gain publicity and new audiences both locally and internationally.
If you have any questions about our French translation services, reach out to us at +1 (647) 499-1178 (Toronto area and Canada). You can also contact us on Whatsapp (click here). 🙂
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WHO WE SERVE
TripleTrad is a thriving business with over 10 years of delivering comprehensive translation services across 300 languages to both fledgling and long-established organizations. Our services have assisted companies in fields such as:
- Advertising, Architecture
- Design, Education, Engineering
- Financial, Legal
- Manufacturing, Medical
- Multimedia, Technology