Delta Technology, an integrator and automation expert for complex manufacturing since 1997, announced today a 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.” said Lyle Rusanowski, President & CEO of Delta Technology. “Having another facility just a few hours south of the border also provides us with additional capacity for making whole systems and components for our customers.”
Delta-Semi will provide full-service engineering, integration, and manufacturing of automation and robotics for manufacturers. The many decades of combined experience and the added flexibility in terms of operating costs as well as the breadth of skills and capabilities, position Delta-Semi as an ideal strategic partner for any company facing the modern challenges of complex manufacturing.
About Delta Technology
Delta Technology has been the integrator and automation strategic partner of choice for simplifying the most complex manufacturing challenges with robotics, automation, and custom solutions since 1997. We are proud to employ Industry 4.0 methodologies to creatively and expertly design, engineer, and build custom industrial automation solutions to solve the most complex manufacturing challenges.
Semi is a 20-year-old company in Sonora, Mexico, that specializes in fabrication, machining, and automation with high focus on low-cost manufacturing for the automotive industry. The company employs highly-skilled technical labor, and utilizes modern equipment, including drones for surveying and mapping, 3D printing and 3D scanning to create drawings for products and parts for which no drawings exist.