Dutch Translator – Sarah


Languages: Dutch Translation, Dutch to English, English to Dutch

Education : 1995 – 1999: Ring van Putten, The Netherlands (secundary school) –

with Dutch, English, German and French language as major.

April 15th 1998 Diploma in typewriting (250 hits p/min)

1999 – 2002 : ROC Zadkine, The Netherlands – Degree (4th level)

highest level in International Commerce and Languages

2003: Followed a Spanish private course

Work experience

July 2002 – May 2003: Employee at Trans *92* International Expedition (The Netherlands), treating with foreign customers and responsible for the translations

September 2003 – March 2004: Sipe Srl (Italy), treating with foreign customers and responsible for the translations

In 2002 I started freelance translating in the evening and since 2004 I translate full-time. I do have my own V.A.T. number.

I collaborate with my « collegue translators » and on request I can deliver translations in other language combinations against good prices and delivering 100% good quality translations.

Translation experience:

Art & literature, medicine, commercial, marketing, tecnical, tourism, books, etc…

Some translation companies worked with in the past and still working with on various projects:

Imagine Traduzioni, Play Sas, Amico Estero, Trust Services, Aurora Traduzioni, Daffodil, CTP Traduzioni, Studio Acoma

We have Dutch translators and interpreters in Los Angeles CA, Orange County CA, New York NY, Chicago IL, San Francisco CA, San Diego CA, Miami FL, Orlando FL, Atlanta GA, Washington D.C., Dallas TX, Houston TX, Las Vegas NV, Newark NJ, New Haven CT, Seattle WA, New Mexico, Auburn Hills MI, Vancouver BC, Canada, Oranjestad, Aruba; Brussels, Belgium; Madrid, Spain; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Philipsburg, Sint Maarten; Paramaribo, Suriname; Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Union of South American Nations, Sydney, Australia; Paris, France; Berlin, Germany; Auckland, New Zealand; London, United Kingdom;Dublin, Ireland; Rome, Italy, and in many more cities all over the world.

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