- Technical translations (chemical industry, consumer electronics, energy industry, mechanical engineering, vehicles ...)
- Legal translations (contracts, certificates, agreements, general terms and conditions (GTC) ...)
- Medical translations (also pharmacy, medical technology, ...)
- Financial translations (financial analyses, financial reports, ...)
- Business and specialised document translations (cosmetics, food and beverage, marketing and advertising, travel and tourism, ...)
- Fast translations
- Certified translations (official translations: diplomas, contracts, certificates ...)
- Website translations (SEO translations, e-commerce, online marketing campaigns, ...)
- Interpreting services (liaison & telephone interpreting)
- Audio and video transcription services
- Proofreading & editing services
- DTP (Desktop Publishing)
- Voice over services (language recording services for multilingual productions)
- Subtitling services
Telephone: 901 264 000
Hours: Monday to Friday from 9 am to 6.30 pm
Opening hours for reception in the office
Monday to Friday: By APPOINTMENT ONLY
C/ San Vicente, nº 8 - 6º pta - dpto. 8
E-48001 Bilbao – Vizcaya
Bilbao, or Bilbo in Basque, is the capital city of the province of Vizcaya, in the autonomous community of the Basque Country. The city’s 340,000 plus inhabitants make it the most populous urban agglomeration in the autonomous community, in addition to the surrounding area of the metropolitan region of Bilbao, with over a million inhabitants, which spreads out along the Nervion estuary.
Bilbao is the economic heart of the Basque Country, the headquarters of the major banking entity BBVA, and it boasts a commercial port that is among the five most important in Spain. The city is also home to the Bilbao Exhibition Centre trade fair complex, equipped with six pavilions and a surface area of more than 250,000 m2.
Mining and steel are the traditional industrial sectors in the region, however the opening of the Guggenheim Museum has given rise to a boom in tourism and cultural activity, and current levels of leisure tourism, business, and congress tourism are significant.