| With its abundance of government and technology jobs, Lexington has one of the nation's most stable economies. Economists have referred to Lexington as having "a fortified economy, strong in manufacturing, technology and entrepreneurial support, benefiting from a diverse, balanced business base".
The city is home to several large corporations. There are three Fortune 500 companies located within the city, Affiliated Computer Services (1,200 employees), Lexmark International (3,450 employees) and Hewlett Packard (250 employees). United Parcel Service, Trane and Amazon.com, Inc. have a large presence in the city, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky is within the Lexington CSA in adjoining Georgetown. The city is also host to a Jif peanut butter plant that produces more peanut butter than any other factory in the world, and to the Forcht Group of Kentucky, a holding company that employs more than 2,100 people across Kentucky. Forcht Group operates several businesses in Lexington including First Corbin Bancorp, Kentucky National Insurance Company, My Favorite Things, BSC, a bank data services company, and First Lab, among others.
Another large employer, the University of Kentucky, employs 10,668, however, it does not include the College of Agriculture’s Cooperative Extension Service which has a staff of over 900. Other sizable employers include the Lexington-Fayette County government and other hospital facilities. This includes the Fayette County Public Schools, employing 4,651, and the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, employing 3,936. Central Baptist Hospital, Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph East, and the Veterans Administration Hospital employ 6,206 total. Lexington Info Source
The service sector clients we assist operate in three fields: the public sector (government at the federal, state/provincial and municipal levels); the private sector (banking, insurance, retailing, hospitality, etc.); and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), aka non-profit sector. Not surprisingly, their diversity 'translates into' a very diverse range of activities.
Technical documents can be found in a very wide range of subjects: financial statements, evaluation reports, IT manuals, healthcare services policy papers, conference proceedings, marketing material, multimedia content, transcripts, narratives, technical bulletins, newsletters, transcripts, employment contracts, human resources policies & procedures, benefits brochures... The list is endless. Technically challenging translation assignments are found in all sectors and practices. Such documents go beyond the baseline skills of having to be an outstanding writer or linguist. We make it our business to secure the appropriate freelance technical translation resource that is best suited to your particular requirements.
In fact, we are prepared to source a freelance translation resource for virtually any organization as defined in the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS 2007) sectors.