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What a Way to Start the Year with a Bang!
Last week we hosted our first open house and it was a great event! More than 125 guests showed up to see our new facility, meet our staff, check out our robots and machines, talk to our suppliers and vendors, win prizes and enjoy lunch!
I would like to thank everyone who attended and helped us make it a fun event. Also, special thanks to our partner suppliers and vendors who participated including, Border State, Cognex, FANUC, Keyence, MSITEC, Heitek, and Kaman.
If you were unable to join us for our open house, here’s some good news: Contact us, and we will arrange for a private tour of our facility for you and your colleagues.
In addition to the great event last week, we have also announced the establishment of a new joint venture with Semi of Mexico, to better serve our customers. You can read more about it below.
Lyle Rusanowski, CEO
New Joint Venture Increases Capacity and Offers More Options to US Manufacturers
Delta has established a new joint venture with Semi of Sonora, Mexico. The new joint venture is named Delta-Semi, and will combine resources and leverage the strengths of both companies to provide additional options and flexibility in providing automation and robotics to their customers.
The joint venture lets us offer our customers what they have been asking for, such as more competitively priced manufacturing for limited motion systems and tooling, drone surveying and mapping, and 3D scanning and 3D printing for prototyping.
In addition, having another facility just a few hours south of the border provides us with added capacity for making whole systems and components for our customers.
The mission is almost complete. From the front end to the back end, the product has made it to the last step of the manufacturing process and is ready to make its debut to consumers. Quite a feat, if you ask anyone with experience in the manufacturing industry! The term for the final step, ‘end-of-line’ packaging doesn’t seem to do justice to its importance. Your factory uses precision controls and automation equipment to produce your product, but what about the “last 100 feet”?