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Editage

1 Neshaminy Interplex, Suite 206
Trevose PA 19053
United States of America, Pennsylvania

Phone: +1-267-332-0051
Fax: +1-267-332-0052

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Description:

Editage is a leading service provider in the field of academic publishing. We offer end-to-end language support for journal submissions, conference papers, dissertations, and grant proposals through our wide range of English editing, writing, and publication support services. By leveraging professional expertise, ISO-certified processes, and an international network of experts, we strive to deliver the maximum value to our customers.We have edited more than 165,000 manuscripts since 2002 servicing  40,000 clients in 100 countries. We specialize in editing for Non-native speakers and are a preferred editing service provider in East Asian markets such as Japan, Korea and Taiwan and are quickly expanding in the Western markets as well. You can find more information about Editage at http://www.editage.com

 



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Last update of this entry: December 14, 2012

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