Prima Lingua are experienced with many different areas of expertise, including the following;
Working in the dynamic Oil and Gas industry is a major part of our business, supporting the big names in exploration and production.
Supporting manufacturers of Gas Turbines, Diesel Generators and associated equipment, Prima Lingua have a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the technical terminology in this important market.
Providing specialist understanding for Governments and Ministries throughout the World, including translation of reports on cultural and urban development plans.
Whether translating safety notices for a production facility in Russia or launching a new product in South America, manufacturers have global communication requirements that impact their company’s growth goals and objectives.
Prima Lingua provides expert language services for global manufacturers to get your products to market faster.
Providing translation expertise not only to vehicle manufactures’ but also to the supply chain partners. Prima Lingua have 20 years’ experience in this key World industry.
Security is a key when working in global finance. All Prima Lingua staff and translators are bound by strict disclosure agreements ensuring your confidential material is safe and secure.
Specialist technical knowledge is required for the accurate translation of electrical components and systems. With over 5000 qualified translators, Prima Lingua have an expert in your product.
Automated warehouse and packaging systems are part of the global supply chain, with two decades experience Prima Lingua are able to offer the best linguists and service to ensure your systems are understood by your customers.
Working for Law firms, legal professionals and in house legal advocates demand high standards and complete confidentiality. Prima Lingua offer our Legal customers a complete legal translation service.
Speak to one of our project team today to see how we can benefit your business.
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