Thursday, August 30, 2012

PLG Will Attend IMTS 2012

In a few weeks, Chicago will hold the largest manufacturing trade show in North America, and representatives from Precision Language and Graphics will surely be there. In 2010 when we were there, we formed many relationships with both small and large U.S. manufacturers who were interested in translating their material to sell their products overseas. To our readers who do not know about the show, the IMTS is a six-day trade show held every other year at Chicago's McCormick Place, the largest convention center in North America. In 2010, the show had 82,411 attendees, exceeding people’s expectations. The increased interest that the IMTS received may be a sign that manufacturing may be making a comeback in the United States. The show receives a lot of interest from individuals and companies from other leading and emerging manufacturing countries such as China, Brazil, Japan, Germany, the UK and France.

For more information about the IMTS, please visit

Do please let us know if you will be attending the show!

How PLG serves the Manufacturing Community

Precision Language and Graphics continues to strive to be a leader in language services for the manufacturing and industrial sector. PLG has the capability to translate into more than 60 languages, many of which are important to the industry, including Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Chinese and Portuguese. Our Managing Director, Eric Zhang, has played a major role in expanding our translation services for the manufacturing, engineering and industrial sectors. Before joining us at PLG in 2001, Eric worked for Motorola, CTS and Foxconn as an engineer and later in various manufacturing related positions. Eric is currently a translator and interpreter for the Chinese language and offers China-U.S. business consulting services. To find out more about Eric Zhang, please visit Eric's company profile here.

For more information about our manufacturing services, please visit our technical translation services pages.

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