Website translation and localisation

Millions of people worldwide use the internet to find products and information every day. If your business trades worldwide, you’ll probably need your website to reflect that by having it translated into several languages. We call this process website translation and localisation.

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Translation of legal documentation

Our specialist legal translators work for a wide range of legal and associated professions. Solicitors, courts, police stations, prisons, accountants, public sector organisations, EU organisations, businesses and individuals have all used our services.

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Public sector translation service

Working in over 190 languages, our translators translate for many organisations in the public sector including councils, schools, hospitals, government bodies, housing associations, ambulance services, fire services, police forces and EU organisations.

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Subtitles and captions

Knockhundred provides subtitling services in over 190 languages for cinema, TV, online material, DVD, video, video games, computer games and corporate CD-ROMS. We can also provide captions and captioning services (including closed captions) for those people who are deaf or hard of hearing. These captions will usually contain descriptions of non-dialogue audio (such as laughter or a door slamming).

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Document translation

Knockhundred offers professional and highly efficient document translation services. We offer translation services across the UK, Europe, USA and in some cases, further afield.

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Translation of Books

Knockhundred offers professional and highly efficient book translation services. We offer publishing translation services and editorial translations across the UK, Europe, USA and in some cases, further afield.

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Certified translation, notarised and FCO legalization

Many translations of documents and certificates need to be notarised or certified before they will be accepted as “true” translations. Our translators regularly translate birth, death and marriage certificates, educational qualification certificates and other “official” documents.

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