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Here in SAPT, we stand by the professionalism of our members.


Translation is not a serial production. And the translator is not an assembly line worker.


In SAPT, you have the guarantee that you co-operate with active translators and interpreters for which this job is the main source of income.

Personal approach

You co-operate directly with the translator, not with an anonymous company.