Intonation Acquires WORDtrans!

Posted on 01 Jul 2014

Intonation Acquires WORDtrans!

We're excited to announce that Intonation has acquired WORDtrans, a Language Service Provider based near Gatwick Airport.

Formed in 1992, WORDtrans, has a strong background in (but not limited to!) market research translation, medical translation and engineering translation, thus enabling Intonation to broaden further its wide portfolio of services.  WORDtrans shares our ethos of providing quality at a fair price on both sides and giving a fair deal to its suppliers.  The acquisition widens our resources to offer you, our customers, more specialists, more availability and, most importantly, more value for money!

Dan Peachey, Commercial Director at Intonation, said: “At the start of the year, we purchased UPS Translations and now we’re so pleased to bring the WORDtrans team under the Intonation umbrella as well.  The acquisition marks an excellent start to the third quarter and continues to strengthen our reputation for providing clear, accurate and value for money language services to companies and individuals globally."

“Furthermore, we’ve decided to keep the WORDtrans office, based in Forest Row, near Gatwick Airport, operational as a satellite branch, safeguarding the jobs of the WORDtrans team and ensuring existing clients the best continuity on their projects.”

If you have any questions or queries about what this could mean for your business, or have anything coming up we might be able to help with, please don’t hesitate to contact the Intonation (or even the WORDtrans) team!


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