Delta Computer Systems, Inc., a manufacturer specializing in industrial hydraulic motion controllers, is introducing a new business trade name, Delta Motion.
Also at this time, Delta Motion announces a new and expanded slate of officers. Steve Nylund will continue in his role as CEO, while Jacob Paso assumes the position of President, and Wade Nylund has been selected for a new position as Chief Operating Officer. Peter Nachtwey has retired as president but remains on Delta’s board of directors.
As the company evolved over the last 40 years, Delta has increasingly focused on the design, production and sales of its Delta-branded motion controllers. After obtaining a U.S. trademark for Delta Motion, a new logo was introduced in 2022, and adopting the trade name is a natural evolution of this brand refresh process. The Delta Motion name reflects the company’s focus and commitment to high-performance products, lasting value, and prompt, knowledgeable customer service and support remains unchanged.
The full legal name remains Delta Computer Systems, Inc., and this will appear on legal documents, often followed by “also doing business as Delta Motion” or “dba Delta Motion.”
Delta’s new President, Jacob Paso, has more than 20 years of experience at Delta Motion as the Motion Products Development Manager, responsible for coordinating the development of the RMC Motion Controller products and the complementary RMCTools software, user documentation, and customer training curriculum.
Wade Nylund has more than 20 years of experience in global supply chain management and production operations. As COO, Nylund is responsible for Delta Motion’s day-to-day operations and facilities management, as well as product quality.
“I am very happy with the addition of these officers,” says Steve Nylund, CEO. “We have been fortunate to attract and keep talented people over the years, and promoting from within is consistent with Delta’s emphasis on continuous, incremental improvement. With these new officers, Delta Motion is well-positioned for continued success in the future.”
For nearly 40 years Delta has supplied motion controllers and other industrial products that enable better-performing machines. Delta’s RMC Motion Controllers are used for servo-hydraulic and servo-electric closed-loop control in a wide array of single and multi-axis control and testing applications.
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