A Company Is Born
DeltaNordic is a Swedish company founded in 1949 in Upplands Väsby outside Stockholm as Elektroautomat. In 1989 the company is sold and becomes Megacon Produktion in Kungsängen. 2009 is an important year as the company changes the name to DeltaElectric, the first company in the DeltaNordic group of companies.
Founded as Eltech in 1981. In 2012 the company changes the name to DeltaEltech. In 2016 the company merges with DeltaElectric and DeltaNanjing and the three companies become DeltaNordic. DeltaNordic in Örnsköldsvik becomes the company head office.
Production in China
DeltaNordic starts a production unit in China primarily to serve Swedish clients on the Chinese market. Eventually the company develops its business to attract even local companies and offers its services to the local market and the rest of Asia.
Mind Industrial Group New Owner
In 2012 DeltaNordic is acquired by Mind Industrial Group AB, an investment company within the Mannerheim Invest Group, focusing on technological and manufacturing companies. Mind’s objective is to be a long-term owner actively involved in the company’s operations. Mind Industrial Group are still the majority owners of the company.
DeltaNordic Becomes One Company
In October 2016 DeltaEltech AB in Örnsköldsvik and DeltaElectric AB in Kungsängen merge and become DeltaNordic Sweden AB. DeltaNanjing in China becomes DeltaNordic China Ltd. Both companies are subsidiaries of DeltaNordic AB.
New Investment Plan for China
A new investment plan for China operations is implemented. A local manager is appointed in order to execute the forthcoming development.
New Factory in China
DeltaNordic China moves to newly renovated factory premises in Nanjing. The company is now better equipped to meet increased demands.
New Surface Mounting Machines
The company invests in new surface mounting machinery. An important step towards upgrading the capacity to meet higher future demands.
Investment in New Robotics Technology
To meet future challenges, the company is investing in new robotics technology as part of Robotlyftet, a project financially supported by the Swedish Government in order to speed up automation in small and mid-sized companies.