Working languages:
Japanese to English
English to German
Japanese to German

Thomas Blasejewicz
NEVER been late!

Japan
Local time: 02:58 JST (GMT+9)

Native in: German Native in German
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Services Translation, Interpreting, Transcription
Expertise
Specializes in:
Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-)Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng
Engineering (general)Mechanics / Mech Engineering
Medical (general)

Rates
English to German - Standard rate: 0.20 USD per word / 30 USD per hour
Preferred currency JPY
KudoZ activity (PRO) PRO-level points: 72, Questions answered: 45
Portfolio Sample translations submitted: 4
Glossaries questioncleared
Experience Years of translation experience: 33. Registered at ProZ.com: Oct 1999.
ProZ.com Certified PRO certificate(s) N/A
Credentials N/A
Memberships JAT
Software Across, Fluency, Frontpage, MemoQ, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, OmegaT, Powerpoint
Website http://www.einklang.com
CV/Resume CV/Resume (RTF)
Professional practices Thomas Blasejewicz endorses ProZ.com's Professional Guidelines (v1.1).
About me
PERSONAL HISTORY

NAME: Thomas Blasejewicz
NATIONALITY: German
BIRTHDAY: July 13, 1956
BORN IN: Kiel, northern Germany
AGE: 60
MARITAL STATUS: married to a Japanese
4 children
ADDRESS: 240‑0116, Kanagawa‑Ken, Miura‑Gun,
Hayama‑Machi, Shimoyamaguchi 956-5, JAPAN
TEL/FAX: +81‑46-875‑9946
E-mail nyuwa@hb.tp1.jp
tom@einklang.com
Web site: www.einklang.com


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
1974 Graduation from high school (Gymnasium) in Germany 
Major subjects: chemistry, music
1979 Moving to Japan
1984 Graduation from a Japanese vocational school for oriental
medicine, obtaining Japanese licenses for
acupuncture, moxibustion and massage

OCUPATIONAL BACKGROUND
1979‑83 Teaching German and English
Some translation work (chemistry related)
1984‑89 Employment at the NISSAN KOHSEIKAI TAMAGAWA
HOSPITAL, TOKYO
(research, oriental medicine)

1985‑ Translation Experience: +30 years
Interpretation
Freelance, J/G, J/E, E‑G.(G/J)
special fields: medicine, chemistry, engineering;
translation into native language:
medical texts, dissertations, manuals
(engineering, equipment), construction works (Ministry
of Construction) correspondence etc.,
public relation materials, brochures etc.

among other companies I have been working for:
* The Japan Information Center of Science and
Technology (JICST, government supported organ)
* Mitsui & Co., Ltd.,
* am registered at more than 120 Japanese and numerous foreign translation agencies;
translation of manuals for:
* Victor TV, Sony, Fuji Film, Nikon etc.
manuals and explanatory reports on industrial equipment,
manuals of printers and computer equipment.

Comment:
I have NEVER been late with ANY of my assignments.
My work, when checked by German engineers working at branch offices of Japanese companies (Nikon, Fuji etc.) in Germany, usually earns a very good reputation.

Rates Japanese agencies have been paying me for over 20 years and
which never increased in spite of the constantly rising costs of living:
(I am therefore today significantly cheaper than 15-20 years ago!)
J - G: ca. 10 Yen (0.087 Euro, 2016/8/1) per source character
J - E: 10 Yen (0.078 Euro, 2016/8/1) per source character
E - G: 18.00 JPY = 0.157648 EUR (2016/8/1) per source word
G - E: 17.00 JPY = 0.148881 EUR (2016/8/1) per source word


Rate based on Japanese characters: ca. 10 Yen per character (J-G)
These rates are often considered not "competitive", but are necessary to survive in this country.
These rates may vary with material, volume and deadline. (When I checked the listings of other translators on various translator sites, it shows, that my rate is actually at the lower end of a rather wide range.)

CAT tools: memoQ, Across, Fluency, some open source software, including OmegaT
Keywords: Japanese, German, English, medical, oriental medicine, academic material, technical and scientific materials, manuals


Profile last updated
Oct 12






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