World Language Communications wins and completes project with Ministry of the Environment of Colombia
WLC is first language service provider to win bid with the Colombian environmental body
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 15th, 2015 – Los Angeles, California/Bogota Colombia– World Language Communications today announced that WLC Colombia, the Latin American division of the company, based in Bogota, in January 2015 completed a major translation project for the Ministry of the Environment and Sustainable Development of Colombia, which required a large team of translators in the United States and Colombia.
Director of Latin America Operations for WLC, Adriana Fernández De Castro, is very happy with the success of the Spanish to English translation project, which focused on the legislation for environmental development. She is thrilled to be part of such an important project for Colombia, which has recently been accepted as a full member of The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development- OECD- considered the organization for best economic practices in the world, of which 34 nations are members.
About World Language Communications – Bogota
WLC Bogota, the Latin American headquarters of World Language Communications, provides translators and interpreters to companies, organizations and government bodies in Colombia and throughout Mexico, Central and Latin America with a major focus on Spanish/English/Portuguese/French translations in the Environmental, Manufacturing, Industry, Oil & Gas, Financial and legal sectors.
About World Language Communications
World Language Communications, based in Los Angeles, is an international language service serving blue chip companies, governments, clinics, hospitals, law firms, media companies, institutions, and associations around the world. WLC provides a full range of services in all languages including translation, interpretation, subtitling and voiceovers, multicultural consultation, website localization, desktop publishing, deposition services, conferences and much more. Visit http://www.worldlanguagecommunications.com for more information.