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Partnertrans announces office move

Partnertrans, a provider of localisation services to the games and mobile industry, has relocated from Northampton to new offices in St. Neots, Cambridgeshire.

The move follows a long period of growth for the company, which has expanded rapidly over the last 21 months. Partnertrans believes the relocation will help to strengthen its position in the marketplace as the business continues to grow.

The firm already performs localisation, audio, quality assurance and creative services for a wide range of developers and publishers, including Sega, Ubisoft and Codemasters.

Partnertrans' Mobile division also has deals in place with I-play, Jamdat, Sorrent/Macrospace, Elkware, In-Fusio, Morpheme, PlayerOne, Com2uS, Distinctive Developments and Gameloft.

"This relocation marks another significant step for Partnertrans," said CEO Markus Ludolf.

"We needed to increase our ability to handle more projects for an ever-increasing client base and the new office space will allow us to do just that."

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