Atlas Translations succeeds at ATC Awards 2020
Atlas Translations won the ATC Company of the Year Award at the Association of Translation Companies awards on Thursday 10th December 2020. The awards ceremony was held virtually due to the Coronavirus pandemic and was attended by language industry professionals from across the UK and Europe.
This year Atlas Translations has demonstrated resilience and agility, resulting in its most successful year of trading since the company launched in 1991. The judges commented:
“Atlas Translations stands out as the one company ticking all the boxes. Super growth in a short period and difficult year. Great life balance for the staff with a four-day week, with higher productivity. And some great giving back to the industry.”
Commenting on their win, Clare Suttie, director of Atlas Translations said:
“I’m delighted that Atlas Translations is the winner of the ATC Translation Company of the Year Award 2020. This year, everyone at Atlas Translations has worked extremely hard in unusual circumstances. The award is a fantastic achievement for the whole team and testament to their commitment and ability to deliver.”
Atlas Translations provide a wide range of language services in over 340 languages from their offices in Hertfordshire and Devon. Using their state-of-the-art, in-house technology, Atlas Translations ensure expert linguists are placed with relevant projects, to ensure the best possible results.
The Association of Translation Companies has been representing the interests of translation companies for more than 40 years. As the languages industry’s leading professional body, the ATC prides itself on a forward-thinking stance dedicated to maintaining the highest possible industry standards whilst supporting its members to thrive and grow in the competitive global economy.
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