Tag: “Automotive Translation”

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China is embracing motorsport, how is your Mandarin?

Motorsport in China is booming, but if you want to be part of it your organisations needs to be able to communicate. Here we look at this market and provide some language tips.

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Why use a specialist automotive translation service?

What background and experience should your automotive translation partners have? In this post we share how we select translators and what makes them the best people to have on your side.

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Automotive translation tips to boost your company’s global reach

The automotive and motorsport industries are global, but not all companies are communicating effectively with their international customers. Here we offer our top automotive translation tips

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RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium

30th November and 1st December will see the Comtec team at the RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium; will you be there too?

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Striking the perfect balance of style and accuracy in technical marketing translation projects

We’ve all come across translated sales literature or instruction manuals in the past, in which the translations don’t exactly read fluently or the terminology used is just downright odd! I’m sure you will have seen well-known examples from the many lists of the top 10 bad translations that can be found online. But in all

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Thanks Jaguar Land Rover – You’re Helping to Fix Britain

Here in the West Midlands, our heritage is largely based on our manufacturing prowess. And how fantastic therefore that Jaguar Land Rover confirmed this week that they would be investing £355m to establish a new factory just off the M54. This factory, which will manufacture low-emission engines, will create 750 jobs for the area.

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UK car manufacturing and exports take pole position

The automotive sector accounts for 10% of Britain’s exports and is therefore a key driver of UK economic growth with vehicles now established as the UK’s number one manufactured export. Let’s hope the UK car industry can stay in pole position and win the race.

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