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It's Now Official - AA Global has Top-to-Bottom Coverage of the UK

We have just been awarded a contract to provide translation services to Moray Council, in Inverness, Scotland. This means AA Global now has clients from Inverness to Southampton!.

Speaking at the company’s head office in Worcester, AA Global’s CEO Kirk Akdemir said: "We are delighted to be chosen by Moray Council to deliver our services in a range of languages after a comprehensive tender process and we are very much looking forward to working with our colleagues in Moray to help break the language barrier for all communities living in the area”.

 

Kirk went on to say: “Last year we were proud to have been granted a contract by the Southampton City Council for the same, and we have more than 85 Public Sector Organisations who use our services between the two of them dotted all over the country which makes AA Global a major provider of Translation and Interpreting Services to the UK Public Sector".  

 

Moray lies in the north-east of Scotland between Inverness and the Highlands to the west and Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to the east.  It is shaped roughly like a triangle with its base along the south shore of the Moray Firth and its apex extending further south into the Cairngorm Mountains and National Park.

 

Its area of 2238 square kilometers makes it the 8th largest Council area in Scotland.  The area is mostly rural, comprising 70% open countryside and a further 25% woodland.  However, in terms of its population, it ranks 25th out of 32 with a population of 86,750.  Just over half of the population live in the five main towns of Elgin, Forres, Buckie, Lossiemouth and Keith.

 

The beautiful county of Moray lies hidden from the main Scottish tourist route, in the north-east ofScotland and is ideally situated in the sheltered Moray firth area between the mountains of the Highlands of Scotland in the west and the Grampians in the east.

 

Moray has much to offer tourists and those wanting to get out and about, due to its situation between the Cairngorm mountains in the south, and the beautiful sandy coastline of the Moray Firth in the north.Moray benefits from an abundance of long stretches of unspoiled golden beaches, dotted by picturesque fishing villages along the coast. There is a large population of interesting wildlife including bottlenose dolphins which can be viewed from shore or by boat.

 

Moray is a top destination for sea fishing, as well as Salmon and Trout fishing on the world famous RiverSpey and the River Findhorn. There are eight 5 star visitor attractions in the area as well as 16 golf courses, including a famous championship links course at Lossiemouth.   There are activities such as horse riding, mountain biking, walking, field sports, hiking, hill walking, climbing, camping and caravanning, sailing, diving, water skiing and winter skiing.   Moray is the county of Macbeth and is steeped in history, with a wealth of castles, historical buildings and sites to explore.   Moray is whisky country and has the only Malt Whisky Trail in the world, which is a unique selling point for the area.

 

You can find more about Moray here http://www.thisismoray.com/