Objective: To provide excellent translation services for Rolls Royce and on-site interpreting at Spanish oil refinary plant “Cepsa” in Huelva using RB211 aero engines to produce 27MW for the local grid.

Solution: A team of 3 highly technical translators English-Spanish led by an expert project manager and a technical reviewer / proof-reader. The team provided ongoing translation services for the British firm that included

    • Technical documentation for training courses to be held in Spain
    • Translation of UI and software interfaces for the local Cepsa co-generation team
    • Translation of technical manuals for engineering reference
    • Maintenance manuals
    • Operation manuals
    • Datasheets, operative documentation

Pangeanic was the sole supplier of language consultancy services for the Rolls Royce Industrial & Marine Cepsa co-generation plant in Huelva.

Spanish contracting company Cepsa was very pleased with the high standard of the on-site engineers placed at interpreting sessions, dealing with the complicated working of the aero-designed RB211 and gas turbines to generate 27MW for the local grid. The training took place over a period of 4 months. It also included software training and the translation of a vast amount of documentation and training manuals.

Objective: To extend the provision of excellent translation services for Rolls Royce and on-site interpreting for regional power grid authorities in Ushuaia (Argentina) using RB211 aero engines to produce 27MW for the local grid.

Solution: A team of 2 highly technical translators English-Spanish led by an expert project manager and a technical reviewer / proof-reader worked to adapt the documentation from European Spanish to Argentianean Spanish. The team provided ongoing translation services for the British firm.

Pangeanic was the sole supplier of language consultancy services for the Rolls Royce Industrial & Marine “Dirección General de Energía” co-generation plant in Ushuaia, Argentina.

The contractor was the regional power utility for the island. The same interpreters were flown to Ushuaia at the request of the training engineers to work, hand-in-hand with the on-site Rolls Royce Industrial and Marine engineers. Training sessions included familiarization with other types of RR aero engines, like the Trent. Like in the Spanish case, the RB211 was used to generate 27MW for the local grid and electrify the whole region. The training took place over two series of 2 months. It also included training on the use of the control software, adaptation of the UI to Argentinean locale and the translation of a large amount of documentation such as 

  • Technical documentation for training courses to be held in Argentina
  • Translation of UI and software interfaces for the regional utility co-generation team
  • Translation of technical manuals for engineering reference
  • Maintenance manuals
  • Operation manuals
  • Datasheets, operative documentation