Since the 1960s, Japan has been renowned for its automotive engineering and manufacturing. The Japanese Automotive Industry is now the third largest in the world, with an annual production of 9.9 million automobiles per year, as of 2012. Home to a number of global companies producing cars, construction vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, and engines, including Toyota, Honda, Daihatsu, Nissan, Suzuki, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Isuzu, Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Mitsuoka, it is no surprise that language assistance may be needed to promote business or expertise abroad.
Special attention is nowadays paid to the development of safety features; fuel economy; vehicle dynamics and performance levels, which are of high value to the end user. Japanese automotive engineers need to communicate with other specialists overseas, while automotive companies need to do business on a global scale. To facilitate this, expert translators and interpreters may be 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.
Williams Grand Prix
Legal Cases & Documents
Satelite Navigation Systems
Manuals and Instructions Booklets
Newsletters & Advertisements
Vehicle Engineering, Research
Noise, Vibration, Harness
Fuel, Emissions, Hydrocarbons
Car Model Design R&D
Nitrogen Oxides, Carbon Monoxide
Designs, Specifications & Drawings
New Model Development
Toyota Kanban System
Interference, Foul, Heat Dissipation
Efficiency & productivity
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