Russian Interpreter in Moscow for Unibolt A/S

Last week I worked in Moscow as a Russian interpreter for Unibolt A/S. I have already interpreted in Moscow last year which was required at a number of meetings that Mr. Per Vinther, the area sales manager of Unibolt A/S, had in Russia. Last year we visited several Russian cities in order to meet with the companies in agriculture business, this time we focused on Moscow.

Interpreter in Moscow for Unibolt

As I have mentioned before, I have been working for more than a year for Unibolt A/S, be it translating at the meetings or at the Agritek fair, so I am familiar with quite a specific topic – bolts for agriculture machinery.

In Moscow we met the existing and the potential partners of Unibolt A/S, we also visited a warehouse in the suburb of Moscow.

Mr. Vinther conduct a technical training on bolts characteristics, he explained the importance of the square countersunk of bolts, he talked about different tools used for bolts manufacturing, he mentioned various types of surface treatment and the difference between bolt strength 8.8, 10.9 and 12.9.

Trip to Moscow was short but important, business relations are established, more trips to Moscow are planned.

Posted on April 11th, 2011