| The economy of the Fargo area has historically been dependent on agriculture. That dominance has decreased substantially in recent decades. Now, the city of Fargo has a growing economy based on food processing, manufacturing, technology, retail trade, higher education, and healthcare. The largest non-governmental employers in the city include MeritCare, Innovis Health, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, US Bank, and Microsoft. North Dakota State University is the largest public sector employer in the city. Fargo Info Source
We assist organizations with agricultural products documentation used in all farming sectors from the production of food and goods through farming and forestry that is written in technical language and requires accurate translation. Subject areas that we can handle, include: agronomy; plant breeding; pesticides; fertilizers; foods (cereals, vegetables, fruits, and meat – animal husbandry – livestock production); fibers (cotton, wool, hemp, silk and flax); fuels and biofuels (methane from biomass, ethanol, and biodiesel); farm machinery and farming implements; raw materials (lumber and bamboo); pharmaceuticals; stimulants (tobacco, alcohol, opium, cocaine,and digitalis); and, an assortment of ornamental or exotic products (cut flowers, nursery plants, tropical fish and birds for the pet trade).
We also assist Healthcare organizations with subject-specific documentation (or otherwise) that requires accurate translation.
The healthcare translation services that we provide encompass all manner of documentation generated by the medical, dental, pharmaceutical, clinical laboratory sciences (in vitro diagnostics), nursing, and allied health professions. Our translation services also cover any and all documentation produced in connection with goods and services designed to promote health, including preventive, curative and palliative interventions, whether directed to individuals or to populations.
As such, we provide services to government, the health care industry, health care equipment companies and institutions such as hospitals or medical laboratories. We also interact directly with health care professionals, including physicians, dentists, support staff, nurses, therapists, psychologists, pharmacists, chiropractors, and optometrists as well as with all manner of healthcare team members (including, but not limited to, emergency medical technicians and paramedics, laboratory scientists, physiotherapists, respiratory therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, radiographers, dietitians and bioengineers).