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translation company Intonation has acquired UPS Translations – one of the oldest language service providers in the industry.

The deal, for an undisclosed sum, is aimed at strengthening Fareham-based Intonation’s reputation in the creative sector.

UPS will operate under the Intonation brand – Intonation incorporating UPS Translations.

Dan Peachey, translation manager at Intonation, based in Fareham, Hampshire, said: ‘We are extremely pleased to have acquired a business which bolsters our presence in the creative sectors and further afield.’