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Delta Technology Newsletter – November 2020
We Are Thankful for Your Continued Support
There is no doubt about it – 2020 has been a difficult and challenging year for everybody. Between the pandemic, civil unrest, and a crazy election, we all have had to dig deep and look toward the hope of a better future. And, with this being November, I felt it was appropriate to let all of our clients know how thankful Delta Technology is for your continued support and opportunities. Especially in a year like this, it’s important to remember the wonderful things in life, and you all are on our list.
We have taken this time to further expand and define all of the unique products and services Delta can provide your company, and we are extremely pleased at the feedback we have received.
Almost a full year since the virus hit US soil, and the world continues to fight COVID-19. Some industries and many businesses have been fighting for their very survival also, but manufacturing sectors have seen some positive trends.
With every holiday season that goes by, consumers are showing their acceptance and preference for shopping online; when the pandemic started, they didn’t have much choice but to seek alternatives to in-person buying, even for more personalized items like groceries and prescriptions.
In response to the skyrocketing demand, more and more businesses adjusted their usual modus operandi. Industries that rely on manufacturing, such as IoT (Internet of Things) devices and furniture, are thriving, as well as almost every category of household cleaning goods. The increased manufacturing outputs from these three examples is also helping alleviate the percentage of joblessness, as America (and other countries) try to bring the economy back to a better place.
Social distancing is thought to be mandatory in fighting COVID-19, and automation is a useful tool in abiding with this precaution. Unlike service industries, manufacturing and production do not require nearly the amount of face-to-face contact, especially when automation is utilized. The ability to work without constant contact with others has kept many manufacturing sectors open even during lockdowns – it also helps that these businesses are deemed essential by most officials. The new technologies coming out of industrial-based organizations will help drive productivity, efficiency, and safe interactions in a world with a highly contagious virus for the foreseeable future. For example, front-line workers can study the virus, people can test for the virus in their own homes, and officials conduct contact tracing using technology, just to name a few.
Delta Technology is using automation to discuss and assess your manufacturing needs and goals – via video conference – and we’re also here for an in-person meeting if you’re in the Phoenix/Tempe area.
Delta Technology Featured in A2Z Manufacturing
Read about Delta Technology in A2Z Manufacturing magazine in an article titled “Custom Automation IS Built-In Social Distancing” (pages 34-36).