Translation Company CG Translation & Interpretation, Versailles, a reference for international communication
Graduate professional translators, all native speakers
The best interpreters for your conferences and meetings in Paris and the world
Impeccable transcripts: proceedings and conference summaries.
Provider of serenity
Since 1981, we offer interpreters and turnkey equipment for industrial, sporting, legal and financial meetings and conferences for luxury and the intellectual elite.
Respect of the objectives of the client, punctuality, transparency, advice and personalized services.
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“I thank you for everything. The performance of your interpreters was of very high quality. Unanimously, they did a great job with a kindness and smile constantly despite the difficulty of some interventions. Thank you very much.”
“Very good responsiveness to the urgency of the demand (5:15 pm for 10am the next day). Technician Great sense of service and responsiveness.”
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