We have been translating for Deutsche Post DHL Group for more than a decade. In early 2016, we worked as part of a select team of translators to produce the English version of the Group’s Corporate Responsibility Report 2015 and the accompanying Corporate Responsibility Brochure 2015: Corporate Responsibility Report / Corporate Responsibility Brochure 2015
Representative Studies on Victimisation (Nomos, 2016, 308 pp.), edited by Dr. Dirk Baier and Prof. Christian Pfeiffer of the Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, presents the findings of a range of representative academic studies on risk factors in victimisation, victimisation of various specific population groups and the impacts of victimisation ‐ a substantial academic project for which we produced the English translation.
Translation of financial reports – annual reports and interim reports – and investor relations copy such as financial press releases, roadshow presentations and web content for Germany-based multinationals and mid-caps, working both directly with the corporate clients themselves and in longstanding collaboration with Burton, Münch & Partner, a leading international adaptation agency in Düsseldorf.
Translation of websites and online corporate communication for SMEs and corporate groups.
HABITAT III National Report Germany – translation of the German national report to the United Nations Habitat III Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (2015, 95 pp.).
For more than 15 years now we have produced and updated the English-language content for Social Security at a Glance [bmas.de], a publication of the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs that provides an overview of social welfare provision in Germany.
Anika Beiersdorf/Antje Radecke (Ed.), 2014: Ecological Research at the Offshore Windfarm alpha ventus: Challenges, Results and Perspectives, published by Springer Spektrum. Outcomes of research carried out during the construction and operation of Germany’s first offshore wind farm together with a discussion of the impacts of wind turbines on the marine environment.
Much of our work involves government reporting for international organisations. In 2015, we translated a 120-page government report to the Council of Europe on national action against human trafficking.