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TJC Global offer Belarusian translation and interpreting services to suit your every requirement for locations all over the globe. We cover Europe, Asia, the Middle East, the USA, South America, Africa and Australia.
The experience and expertise of TJC professional Belarusian translators enables them to efficiently and accurately translate documents of all kinds, using correct and precise terminology in specific fields.
We endeavour to supply linguists whose backgrounds and qualifications match very closely with the nature of the given project or document. Their knowledge of procedure and of industry-specific terminology ensures translations are faithful, accurate and convey the exact meaning intended.
TJC's professional Belarusian interpreters and translators can deliver high quality interpreting and translation services for a wide variety of industries, including the manufacturing, legal, medical, technical, industrial, engineering, environmental and energy and renewable energy sectors.
TJC Global's professional Belarusian translators have the industry-specfic experience to enable them to efficiently and accurately translate documents of all levels of complexity.
Belarus is a former Soviet Union republic which became an independent country in 1991. It is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, bordering Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia. The population of Belarus is 10 million people, with 2 million living in the capital Minsk. In the past Belarus has experienced centuries of invasion and conquest. Between 1941 and 1944 the country was occupied by the Nazis, and it has lost 2.2 million people, including most of its large Jewish population. Due to the fact that every 4th person died during the war, Belarusians have a strong sense of loss of their loved ones even today.
Nowadays Belarus is an important transit route for Russian gas supplies to parts of Western Europe. Belarus is also a major exporter of machinery, chemical and petroleum products. Today Belarus is still largely unexploited by the world’s businessman, but its convenient geographical location between Europe and Russia and plenty of intellectual potential provide an excellent environment for successful business. Setting up and doing business in this country will be challenging, but do not be afraid of the hard work, as your efforts will pay off in the end.
Just like any other nation, Belarus has its own business culture. Please see our Doing Business in Belarus page to find out more.
Native speakers - all translations are into the translator's mother tongue to ensure fluency and accuracy.
A diverse network of experienced translators and interpreters - we can offer translators with experience and qualifications in specialist fields meaning translations of the highest quality. While our interpreters are experienced in multiple types of interpreting and can adapt their expertise and experience to suit your requirement.
Fast turnaround times and thorough proofreading - we want to ensure efficiency and accuracy for our clients.
Global scope - London, UK, Europe, Asia, Africa, USA and the Middle East
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