Delta Electronics, Inc. (also known as DELTA or Delta Electronics) is a Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company. Its headquarters are in Neihu, Taipei. It is known for its DC industrial and computer fans and for switching power supplies. The company operates approximately 200 facilities worldwide, including manufacturing, sales, and R&D centers.[1]

Company typePublic
TWSE: 2308
FoundedApril 4, 1971; 52 years ago (1971-04-04)
Reorganized on 20 August 1975
FounderBruce CH Cheng
RueyKuang Road 186, Neihu District, Taipei (Business) Xingbang Road 1 31, Guishan District, Taoyuan
Key people
Bruce CH Cheng (Hon. Chairman)
Hai Ying Jun "Yancey" (Chairman)
Cheng Ping (CEO)
ProductsElectronic components:

Embedded power supplies Thermal Fan Management Capital Communications Components Industrial Automation Telecom power systems Uninterrupted power systems Renewable Energy Vehicle electronics Electric vehicle charging equipment Networking Products Video and Imaging Systems LED lighting Medical devices Innergie Consumer Power Products

Vivitek HD Projectors
Number of employees
Over 83,000 Edit this on Wikidata

Overview edit

Delta is a major supplier of power components to Apple and Tesla.[2]

Delta is a member of the Taiwan Climate Partnership. The company is committed to reaching net-zero carbon emissions.[3]

History edit

Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL.

Delta Electronics[4] was founded in 1971 in Xinzhuang Town, Taipei County (now Xinzhuang District, New Taipei City). Its first products were TV deflection coils, electronic components and winding magnetic components. It is also a supplier of cooling components.[5][6] On August 20, 1975, Delta Electronics was reorganized into a company limited by shares.[citation needed]

As a result of the US-China trade war, Delta cut its headcount in China by more than half and expanded operations in India and Southeast Asia.[2]

In 2020, Delta had NT$282.6bn (US$10bn) in sales.[2]

In December 2021, the company announced the acquisition of United States-based Universal Instruments Corporation for approximately 89 million dollars. The more than 100-year-old Universal Instruments will continue to operate independently and without a change in management. Universal holds more than 500 automation related patents.[7]

In July 2022, Delta announced they would be expanding their Plano facility with the addition of 400,000-square-foot manufacturing, research, and development hub that could require "hundreds" of new employees.[1]

Subsidiaries edit

  • Delta Electronics (Thailand) Public Company Limited was founded in 1988. The company is a subsidiary of Delta Electronics, Inc. Delta Thailand has become the regional business head office and manufacturing center in India and Southeast Asia. The company has been mainly produced power management and the manufacturing electronic components, i.e. cooling fan, electromagnetic interference filter (EMI) and solenoid. Delta's current power management products include power systems for information technology, automotive, telecommunications, industrial applications, office automation, medical industries, EV chargers, DC-DC converters and adapters.[8] In March 2023 Delta Electronics (Thailand) surpassed Airports of Thailand to become the most valuable publicly traded company in Thailand.[9]
  • Delta International Holding Limited B.V.[7]
  • DELBio[10]
  • Eltek[11]
  • TB&C Group[12]

Competitors edit

  • Lite-On
  • Artesyn
  • Bel Power
  • Compuware Technology

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ a b Cummings, Kevin (2022-07-06). "Delta Electronics Taps Plano for Its New R&D and Manufacturing Center". Dallas Innovates. Retrieved 2022-07-14.
  2. ^ a b c Hille, Kathrin. "Taiwanese Apple and Tesla contractor cuts China headcount by almost half". Financial Times. Retrieved 18 December 2021.
  3. ^ Oung, Angelica. "Decarbonization starts at home: Delta Electronics". Taipei Times. Retrieved 18 December 2021.
  4. ^ "About Delta". Delta. Retrieved 2015-03-12.
  5. ^ "Solid Power, the Business Philosophy of Bruce Cheng and Delta Electronics". Taipei., Yeu-Wen Chang, 2018, pp. 245–249
  6. ^ Taiwanese electronics tycoon relishes change, Financial Times. June 6th, 2011., 2018-04-18
  7. ^ a b Wu, Jeffery; Huang, Frances (2021-12-18). "Delta Electronics to acquire U.S.-based precision automation firm". Focus Taiwan. Retrieved 2021-12-18.
  8. ^ "About Delta Electronics Thailand". Delta Thailand. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  9. ^ Thomson, Jono. "Taiwan's Delta becomes Thailand's most valuable company". Taiwan News. Retrieved 6 March 2023.
  10. ^ "About Us". Delbio. Retrieved 18 December 2021.
  11. ^ "This is Eltek - an overview". Eltek. Retrieved 18 December 2021.
  12. ^ Ting-ting, Han; Hsin-Yin, Lee. "Delta Electronics acquires German EV component provider TB&C". Focus Taiwan. Retrieved 20 June 2023.