Welcome to PRODOC,
the technical translation and technical documentation service provider for the Industrial Automation, Power Engineering and Automotive industries.
Our translation service is certified accordance with ISO 17100.
This means that we can offer the complete workflow from the creation of technical product information up to the final document in the desired target language.
Efficient and consistent translations through a well documented quality management system are the key to success!
PRODOC Translations serves the following industries
In addition to technical translations for the Industrial Automation sector, we create technical documentation and consult clients in the Power Engineering and Automotive sectors. For all these industries, we also localize their software.
The customers of PRODOC Translations
Translations for Industrial Automation products are our special field of expertise and most of our clients work in this field or other related industries. Our customers mainly have their headquarters in Germany or other European countries. But we also work for some clients with headquarters in Asian countries or the Americas.
Company headquarters in the European Union
Company headquarters abroad
- Distribution center in the European Union
- English as source language
- Or technical translations from Asian languages to English or German
What our clients say
Quality since 1992
PRODOC Translations provides a certified technical translation service
We are working constantly to optimize the quality of our technical translation service in order to serve the needs of our industrial automation customers.
The total cost of a translation is what matters
Controllers in companies often just look at the price for the translation of a single document. And then choose the apparently cheapest provider. Many similar documents usually have to be translated in the industrial automation sector, such as user manuals for similar products or the updating of documents that have already been translated.
Short history of our company
from 1992 until today
PRODOC was founded in 1992 by Markus Schröder and Stefan Weimar with the aim to offer professional technical documentation for customers in the field of electrical engineering. That was an obvious choice since both are electrical engineers and Stefan Weimar speaks 5 languages besides his native language. Projects in the field of technical communication were carried out for a variety of customers. The know-how acquired provides the basis of our current portfolio of services.
PRODOC Translations GmbH
Since 2003, Stefan Weimar focuses on technical translations and has built up PRODOC Translations GmbH as a renowned language service provider. Technical Translations, Software localization and the accompanying Technical Consulting services are the focus of the company.
Markus Schröder leads the PRODOC Ingenieurbüro, which focuses on the creation of Technical Documentation, since 2003.
Dipl.-Ing. Markus Schröder
Tel.: +49 2293 9099550
Fax: +49 2293 9099447
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