Translators Trained in Technical Software
At your disposal are highly qualified sector-specialist translators all trained in industry-specific software such as AutoCAD. This ensures accurate translation right across all your project documentation.
Recruiting only highly qualified linguists results in 99.5% accuracy on all our translated content. We back that with thorough project management and Translation Memory software that reduces turnaround and saves you money.
Data Confidentiality Taken Seriously
Accurate Technical Translation for the Mining Industry
For mining-industry translation, it’s not enough just to know the language.
Technical accuracy is equally important – a bad translation could be a threat to your productivity, revenue or even safety.
That’s why we’ll only ever assign translators to your project who understand the technical industry-specific language in manuals and designs. They’ll also be experts in sector-specific software such as AutoCAD.
At Today Translations, we also understand that your written materials – be they accounts, contracts, training material, manuals, Health and Safety documentation, or risk assessment and management – are sensitive.
So we back up your data in the UK to international security and quality standards ISO:27001 and ISO:9001. You’ll also have your rights protected under GDPR and can be assured that we’ll respect them at all times.
Content We Translate
- Operation and maintenance manuals
- Technical and CAD drawings
- Environmental-Impact Assessments
- Topographical Surveys
- Environmental compliance audits
- Environmental impact assessments (EIA)
- Tender documentation
- Health and safety documents
- Press Releases
- Insurance Policies
1,000+ industry-specific linguists
~21% average saving from translation memories
600,000,000 word translation capacity per annum for heavy industries
African Underground Mining
1,000 CAD drawings
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Custom built API and translation
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