Driving quality forward: translation for the automotive industry

Our clients are automobile manufacturers, suppliers of parts and accessories, manufacturers of buses, trailers and special bodies – as well as companies active in the fields of engineering and consumer electronics.

In this fact sheet you will learn:

  • about translate plus
  • the types of technical documentation we translate
  • our clients within the automotive industry
  • how translate plus will improve consistency
  • what makes us different

We recognise that the four pillars of technical documentation, namely comprehension, readability, clarity and consistency, need to “translate” into the four pillars of localisation language control, which are terminology, grammar, syntax and style.

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