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TECHNICAL & ENGINEERING TRANSLATION & INTERPRETING


Experts from all over the world and in all fields of engineering collaborate with global industry in order to optimise the future of engineering and design. TJC Global can offer language assistance for all manner of engineering enquiries.

With over twenty-five years' experience providing translation and interpreting services, we have built up an extensive network of translators and interpreters. Many have years of interpreting experience in specific fields of engineering or a qualificaltion suited to the industry. This means that our interpreters are familiar with the technical terminology relating to engineering and can offer highly accurate, professional interpreting with no misunderstandings. 

TJC Global is a world leader in providing technical translation and interpretation services for many highly specialised and scientific industries.


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TJC Global's blog covers light-hearted, interesting, and often remarkable, stories from across the globe in the fields of business, engineering, the environment, science, culture and language.

Japan launches world’s first liquid hydrogen carrier  

The ‘Suiso Frontier’ vessel was launched on 11 December 2019 from the Kawasaki Heavy Industries shipyard in Kobe, western Japan, the company said in a press release. The carrier ship has been designed to transport hydrogen produced in Australia to Japan. Measuring 116m long and 19m wide, the vessel is capable of conveying around 1,250m3 […]

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Tata Chemicals to build UK’s first industrial carbon capture plant

UK producer of soda ash, sodium bicarbonate and salt, Tata Chemicals Europe (TCE) has announced plans to build the UK’s first industrial-scale carbon capture and utilisation demonstration plant to trap carbon dioxide emissions for use in its baking soda manufacturing operations. According to the company, the project marks a world first in capturing and purifying […]

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Fujitsu to launch wearable device to sense sound through body, along with corresponding events service

Information technology company Fujitsu Ltd plans to launch a service supporting sports and cultural events using Ontenna, a wearable device worn on the hair to allow users to sense sound with their bodies. The Japanese multinational has also said it will be providing a free trial version of Ontenna for schools for the deaf. What is […]

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