Translation Bound is 100% Australian owned and operated. We offer translation services for a wide range of languages, performed by NAATI certified translators. We specialise in legal and business translations, ranging from legal contracts, affidavits and audio recordings to marketing materials, websites and PowerPoint presentations.
The director of the company is a bilingual translator and interpreter, devoted to improving standards in the translation industry.
Come and see why more and more companies are making the switch to us each day!
To provide clients with the highest quality of service at the best price, improving translation and interpreting standards in Australia along the way.
“If you place your trust in us, we’ll do everything to maintain it.”
Not many people know the difference between a translator and interpreter (the former translates documents, the latter interprets speech) and translations are usually required on an infrequent basis, so it can be difficult to know what companies are out there and who to trust.
As NAATI certified translators, we are held to very strict industry standards, regardless of whether a document needs to be certified or not. We are a Melbourne-based company with Australian business values. We work hard, play by the rules, and always aim to exceed expectations.
WHAT IS NAATI?
NAATI stands for the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters.
Responsible for setting, maintaining and promoting high professional standards, NAATI issue accreditation for practitioners who wish to work as translators and interpreters in Australia.
According to the NAATI website, accreditation is “an acknowledgement that an individual has demonstrated the ability to meet the professional standards required by the translation and interpreting industry in Australia.”
Every translator at Translation Bound is committed to maintaining our high standards, regardless of whether a document needs to be certified. We have NAATI certified translators for all NAATI languages, including Chinese, German, Italian, and Russian.