Delta Computer Systems Celebrates 40th Anniversary With Refreshed Logo
Delta Computer Systems, Inc. celebrates 40 years in business this summer. Delta, a leading
manufacturer of high-performance motion controllers was incorporated in June 1982. Since then, Delta has grown into the go-to choice for industrial hydraulics and other demanding applications in the manufacturing, wood products, automotive, testing, entertainment, aerospace, and many other industries.
Delta’s powerful RMC family of motion controllers and RMCTools software offer users decades of lasting value; and with a policy of zero-obsolescence, there are thousands of modern and legacy versions of Delta’s motion controllers in use around the globe, all of which are fully supported by Delta’s team of engineers and technicians.
Steve Nylund, Delta’s CEO, co-owner, and one of the founders, says, “At this time, I want to extend a big thank you to those who have been instrumental in Delta’s success: Current and former Delta employees, consultants, contractors, vendors, and—most importantly—customers. Our focus has always been to provide high-performance products that are easy to apply while backing them with exceptional customer support, and I am gratified to see that that focus continues to be successful. As we move into the next chapter of Delta’s future, we remain focused on that mission.”
Delta chose to introduce a refreshed company logo in conjunction with the 40th anniversary celebration. Delta Motion represents a reinforcement of Delta’s ongoing focus on the industrial motion control market. Delta has long used the website address deltamotion.com, so the refreshed logo further promotes consistency for new and existing customers.
The legal business name will remain Delta Computer Systems, Inc. for the foreseeable future, although CEO Nylund states that, “The plan is to eventually change the company’s name to Delta Motion, Inc.” The new logo will be prominently used in Delta’s marketing moving forward.
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“It’s hard to believe it has been four years since TP&EE was held, and what a strange trip it has been,” comments Rich Donnell, TP&EE Show Director and Editor-in-Chief of Panel World. “The important thing is that we’re back face-to-face. ‘Virtual’ is okay, but it’s not like being there.”