Are you an OEM or Tier 1 or Tier 2 supplier looking for automotive translations of the highest quality? EVS Translations USA provides multilingual translation services from our Atlanta location, ensuring consistency and reliability in complex and challenging automotive translation projects.
Your assigned project manager coordinates teams of specialized in-house translators and reviewers to provide translations that are uniform and consistent. All translators have shared real-time access to automotive dictionaries, specialized 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.
We cover the following areas within automotive translations:
- Sales and marketing
A key element to provide you with the highest level of service is a standardized workflow when coordinating your translation project. This measure ensures that quality standards and delivery schedules are maintained or even improved.
We look forward to speaking with you personally about your language requirement.
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