Conference Translation Equipment  & Interpretation Equipment in Port harcourt, Nigeria

Quality interpreting equipment are essential when you are hosting an international conference in Port harcourt. They are an absolute necessity to ensure effective communication.

Our interpreting equipment is available for rental in Port harcourt, Nigeria. We hire out the translation equipment (interpretation equipment) to many organisations in cities like Port harcourt, Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan, Kano, Jos and Enugu. We also have had rentals in regional centres like the Ghana, Kenya, Ivory cost, Lake chad and many more. Our range of technology means that we are able to work with smaller meetings or larger conferences. Our equipment can be used for simultaneous and consecutive interpreting. Call us to rent our simultaneous interpretation  equipment in Port harcourt, Nigeria

Because we only recommmend the solution that is best suited to your event, our translation equipment rental is affordable and we are happy for you to compare.

Translation Equipment NG is the leading supplier of Conference and Simultaneous Interpretation equipment in Port harcourt, Nigeria

We are the only company in the conferencing industry that offers both sales and rental options in Port harcourt, Nigeria  

We rent out complete digital translation equipment sets for conferences, events, seminar, meetings, education programs in Port harcourt, Nigeria.  Translation Equipment NG works with simultaneous interpretation equipment from top manufacturers , translations booths from the best companies. Our equipment meet all the European simultaneous translation standards.

About Port harcourt, Nigeria

Port Harcourt  is the capital and largest city of Rivers StateNigeria. It lies along the Bonny River and is located in the Niger Delta. As of 2016, the Port Harcourt urban area has an estimated population of 1,865,000 inhabitants, up from 1,382,592 as of 2006.[15][9]

The area that became Port Harcourt in 1912 was before that part of the farmlands of the Diobu village group of the Igbo ethnicity, .[16] The colonial administration of Nigeria created the port to export coal from the collieries of Enugu located 243 kilometres (151 mi) north of Port Harcourt,[17] to which it was linked by a railway called the Eastern Line, also built by the British.[2][17][18]

In 1956 crude oil was discovered in commercial quantities at Oloibiri,an Ijaw settlement, and Port Harcourt’s economy turned to petroleum when the first shipment of Nigerian crude oil was exported through the city in 1958. Through the benefits of the Nigerian petroleum industry, Port Harcourt was further developed, with aspects of modernization such as overpassescity blocks, taller and more substantial buildings.[3] Oil firms that currently have offices in the city include Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron.[19]

There are a number of institutions of tertiary education in Port Harcourt, mostly government-owned. These institutions include, Rivers State UniversityUniversity of Port Harcourt, Kenule Besor Wiwa Polytechnic,Captain Elechi Amadi PolytechnicIgnatius Ajuru University and Rivers State College of Health Science and Technology. The current mayor is Victor Ihunwo. Port Harcourt’s primary airport is Port Harcourt International Airport, located on the outskirts of the city; the NAF base is the location of the only other airport and is used by commercial airlines Aero Contractors and Air Nigeria for domestic flights.[20]