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German Automotive Engineering Translators & Interpreters

Professional German Automotive Engineering Translation & lnterpreting Services

Automotive Engineering is the development of mechanical and electronic systems for vehicles such as cars, buses, HGVs and motorcycles. Engineers working in this field cater for the large international automotive market by continuously improving their products. Special attention is nowadatys paid to the development of safety features; fuel economy; vehicle dynamics and performance levels, which are of high value to the end user. As Automotive Engineering is a global business, new developments in this field have to be efficiently communicated to sub-contractors and international partners and the assistance of a translator or interpreter is often required.


TJC Global provide the services of qualified translators for texts such as instruction manuals, booklets and official documents as well as interpreters for meetings, negotiations, discussions and other events in this field. What sets us apart is that in addition to being gifted linguists, our translators and interpreters are also informed of the local business etiquette, professional conduct and the corporate rules as well as having a background and/or qualification in this industry. Their familiarity with the subtle cultural nuances and technical terminology ensures smooth and meaningful communication between all parties, which is, in turn, essential to our clients’ success.

Our Automotive Engineering clients include:

Ford Honda Jaguar
JCB Nissan Toyota
Rover Williams Grand Prix Vauxhall

 

Our Automotive Engineering TransIation & lnterpreting Service also covers areas such as:

Global Marketing Board Meetings International Conferences Business Negotiations
Legal Cases & Documents Satelite Navigation Systems Manuals and Instructions Booklets Newsletters & Advertisements
Vehicle Engineering, Research Noise, Vibration, Harness CAD Design Fuel, Emissions, Hydrocarbons
Manufacturing Car Model Design R&D Quality Control Nitrogen Oxides, Carbon Monoxide 
Designs, Specifications & Drawings New Model Development Toyota Kanban System Interference, Foul, Heat Dissipation
Automobile Engineering PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) Efficiency & productivity Statistical Methods

 

To find out more about our previous clients, please visit our Clients and Projects page.

 

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