2M Language Services is the preferred translation company in the advanced manufacturing sector thanks to our subject matter expertise and our ability to create smart workflows and automation in the localisation process.
We have delivered technical translations and other manufacturing translation services within the global manufacturing and advanced manufacturing industries for the past decade. Our growth in this sector has been steady due to our team of subject matter experts, state-of-the-art technology and industry 4.0 knowledge.
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Contact 2M Language Services for expert manufacturing translations today. Our team will provide a free consultation and quote based on the unique needs and requirements of your business.
If your business operates in a global market, you will need to translate your manufacturing documents into other languages. This is crucial for a number of reasons — for one, not everyone speaks English and second, localising manufacturing documents can help you better meet the needs of your target audience.
Manufacturing translation services can actually improve various elements of your business.
Instruction manuals impact the understanding of the product at hand and in turn, the user’s experience. Manufacturing companies cannot afford errors in a customer-facing instruction manual that could cause accidents when using a product, especially if it poses a risk to the customer’s safety.
In the manufacturing sector, the customer service cycle doesn’t end once the product has been sold. Customers may need assistance after the fact, whether it’s support setting up the product, asking questions about the product in general or providing feedback.
When setting up a business in another country or region, your customer service representatives will need to be prepared with accurate information about the products and/or services you provide so they can answer questions and solve problems related to those products and/or services.
Training manuals are an integral part of any business. If your business is expanding into new countries and regions, your training and safety manuals will need professional translation to meet the needs of local employees — in fact, in many countries, you are legally required to translate training and safety manuals into the country’s official language or languages.
Plus, translating and localising these documents can assist with maintaining compliance in your manufacturing facilities. Your international teams will have a better understanding of best practices for both safety and quality in the workplace.
It’s imperative for your customer-facing marketing materials to undergo professional translation and localisation. Your marketing materials need to consider regional and linguistic nuances — one wrong word or phrase could be offensive or may not make sense in some languages. This can cause a huge amount of damage to your brand.
Language translation is a vital component of global manufacturing. Audiences that speak different languages will form their own opinions and impressions of your business — whether they’re employees or customers — based on how well you communicate with them.
Language cannot be left to chance. No manufacturing business can afford to risk its reputation and success on a global scale through poor translations of its inward and outward-facing documents.
As you can see, there is a wide range of benefits that come with our manufacturing translation services. Contact us for a free consultation and quote. We’re confident we have the translation, interpreting and localisation services you need for success.
At 2M Language Services, we have been providing expert manufacturing translation services for more than a decade. During this time, we have worked with a wide range of companies including Manteena, Movus, Thales and Airbus, and we have supported manufacturing operations like electrical, satellite, navigation, naval and civil construction.
We are the preferred translation company in the advanced manufacturing field for our clients thanks to our subject matter expertise and our ability to create smart workflows and automation in the localisation process. Our goal is to make translation and localisation simple and seamless, allowing you to communicate clearly with your customers without effort or fault.
Plus, to ensure the consistent reliability and accuracy of our manufacturing translation services, we have achieved the following ISO certifications:
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We offer translation and interpreting services in more than 250 languages including low-resource languages like Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Indigenous African languages. Even if your target language is not widely spoken, we have experienced linguists available who can make communication simple.
The safeguard of your intellectual property is crucial in this sector which is why we process our translation work in our secure translation environment — a privately hosted translation platform that complies with the Australian Government Cyber Security Requirements and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) questionnaire.
In order to deliver technical translations in highly demanding subject matters for the manufacturing industry, we combine our team of specialised linguists and reviewers, our translation technologies and Quality Assurance procedures. The result is a localisation process designed around smart workflows that deliver on both quality and efficiency.
2M's technical translation and interpreting hub translated more than three million words last year and provided more than 900 hours of technical interpreting.
We translate training manuals, technical and machinery documentation, websites, e-learning material, instruction booklets, safety manuals, code of conducts, HR guidelines, annual and financial reports, immigration and visa documents, certified (NAATI) translations and provide technical interpreting for boardrooms, meetings, conferences and global manufacturing sites.
No. Technical translation involves translating texts that are specific to a certain field or discipline like engineering or medicine. Manufacturing translation refers to the translation of documents related to the manufacturing process. At 2M Language Services, we provide both technical and manufacturing translation services.
Absolutely. All of our Australian translators and interpreters are certified by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) as required by the Department of Home Affairs. They also hold a recognised graduate qualification in translation or interpreting from an institution of higher education or recognised graduate qualification in any other field plus five years of full-time professional experience in translating or interpreting.
Our international translators have advanced country-specific degrees (B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD) and have previously worked in the manufacturing sector.
We will also handpick a translation team on your behalf, so you can rest assured knowing your translators have in-depth knowledge and experience in your specific industry.
Yes. We hold the following ISO certifications:
These globally recognised standards attest to our ability to deliver manufacturing translation services to the highest standards.
We will assign a dedicated multilingual project manager who will coordinate all aspects of your project and deliver your translations on time, on brief and on budget. We will also assign a team of talented translators who have experience in your particular industry and product offering.
Yes! All documents are treated confidentially, and our translators and editors are sworn to a strict Code of Ethics. Plus, our workflows and CMS integrations are hosted on a private, secure, cloud-based server to protect your information.
Clear and accurate translation can make or break a manufacturing business. With this in mind, we recommend investing in professional manufacturing translation services in order to communicate clearly and effectively with both your customers and employees.
Contact our team of expert linguists for translation, interpreting and localisation services today. We will provide a free consultation so we can gain a better understanding of your business and your needs.