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  • Preparation of technical documentation;
  • Adaptation of structural solutions to the manufacturing conditions of the customer;
  • Developing of mechanical assembly sequences;
  • Preparation of assembly drawings, as-built and 2D drawings;
  • Modelling of 3D drawings;
  • Technological development of welding instructions based on the latest technology, complying with the requirements of the standards, guidelines and terms of contracts;
  • Developing of technological instructions for welded joints - pWPS.


The following thematic summary of our services creates both our professional dossier. Our experience we have relied on the practice of many years of work in these industries, working with foreign partners, based on mutual technical documentation, performing hundreds of translations and studies. Our service is our long-standing practice!  


Metal and machinery industry

The industry includes machinery, steel, tools, metal working or automotive sectors. In the border Saxony alone, there are over 300 companies in this industry. In turn, our eastern border is the proximity of the giant markets that can take over unlimited quantities of products. Steel structure industry requires an involvement of specialists with a very high degree of specialization. The specificity of the industry requires engineers through the whole process of manufacture and assembly. This puts a challenge to proper language communication in the event of having to create documentation in foreign languages. 
Our experience in translations, relations with customer, preparation of tender specification and verification of the technical documents allows us a good operation in the steel construction industry for the cargo handling industry, transport, hydro-power or in the offshore structures (marine cargo handling structures).


Opencast Mining

Polish opencast mining is almost 7000 mining plants, with more than 350 million tons output of various mineral raw materials and employing tens of thousands of workers.
Mining activity is the extraction of minerals and overburden. Extracted part of the earth's crust, the rock mass of the concise structure is mined by various methods, loaded, transported and deposited in dump or enrichment plant. The rest is placed on the overburden dumps. 
Lignite mining is carried out mainly by surface mining through various technological systems working in a continuous, cyclical or combined manner. 
These are mining machines, bucket wheel excavators, belt conveyors, rail reclaimer, linear transport systems ECS (excavator,conveyor, stacker) etc. To ensure a proper economic development there is necessary to supply a variety of minerals, energy (coal and lignite), ores and natural aggregates, a comprehensive technology of the industry and the location of these deposits in Europe and in the world creates a need to share experiences and offer services between partners from different countries. 
For our part, we offer experience in translating documentation and specifications of tender documents and contracts. We can also be helpful in commercial and technical arrangements with contractors.      

Bucket wheel excavator on the pit Gerzweiler


Automation and Electrical

Currently the fastest growing branch of industry in developed countries. It requires considerable capital and modern engineering. Technical and technological progress creates new market goods, often unknown until a few years ago. It engages in production of simple consumer goods, and the very high tech as well. It is the main driving force of every highly developed economy. In the European Union alone there are about 200 000 small and medium enterprises, and the number of employees is approx. 2.8 million people.
The technical documentation, telemetry systems, PLC, HMI, controls, control and measuring systems operating in the linear transport systems etc. often requires tedious language translations and updates at a rapid pace. Requirements of compliance with the current state of the art in almost all contracts makes it difficult to prepare materials in the assumed time. 
This process can be accelerated efficiently by using the updated database of specialized translation memories


The production line of spark plugs 


Glass industry

Glass is defined as an inorganic material, cooled to the solid state without crystallization. The origins of the glass industry reaches back to prehistoric times, and in Poland, including here in Lower Silesia its intensive development occur in the Middle Ages. It developed especially there wherever was an easy access to raw materials needed in the production of glass (mainly silica sand, including clean water) and firewood to the fuelling of blast furnaces. Many towns in Poland today bear the name, referring to the tradition of glass industry, for example, e.g. Szklana Huta or the neighbouring Szklarska Poreba.

Our offer includes specialized translation related to complex production technology of glass containers for the beverage and spirituous industry, food packaging and industrial goods. 
Design and production of glass packaging covering a wide range of products ie. moulds, blanks, baffles, rings, funnels, plungers etc. beginning from forming a gob of liquid mass, passed then to a forming IS-machine working with NNPB, PB or BB technology is a comprehensive market of terminology and meanings.


Technology of glass packaging production


Gas industry

Earth gas is a natural fuel mined from deposits located in the earth's crust. It is a mixture of methane and other flammable and non-flammable gases and compounds. The gas composition depends on its extraction place and the gasification technology. The combustion does not form dusts and solid waste. As a result of various chemical processes, gas composition is changing and the final product is natural gas with odorant added, designed to transport with gas pipeline network. The national, international and intercontinental pipelines are built to high pressure transmission, the medium and low pressure ones are for distribution purposes, equipped with pressure reduction stations for lowering pressure or with compression stations to increase it for transmission over longer distances. On the reduction and metering stations there are measured the basic physicochemical parameters (chromatographs), flow dynamics parameters (gas meters, converter etc.).
Our experience allows you translating a series of articles, manuals, technical equipment, gas fittings, measuring equipment, installation instructions, warranties, tender documents, patents, technical approvals, processes, certification of quality, compatibility and many others.

Animation of a gas compressor station



The purpose of software and multimedia localization is to make them available to foreign-language users. It involves analysing of the source code, separation the text for translation and re-compile the translated text output. The scope of the service also includes translation of software documentation. 
We offer a localization of:

  • user interfaces programs, help files and support for a wide variety of applications;
  • ERP, CRM, SCM software;
  • CAD drawings;
  • Software for mobile and electronic equipment;
  • e-learning platforms;
  • multimedia presentations;
  • websites.

Translated applications are constantly tested to eliminate errors.



For registered customers we offer ongoing support, free short (few sentences) translating and immediate assistance on technical issues.

The regular users of our Site can count on discounts!


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