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Vancouver Translation Services


Corporate & Technical Document Translation Services - Vancouver

Technovate delivers ‘Peace of Mind’ with every translation project we undertake. With 6,000+ Translators specializing across various technical fields and industries in over 200 languages. Our quality control systems have been time tested and meet the rigorous standards of the 4,000 clients we’ve helped with over 20,000 projects. Call, email or send us your file and we’ll deliver by your deadline every time!


Important Industries of Vancouver

Vancouver is one of the largest industrial centers in Canada, thanks largely to its location, serving as a Pacific port and the terminus of the transcontinental highway. The city’s port trades with more than 160 different world economies annually. The city has historically served as a hub for the mining and forestry industries. Today it is also a center for aerospace, animation, biotechnology, software development, television and film production, and video game development. It also has an active tourism sector.


Elite Project Management

Our clients rave about not only about our quality but how we service our clients. Careful attention is paid to our projects and our clients so every detail discussed is implemented. We translate manuals for oil and gas, mining machinery and more so every detail must be taken into consideration when delivering the final document and our project coordinators are careful to ensure every inclusion. At Technovate Translations we do not charge project management fees.


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About Vancouver

Translation Services Vancouver

Vancouver has 600,000 residents in a metropolitan area of more than 2.4 million inhabitants, the third largest metropolitan area in all of Canada. The gold rush of the nineteenth century brought people to the Vancouver area and helped to spark the city’s growth. It was incorporated in 1886, at the same time that the transcontinental railroad connected the city to the eastern side of Canada and helped to turn it into a major commercial hub. The city was originally named Gastown but was renamed in honor of George Vancouver. Vancouver is one of Canada’s most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities. More than half of the population of Vancouver belongs to a visible minority group. More than half of all residents—52 percent—speak a language other than English as their first tongue. Almost one in three residents of Vancouver is ethnically Chinese. Other large minority groups include South Asians, Filipinos, Japanese, and Koreans.

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