Pierre Jeanson, your translator in Angers
Translation for associations in Maine-et-Loire
Socially involved and conscientious, Pierre Jeanson, provides legal, financial, cultural and general translation services to various associations.
Equally an ad hoc interpreter, he offers his skills to:
- Environmental associations
- Humanitarian associations
- Community associations
- Authorized associations
- Recognized Public Utility Associations
- Charity associations
Concerned with your satisfaction and committed to high quality service, Pierre Jeanson also takes care of the translation of all kinds of documents for religious orders.
In Pierre we trust!
Bob Vrignaud, R&D Director at Plastic Odyssey, environmental association:
"Pierre translated the contents of Plastic Odyssey’s website (www.plasticodyssey.org) into Spanish. He was thorough with the translation but also with the transposition of our message abroad, especially in fiscal terms. I recommend Pierre for an accurate and professional work."
Louisette Lelièvre, RHSJ:
"From 17 to 24 May 2018, we organised a journey to our roots for 18 lay associates of which 7 were Spanish-speaking. Pierre helped us prepare texts by translating them [from French into Spanish]. He also acted as an interpretor alongside the associates during their stay in France. Pierre was appreciated for his availability and his friendliness, as well as for his skills as a translator and interpretor. If we had to renew such an experience, we would request his services without hesitation. We wish him success in his projects."
Klaus Schenkelberger, the superior of the (Calced) Carmelites of France:
"Pierre translated, proofread and wrote some twenty documents for our association. Among other things, he was involved in the translation of three books for the publishing house Parole et Silence. His investment and the quality of his work helped us greatly."
For more information about my translating work with associations or for any further requests, please contact Pierre Jeanson, Angers, Maine-et-Loire, France.