Translation Source at the OTC 2011

May 3, 2011

Translation Source is pleased to announce that we will again be a proud exhibitor at the 2011 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) on May 1-5, 2011, at the Reliant Center in Houston, Texas. This year’s exhibition offers the latest tools and services from more than 2,500 companies. During the conference, Translation Source will unveil a new case study on linguistic best practices when developing global oil and gas translation projects. Visit us at the Translation Source booth (#7758 in the Reliant Arena.) If you prefer to make an appointment, please contact Maria Quintero at (713) 465-0225 or at to schedule a convenient time.

About OTC: Founded in 1969, the Offshore Technology Conference is the world’s foremost event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production, and environmental protection. OTC is held annually at Reliant Center in Houston. OTC ranks among the largest 200 trade shows held annually in the United States and is among the 10 largest meetings in terms of attendance. Attendance consistently exceeds 50,000, and more than 2,000 companies participate in the exhibition. OTC includes attendees from around the globe, with more than 110 countries represented at recent conferences.

About Translation Source: Translation Source helps energy and oil and gas companies communicate worldwide by offering comprehensive multilingual solutions from translation support of Pemex and Petrobras projects to international staffing and offshore translation. Our solutions include a full range of language translation, interpretation, staffing of bilingual engineers, instruction, localization and other supporting linguistic services. The company currently manages multilingual solutions in all languages for more than 100 oil and gas and engineering companies. Translation Source is also a small, minority owned business as defined by the Small Business Administration, the Houston Minority Business Council and the City of Houston.

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