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Charlotte Business Journal
Oct 16, 2020
Among those not working in the sector, it’s a common refrain that U.S. manufacturing is dead. Thomas Jalics, chief market strategist for Fifth Third Bank, has some strong data to refute that misconception. “From 2010 to 2019 the U.S. added 1.5 million manufacturing jobs,” says Jalics. “There was this fear that technology was going to [ Read More... ]
As we begin to again open our doors here at Delta Mold, and slowly move back into our normal business practices, I wanted to take a minute to thank each and every one of our hard working employees for how they handled the past few months.
There was much uncertainty in essentially every aspect of our business. As we moved from one phase to the next, our team here at Delta banned together as one and ensured the most important aspect of our company, our employee’s health, and safety. The effort that was put forth by our team was nothing short of spectacular. It is this type of effort that has allowed for us to maintain success over the past 42 years and will ensure our growth moving forward.
Thank you again to all Delta Mold employees. We should all be very proud of the way we have fought through a very difficult situation.
Due to the recent news of the COVID-19 virus, Delta Mold has made the decision to restrict all non-Delta Mold visitors from entering our facility through May 31th, 2020. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns regarding this matter.
Delta Mold, Inc. was founded in 1978 to service the emerging plastic part business in the Southeastern U.S. The founders of the company decided to locate in Charlotte, NC to take advantage of the manufacturing environment and support companies, the transportation hub of the Charlotte airport, the national trucking capabilities, and the feel of the growing city.
Initially our focus was on the expanding plastic part needs of business machine products such as personal computers, keyboards and printers that were experiencing explosive growth in the late 1970’s. As these products became commodities and their manufacturing went off-shore, Delta Mold revised its focus to large plastic parts for products such as televisions, lawn and garden tractors and vehicles, recreational vehicles such as golf carts, and the trucking industry.
Our ability to provide our growing customer base with their tooling and repair needs as they supplied the large plastic part needs of their diverse OEM customers enabled Delta Mold to grow into the largest big plastic part injection mold manufacturer in the South. Our focus on customer and employee satisfaction remains strong today after 40 years in business.
September 10-15, 2018
McCormick Place • 2301 S Lake Shore Dr • Chicago, IL 60616 USA
North Building, Level 3 Booth: 237176
We’ll be at IMTS 2018! Stop by and visit our booth to learn more about us and our capabilities. IMTS 2018 will be the 32nd edition of the premier manufacturing technology show in North America. IMTS 2016 hosted the highest number of exhibiting companies ever (2,407) and was the third largest in number of registrations (115,612) [ Read More... ]
May 7 - 11, 2018
Orange County Convention Center
South Hall Level 1 – Expo Hall – S31060
We’ll be at NPE2018: The Plastics Show in Orlando, FL! Stop by and visit our booth to learn more about us and our capabilities.
Business In Focus Magazine
Dec 2017 – Jan 2018
Delta Mold Inc. is an injection mold manufacturer operating from Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to mold making, it offers service, repair, and sampling services. The organization was established in 1978 by Rudy Mozer, and to this day, it remains a privately-held, family-owned-and-operated company. It is now in its second generation of ownership with Rudy’s [ Read More... ]