Welcome to TTS
TTS is a team of highly-skilled professionals dedicated to providing top-quality services. All translation and/or documentation orders, large or small, are processed in a meticulous manner with an eye for detail. Our more than 30 years of experience in creating technical documentation is reflected in the high standards of our work and our fair prices.
Our team in Hamburg is always available to provide you with all the information you require regarding costing, delivery dates, software etc. and can also coordinate the worldwide services we offer for example in Europe and Asia where we draw on the support of our professional translators, most of whom have a degree in engineering. The majority of our translators are native speakers living in the country of the target language thereby ensuring that they are up to date with the latest linguistic and stylistic trends. Before delivery all orders are checked and finalised in our Hamburg office where numerous file types can be processed. Before converting files back into their original format for delivery they are checked for consistency, terminology, number formats and punctuation. Whatever your company´s needs or requirements we can provide most of the services necessary for the launching of a new product onto the market.
- Operation manuals
- Service documentation
DTP and copy editing
Specialist language services/technical translations
Product quality and safety consulting services
Conformity and certification procedures
Document management, copying and worldwide distribution.
Should you require more information please do not hesitate to contact
You can also download our company brochure.
Translate into any language – what are the limits?
The translation business is still full of competitors who try to attract customers with untenable promises or unrealistic commitments. In this article, we would like to compare typical promises to what we at TTS think is possible and necessary.
More than 20,000 languages were in existence around the year 10,000 BC – about 6,500 have survived to present day.
But why is it that TTS GmbH does not offer languages such as Limburgian or Aromanian?
For the majority of the world’s languages there is only little demand. Furthermore, it is often difficult to find qualified translators. The latter because the market is either too small for our customers or prospects understand other languages as well, e.g. a given official language. And what is true for literature is very different for technical and other special fields of translation.
But 200 languages, someone must have counted Klingon, too...Soon here is the link to the further report.