Translation and interpreting services

At the joint press-conference by Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark. Wellington, November 2006.

Professional experience since 1994
Based in Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand
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Spanish Translation & Interpreter Services

Tēnā koutou katoa.

Greetings from Wellington, New Zealand.

My name is Mauricio López Langenbach. I’m a Spanish interpreter and translator originally from Chile, living in New Zealand since 2004. I have also lived and worked in Texas, USA, for 6 years, and in Oldenburg, Germany, for 2 years.

I have a B.A. in Translation from English and German into Spanish from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (1996), and a Master of Arts in Literary Translation Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (2013).

I’m a member of the New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters (NZSTI).

I look forward to helping you with any translation or interpreting work.

Kia ora!

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I highly recommend Mauricio

I highly recommend Mauricio for his communication, feedback, and translation skills. Mauricio’s clarification requests always enabled me pre-empt queries from another 8-10 translators.

Robyn Tutill

Excelente labor

Mauricio realizó una excelente labor como intérprete acompañando a la delegación de Vertebral (Consejo de Institutos Profesionales y Centros de Formación Técnica Acreditados de Chile) en su gira por Nueva Zelanda y Australia en octubre de 2018. Recomendamos decididamente sus servicios. Jorge Menéndez Gallegos Rector del Centro de Formación Técnica ENAC y Vicepresidente de Vertebral.

Sehr gut Wortwahl beim englischen Text

Meine ausländischen Gäste freuen sich, in einem kleinen Hotel in der Provinz überso viel englischsprachige Information.

Claus Böbel

Delivers exactly what he commits to

Mauricio really delivers exactly what he commits to, in an extremely accurate and professional way. His work is always carefully planned and delivered within time and budgets.

Juan Luis Toledo