Milwaukee-based ICD Translation, a translation company that serves manufacturers, e-learning providers, and other companies needing professional foreign language skills, has been acquired by Glenview, Illinois-based Argo Translation.
Argo Translation is a language services firm that provides tailored translation and technology solutions for an array of industries. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
By acquiring ICD Translation, Argo Translation will serve a greater market by doubling its employee base, adding expertise, and increasing customer service capabilities. This acquisition is part of the company's strategic growth plan that supports additional service offerings to a broader customer base.
"The combination of our technologies, resources, and innovations will be a huge asset for everyone involved and allow us to strengthen and expand the impact of superior language services. We can't wait to join the team at Argo Translation,” said Dany Olier, president and co-founder of ICD Translation.
Business will continue out of Argo Translation's headquarters in Glenview, Illinois. Olier and Catherine Deschamps-Potter will consult during the transition. The entire ICD team will continue their work with Argo Translation.
"Understanding is at the heart of everything we do," said Peter Argondizzo, co-founder of Argo Translation. "We've always respected ICD Translation as a company, specifically for its commitment to customer service, which aligns perfectly with our team. We are confident that we'll provide our customers with the best possible outcomes through this acquisition, and we couldn't be more excited about it."