The petroleum and chemical industries are two massive global industries, which connect some of the world’s largest economies. These industries are closely interrelated, with petroleum being the raw material for many chemical products, such as fertilizers, pharmaceuticals and plastics. Petroleum’s importance in the everyday workings of various other industries makes it an essential product which influences consumption patterns worldwide. Similarly, chemicals are used for a variety of agricultural and manufacturing products, as well as in the construction and service industries.
Global chemical production has been low in the recent years. From late 2008 to early 2009, the chemical industry suffered from decreasing demand, the effects of which still continue even today. From aggressive cost cuts to the adoption of advanced technology, companies are finding different ways to stay ahead of competitors. As such, many companies are also seeking to bring their businesses to low-cost regions. This move would mean having to engage in new sustainable marketing efforts in order to appeal to the consumer base of the given region. Thus, businesses would no doubt have to engage in translation services for a variety of document types.
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Verztec’s capabilities extend to the various types of source documents:
- Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
- Social Impact Assessment (SIA)
- Operation and Maintenance Manuals
- Technical/Equipment Manuals
- Drilling Expedition Reports
- Performance Data of Installations
- Technical Proposals/Specifications
- Tender Documents
- Insurance Policies
- HR materials
- Legal Documents
- Marketing Materials (Leaflets, Brochures, Newsletters, etc.)
- Websites, Intranet and Extranet Sites