MultiLing Japan Y.K. Grows to Meet the Demands of the Asian Market

Yokohama – MultiLing Japan Y.K. has expanded its headquarters to provide additional room for its growing translation and business development teams. The expanded headquarters opened April 2, 2012, and includes new space for presentations on translation best practices as MultiLing continues to drive the movement to standardized and centralized intellectual property (IP) translation processes worldwide.

As MultiLing adjusts its strategy to better meet the unique requirements of both IP and technical materials translation, it has become increasingly necessary to expand its reach in key international markets.

“We are seeing a steady and significant interest in our best practices model for IP translation in the Asian market,” explained Adam Bigelow, executive director of MultiLing Japan. “This additional space allows us to continue our growth and provides our employees with an optimal environment to serve the needs of our expanding base of accounts.”

MultiLing Japan opened in 2006 and has seen consistent growth since then. In spite of a shrinking economy, 2011 was a particularly robust year, realizing a growth rate of nearly 50%. A similar level of growth is projected for 2012 as well.

MultiLing Japan provides best practices in IP translation to patent attorneys and major corporations. The company also provides intensive training to MultiLing’s Japanese translation teams to ensure the highest quality IP and technical materials translations for both local and foreign clients.

The contact information of MultiLing Japan remains the same:

MultiLing Japan YK
4-17 Kaigan Dori Toshin Building 7th Floor
Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, 231-0002
Tel: +81 45-315-3135
Fax: +81 45-315-4450


About MultiLing

Founded in 1988, MultiLing specializes in translating for the patent, IT, chemical, medical technology, biotechnology and automotive industries. Current clients include many Fortune 500 companies such as Dell, Procter & Gamble, Siemens, Mitsubishi Plastics, Yokohama Rubber, LSI Corporation and Promise Technology. For more information see MultiLing’s website at

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