The last time that we performed repair for GOODEK was in June 2016

JACEK1

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Hello

The last time that we performed repair for GOODEK was in June 2016 on ship Robin.

The most precise translation of the sentence in question is "The latest repair that we performed for/in favour of GOODEK was in June 2016 on board ship Robin.

What is your opinion?

Do you agree?

Thank you.
 

tedmc

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That is not a translation but a rewording of the sentence. No.1 is better. I am not in favour of the use of "in favour of" and "board".
 
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There is no reason for Goodek to be in all capital letters, as it is apparent from your further statements that Goodek is the name of a person or company who owns the ship in question.

The last repair that we performed for Goodek was in June 2016 on the ship "Robin".
 
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