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What kinds of projects do we handle?

What kinds of projects do we handle?

Whenever I mention that I run a translation company, there’s usually a brief moment when you can see people wondering what’s involved. Are there banks of computers humming quietly, are there lines of studious-looking people from all the nations of the world squirreled away in our offices?

 The best way to get understand what we do all day is to give a few examples. If you’re considering whether MTT is the right company to handle your translations, here’s a list of some of our more recent projects:

  • Error codes from a software program, including specialist tags
  • Technical manuals for chemical storage equipment
  • Scripts for training videos for aircraft and land vehicles
  • Press releases about food industry automation equipment
  • Interpreters for factory visits
  • Marketing materials for aquarium products
  • Technical manuals for farm equipment
  • Accident investigation reports
  • Materials from a range of historical media sources to assist with investigations into a world record attempt
  • Interpreters for court cases
  • Handwritten will documents
  • Share sale agreements
  • Marketing materials for a motorcycle clothing range
  • Exam papers for a highly technical training course
  • Interpreters for medical assessments
  • Technical manuals for industrial gears

Each of these projects will have been assigned to a professional mother-tongue linguist, who may be part of our small team here at our HQ or based off-site, often in a different country.

If you’re wondering if we’re the right company to trust with the professional translation of your documents, just get in touch - we’d be delighted to listen to what you are looking for. Call us now on 0844 856 1086 or email


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