Consecutive Interpreting


Whether you are looking for court interpreters, conference interpreters, or someone to offer multilingual support for an important meeting, blitranslations' comprehensive language interpreter service can help. We provide experienced language interpreters and translators for conferences, meetings, depositions and trials as well as industry-specific interpreting assignments. We offer both consecutive and simultaneous language interpretation services.


Simultaneous interpreting is used for messages that need to be transmitted while individuals are speaking. It involves a team of interpreters communicating via the specialized electronic equipment we provide. Consecutive interpreting is a form of interpreting in which the speakers and the language interpreters alternate speaking. No equipment other than a microphone is typically used in this case. blitranslations' expert team of language service professionals will assist you in determining how to best meet your needs. We have the capacity to guarantee professional, personalized service for any setting, from the court room to the board room, and beyond.


  • Translation Prices
    Our translation price depends on the target language, the subject matter and length of the document. It includes translation, editing, proofreading, and basic formatting. For an accurate estimate of translation cost, we require a copy of the document or a complete word count and a sample of the document.
  • Desktop Publishing & Graphics
    If your document includes graphics, tables, charts and other graphic elements, our desktop publishers can use your original electronic files to create a final, formatted, and translated version of your document. Desktop publishing is quoted separately on a per hour basis.
  • Interpreting
    Our hourly interpreting rates are dependent on the length of the assignment, the language, whether it is a consecutive or a simultaneous assignment, and if equipment will be used. Details of the assignment such as date(s), hours, subject, location, number of attendees, and the general environment are necessary for an estimate.