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English to Greek technical translation
Ancient Greek culture had a decisive influence on the European continent and the way of life of the people in this part of the world. The language of Greek poets, scientists and philosophers has also contributed significantly to this. Whether Aristotle or Plato, Pythagoras or Socrates – their writings have all had a serious influence on the development of Western culture.
English to Greek translation for many industries
Collaboration with the automotive industry means that PRODOC is operating in one of the biggest areas of industry.
Brushless DC motors, stepper motors, piezo drives, gears, encoders, combustion motors... PRODOC knows its way around drive technology!
Industrial PCs (IPC), routers, switches, hubs, PROFIBUS, PROFINET, IO-Link, CANopen, Modbus… PRODOC knows network technology and its products
Measurement and control technology: perfect subjects for our managing director, who is an electrical engineer.
Mechanical engineering uses components of automation technology and power engineering. As a result, our professional competence is equally strong here.
Electrical connectivity, fitness equipment, building technology, semiconductors, real estate, aviation, musical instruments, medical technology, optics, robotics, welding systems, screening technology, advertising, business software...
At PRODOC, the Managing Director is graduate engineer in power engineering (Dipl.-Ing. in Elektrotechnik) and, thus, provides an integrated source of professional competence for renewable energies, energy storage, power engineering, energy production…
For safety at work products, translations are compulsory and the quality of the translation is important for personal protection.
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We have developed special solutions to ensure that the English to Greek translation is as efficient and smooth as possible. You will receive the finished product information in Greek from us and have the advantage of minimal internal administration costs.
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After the crisis decade, there is renewed optimism for the Greek economy. The growth of 2.5 percent in 2018 is also affecting the demand for technical translations.
Dipl.-Kffr. Sanne Jerxsen
Ancient Greek – Modern Greek
Ancient Greek – the language of the historic philosophers – is still taught today at humanistic grammar schools.
The language of the modern Greeks, on the other hand, which has been spoken since the 16th century, tends to play an outsider role in foreign language teaching.
In addition to the low prevalence of Modern Greek language teaching, the Greek alphabet is another hurdle in communication with Hellenes. Although both the Cyrillic and the Latin script have their origin in the Greek characters, the individual letters of the scriptures differ quite significantly from each other.
Here, comprehension problems already begin with the reading of individual words. When it comes to translating a complex text into Greek, the help of a competent Greek translator is always required.
Greece – an important partner in the European Union and the euro area
As a member of the European Union and the euro zone, the country in the south-east of the continent is today more than ever a valued partner for German companies, despite the linguistic differences.
Due to the close economic ties within the EU, Greece is of particular importance for companies from other EU members. The absence of tariffs and restrictions facilitates economic cooperation and the exchange of goods and services.
Trade and tourism in particular are of great relevance for economic relations with Greece. No matter whether it is the import of agricultural products, the export of machinery and equipment or tourism projects, the right words are always the basis for a successful cooperation.
Clear and understandable translations bring economic advantages
For this reason, it is advisable to turn to experienced translators for German to Greek, especially for business projects. With their linguistic competence, they make a significant contribution to avoiding economic disadvantages based on linguistic misunderstandings.
Incorrect or misleading translations can seriously jeopardize business success or even make it completely impossible. Our professionals know the pitfalls of the language and are always able to avoid them. This ensures that a translation from German into Greek is not only error-free, but also clearly understandable and unambiguous.
Use the extensive language skills of competent translators for advertising purposes
Not only in the correct translation of contracts, but also in many other areas, the correct translation of relevant texts can represent a decisive competitive advantage.
Especially with advertising messages a pointed language as well as a feeling for the fine nuances of the language are in demand. A perfectly designed flyer loses its effect immediately if the advertising text is not meaningful and uninspired or even incorrectly formulated.
Only native speakers who are firmly rooted in the Greek language both in speaking and writing, as well as in reading and thinking have the necessary knowledge to write a gripping slogan.
Clearly formulated user manuals prevent economic damage
However, user manuals for complex technical devices also present a special challenge for a translator from German into Greek. In addition to precise and easily understandable terminology, technical terms that do not belong to the general vocabulary are often required. A technical understanding of certain contexts helps to formulate user manuals in such a way that operating errors and the resulting recourse claims are avoided.
In many cases it is therefore advisable to entrust an experienced translator with this task when translating from German into Greek, also from an economic point of view.