Technical translation

Technical translation requires accurate use of terminology and specialised skills. Our professional translators boast long experience and in-depth knowledge of various manufacturing sectors as well as the applicable European regulations. They rely on terminology glossaries created and updated over years of cooperation with our customers. The use of Computer Aided Translation tools means savings both in terms of costs and delivery times, while ensuring that terminology remains consistent over time, also allowing documents to be managed in their original format, without the need for new layout.

User and maintenance manuals

Workshop manuals, lists of spare parts

Technical specifications, safety specifications, risk assessments

Tender specifications and documents

Quality certification documents

Customs papers

Electrical wiring and pneumatic diagrams, CNC lists


Statements of compliance

Advertising and localisation

Translation for advertising and marketing purposes or involving material for public consumption requires in-depth knowledge of the target market, in other words localisation. Rather than direct translation of a text, localisation involves stylistic and cultural adaptation to meet the specific needs and tastes of local consumers.

Corporate magazines and newsletters

Recipes and lists of ingredients

Children’s books


Market research/surveys/questionnaires

Press releases

Terms and conditions of use

Privacy policies

Codes of conduct


Corporate social responsibility

Medical aids and devices

Videogames and board games


Sticker albums

Catalogues, advertising brochures

Material for trade eventss

Software, applications, websites, SEO

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