The cost of a translation varies in relation to the language, the typology of the text to be translated and the timeframes of delivery. The standard unit of measure is the page. The costs per special projects, such as for example graphic page layout, are calculated on the basis of the number of hours of work.
The page is the measuring unit adopted for translation services on the basis of the UNI EN 15038: 2006 rule. One page corresponds to a text of 1375 characters inclusive of spaces (in practice this is a page of 25 lines with 55 characters per line).