EVS Translations has 25 years of experience providing technical and business translations to global manufacturers.
Translation solutions for manufacturing
If your company exports, has overseas production facilities or a globalised supply chain, it can’t escape the question of language. At every stage of the manufacturing value chain, the language issue persists: from R&D and product development right through to after-sales service. EVS Translations provides comprehensive language solutions to leading manufacturing companies so that they can take advantage of a wide range of opportunities beyond the domestic market.
Technical translations in the format you need
Print documentation, audio-visual content, websites. Want to bid for business in Germany? EVS Translations will translate your tender & offers to secure the project. Whether you require HSE, finance or HR translations, subtitles for staff training videos, or international website management, you can leverage the experience of a leading provider of language services to the manufacturing industry. EVS Translations provides:
Legal agreement translations
Health & safety policy translations
Operating manual translations
Press release translations
Website translation & localisation
Brochure translation with DeskTop Publishing
Expert technical translators who understand your industry
EVS Translations has 25 years of experience providing technical and business translations to global manufacturers. Our global teams of in-house translators are experts in producing high-quality translations for the pharmaceutical, automotive and engineering industries. They are further supported by in-house teams for I.T. & design and project management to offer quality, added-value, scalability, and quicker response times—all the solutions you need from one supplier.
How could our multilingual solutions help your business?
Multilingual transcription, translation, subtitles and time coding: Translation in action
When a leading multinational manufacturer came to EVS Translations with an urgent project after being let down by its regular provider, our global in-house teams stepped up to the challenge producing transcription, translation, and subtitles for 21 videos into 7 languages on a very tight turnaround. After successful completion of the project, EVS Translations was delighted to be awarded preferred supplier status with the company.
The project is a great example of how clients can take advantage of EVS Translations’ global in-house translation, design, and project management teams for quicker response times and scalability, while maintaining the quality that has become expected from EVS Translations.
James Williams, Sales Executive, EVS Translations UK
At the EEF National Manufacturing Conference last month EVS Translations was one of the exhibitors to find out more about the manufacturing sector and how a Translations Service Provider can support the work of UK manufacturers. In total, 750 delegates attended the event to represent a large number of UK SMEs and multinational companies from … Continue reading EEF National Manufacturing Conference: Retrospective
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EVS Translations will be at the EEF National Manufacturing Conference in London on February 24 to meet with representatives from a wide range of UK manufacturing firms. It’s a great opportunity to discuss the most important topics for the sector right now including the productivity challenge, the potential impact of an EU referendum, and global … Continue reading EVS Translations to Exhibit at the EEF National Manufacturing Conference
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For the UK manufacturing industry, it is likely that 2016 will be a bit of a mixed bag. With a question mark over risks and opportunities, many businesses will approach the year with a reasonable sense of caution. Read more
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