EVS Translations offers professional inhouse translations for the automotive industry
Translations for automotive
If you are an Original Equipment Manufacturer or Tier 1 and Tier 2 supplier looking for professional automotive translation services, then EVS Translations is the right choice. We provide services in over 35 languages ensuring consistency and reliability in complex and challenging automotive translation projects.
If you have a specific requirement that you would like to discuss personally with our local Nottingham contacts, please fill out our enquiry form or give us a call on +44-115-9 64 42 88.
Our project managers coordinate teams of specialised in-house translators and reviewers to provide translations that are very clearly from a single source. All translators have shared real-time access to automotive dictionaries, specialised glossaries and translation memory systems, guaranteeing that the correct terminology and register is consistently applied across all languages in every project, no matter how small or large.
Automotive terminology knowledge for quality translations
We offer automotive translations for the following areas:
Sales and Marketing
Standardised processes ensure punctuality
With up to 20 assignments for individual clients ongoing at any one time, a key element EVS Translations provides is standardised workflow procedures for individual clients to ensure that quality standards and delivery schedules are maintained.
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