DTS Celebrates 45 Year Anniversary as Document Translation Company

DTSTranslates.com now celebrating the company's 45th year anniversary providing services as a document translation company

Durham, NC - December 2, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

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(Durham, NC) DTS Language Services Inc is a document translation service that has been operating since 1973. Now, the company and staff are proud to announce the service's 45th anniversary.

“Our company is a document translation company that provides professionally translated services, crafted by humans and powered by technology,” stated DTS Language Services Inc owner and president Duncan Shaw. “Some of the industries our company services include life sciences and medical services, technical and manufacturing services, financial and legal services, and technology.”

The mission of DTS Language Services Inc is to foster a superior environment for leadership, growth, challenge, trust, and a superior experience for each of the clients served, along with employees, translators and more, resulting in the on-time delivery of accurate and reliable translations. The company is proud of its 45-year heritage, and is proud to share the company’s history with customers and clients who have used the services in the past or those who are thinking about using the services in the near future.

“In 1973, DTS was started under a different name, “Duke Translation Services,” in Durham, North Carolina,” continued Shaw. “While we are proud of our 45-year heritage, we continue to work hard to continue to produce strong value in providing our clients with accurate translations that are delivered on time and on budget, thousands of times each year. In addition to traditional translation services, we also provide transcription and interpretation services to offer a complete approach to language services.”

Additional information about the services offered by DTS Language Services Inc can be found by visiting the company’s website and by contacting the company via phone or email. This company is proud to continue offering superior services to clients and providing the translation services they need, regardless of the size or scope of the project.

ABOUT DTS LANGUAGE SERVICES INC

DTS Languages Services provides language translation, transcription, and interpretation services. DTS archives all files in a secure, encrypted database, and the finished document the client receives will be ready to go - no editing required at their end because of the company’s accuracy. The on-demand telephone interpretation service allows each client to access an interpreter in more than 200 languages on a 24/7 basis, 365 days of the year. Dedicated to superior services, this company continues working to provide exceptional solutions to each client served. They are proud to offer comprehensive services, including Spanish document translation and more.

Contact Info:
Name: Duncan Shaw
Email: Send Email
Organization: DTS Language Services Inc
Address: 800 Park Offices Drive Suite 400 Durham,NC 27709 USA
Phone: 800-524-0722
Website: https://www.dtstranslates.com/

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