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Automotive Industry InterpretersAs the automotive sector is a global industry, there are many circumstances where language barriers may prevent effective communication between parties 

TJC Global provide the services of expert automotive interpreters for factory visits, conferences, exhibitions, meetings, negotiations and discussions in this dynamic sector. What sets us apart is that in addition to being gifted linguists, our interpreters have a background or qualification in the industry and an in dpeth knowledge of terminology, manufacturing processes and procedure. Additionally, their familiarity with subtle cultural differences ensures smooth and meaningful communication between all parties - something essential to our clients’ success.

We are very happy to arrange for our interpreters to meet your clients anywhere and provide interpreting services all over the globe. We are committed to facilitating uninterrupted communication between you and your business partners, no matter where they are based.


Our automotive industry clients include:

 

Ford

Honda

Jaguar

JCB

Nissan

Toyota

Rover

Williams Grand Prix

Vauxhall

 

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