Alphatrad Le Havre has a wealth of translation expertise, with over 40 years‘ experience
Our committed translation network is the only one of its kind in Europe and it caters to 35,000 customers worldwide. The group has global links with 3,500 professional translators specialising in numerous areas of business, and working in the countries in which the relevant languages are specifically spoken. We also provide services in more than a hundred languages in Europe, North and South America, the Middle East and Asia, with local translation rates allowing us to offer the most cost-effective service around.
We offer an array of services in French and other languages including:
- Technical translations
- Legal translations
- Financial translations
- Medical translations
- Business translations
- Fast translations
- Translations of websites
- Online marketing and SEO translations
- Travel and tourism translations
- Food and beverage translations
- Certified (official) translations
- Proofreading and editing
- Voice-over artists
- Interpreting services
More than 100 languages
If you need a translation from English to German, French or any other language, Alphatrad Le Havre offers its proven high-quality services in over 100 languages and dialects, including:
- English (UK)
- English (US)
- Indian languages
- Portuguese (Portugal)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
Contact our professionals by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, where you can request a free, no-obligation quotation.
French website: Agence de traduction et de services linguistiques à Le Havre
76600 Le Havre
Le Havre – a port city with UNESCO World Heritage
Le Havre is the largest city in Normandy and the second biggest port city in France after Marseille. The city centre, which was rebuilt after the Second World War, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005, because of its unusual architecture.
With a population of around 173,000, Le Havre is the largest metropolis in Normandy. The municipal area stretches along the right bank of the Seine, which forms numerous twists (or meanders) just before it empties into the Channel.
This Atlantic port has played a significant role in the development of the city. Starting in the 19th century, coffee, spices, tropical timbers, and cotton were imported into the country from the French overseas colonies. The city on the estuary of the Seine is characterised by a maritime flair even today. Huge cruise ships and passenger ships on the transatlantic route dock here in the port. The painter Claude Monet immortalised the trade port of Le Havre in 1872 in his picture “Impression Soleil Levant”, which together with the artist’s numerous other works helped the artistic movement of Impressionism to become more popular.