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This Spring, TransAction Translators is 25 years old! Or is it already 40?
In Autumn 1983, above a magnet factory on Mary Street in Sheffield, seven freelance translators got together to form TransAction Cooperative Ltd to offer their linguistic skills in interpreting and translation, using a red telephone and in time, one of those new-fangled fax machines.

Published on 29 April 2024 - Viewed 261 Times

Amesto Translations Certified Partner 2014‏
For at least the second year running, TransAction have been awarded by their client, global Scandinavia-based translation company Amesto Translations, a classification of 4 – the highest possible grade – giving them the status of Amesto Translations Certified Partner:

Published on 12 December 2014 - Viewed 21239 Times

TransAction Celebrates its 25,000th Assignment
Sheffield's oldest translation agency TransAction Translators recently completed its 25,000th language assignment - a Spanish to English translation of internal documents relating to a Global Mobility Programme for Telefónica.

Published on 26 July 2013 - Viewed 21771 Times

The Languages Work Pledge
At TransAction, we know the value of language skills in the international business community as a means of opening doors to the global economy and reaching a worldwide market. However, research has shown that the UK is losing its place in the global marketplace due to a lack of language skills. It is for this reason that businessman Roland Rudd has launched a campaign encouraging the business community to recognise the importance of language skills to the economy and to employment. The Languages Work scheme aims to encourage businesses, education institutions and the government to sign a pledge to show...

Published on 20 October 2011 - Viewed 23510 Times

Listen in to TransAction on Sheffield Live
TransAction were delighted to be invited back to Sheffield Live to appear on the Communities Live show to discuss our Global Entrepreneurship Week events. Project Manager Annika and sixth-form student Nicola Turner who attended one of our two GEW workshops were interviewed by presenter Emma Wass.

Published on 25 November 2010 - Viewed 23048 Times

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