Deltec Industries is a leading British manufacturer of impact sockets, accessories as well as specialised tooling solutions. Serving a diverse range of clients from power generation (gas, oil and wind), automotive and manufacturing, Deltec has the industry knowledge you can depend on.
Established in 1979, with over 40 years’ experience, Deltec has the product expertise to help you make informed decisions around any of your requirements. At Deltec we strive to build strong interaction with our customers to ensure a prompt, competitive and professional service. Deltec boast a list of local and global clientele.
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Deltec manufacture superior quality tooling that exceeds industry standards.
Deltec prides themselves in their ability to make bespoke tooling solutions to meet any requirement.
Deltec have developed ‘Lean’ efficiencies and are able to offer a fast-track service to ensure 24-hour turn around for urgent requirements.
Our experienced sales team are always willing and eager to offer you expert advice and helpful support.
Deltec started out on Beacon Road in Poulton-le-Fylde with one employee Arthur Dell - The Dell in Deltec
Glen Jenkinson joined Arthur as an apprentice.
Deltec were still precision toolmakers until one potential customer came in and Said ‘can you make this the answer was yes of course, how many? As many as you can make - and so Deltec turned to make Impact Sockets.
Deltec employed more staff and rented the unit next door as well.
Arthur’s daughter Karen Dell joined and spent 5 years in overalls operating the capstan, milling machines, lathes and presses.
Deltec still expanding, took over the third unit on Beacon Road.
Karen came out of the factory to start running Deltec, enabling Arthur to concentrate on what he likes doing best - manufacturing and improving procedures and techniques.
Michelle Rostron joined the Deltec team, as an admin assistant and now Sales Manager, deals with day to day sales, quotes, purchasing and what she does best sales and keeping customers happy - Michelle also has a great deal of product knowledge.
Jay Mahon arrives, having a change in the industry, Jay is Stores / Warehouse Manager, there is not a lot Jay does not know about sockets.
Deltec expands to Wyrefields and buys another unit, a 7200 sq ft Unit with a mezzanine floor for extra storage, one of the newly built units on Poulton Business Park allowing further growth for the factory and Deltec.
Deltec Industries can manufacture any bespoke socket or accessory in a wide range of sizes and materials to meet your specifications.
Need a bespoke socket or specialised accessory? Simply submit your product specifications to our experienced sales team for a no-obligation quote.
For any urgent requirements, we offer a 24 hour turnaround time.
*Dependent on size and quantity
Our accomplished team at Deltec Industries, with their extensive industry and product knowledge, strive to ensure that every customer receives professional advice and service.
"At Deltec we strive to build strong interaction with our customers to ensure a prompt, competitive and professional service"- KAREN MCGREGOR, Managing Director.
Arthur Dell, after his apprenticeship as a toolmaker, moved to America where he worked for companies such as Boeing, Chrysler and others. Returning to the United Kingdom with a wealth of knowledge, he founded Deltec Industries in 1979. After an opportunity presented itself, the subcontract toolmaker was transformed into the reputable manufacturing company Deltec is today.
Karen joined Deltec Industries in 1987. She started out in the factory and after 5 years of manufacturing sockets and getting her hands dirty, she moved into an administration role. With Karens superior product and industry knowledge as well as her dedication to Deltec, she was named Managing Director in 1999.
With 47 years in the tool trade, Danny McGoldricks extensive knowledge made him the perfect candidate to join Deltec Industries as Sales Director in 2009. Well known across England, Ireland and Scotland, Danny has been key to Deltecs growth and success.
Glen Jenkinson joined Deltec Industries as a YTS student at the age of 16 in 1981. Glen was guided and taught all he need to know about the industry by Arthur Dell, founder and qualified toolmaker. Today Glen successfully runs and manages the factory and is an integral part of the Deltec family.
Louise Morley, having worked for TSB Bank and having her own accounting and payroll company, has a long standing financial background. She joined Deltec Industries in 2016 as the Accounts Manager. Louise has a diverse range of responsibilities across all areas of financial operations within Deltec and is essential to the continued success of the business.
Michelle Rostron joined Deltec Industries in 2000 as an office apprentice and gained her Business Admin NVQ level 4. Her determination and. commitment saw her promoted to Sales Manager. Michelle continues to provide excellent customer service and is an indispensable part of the team.
Jay Mahon, originally from a construction background joined Deltec Industries in 2002. He successfully manages the warehouse and when called upon, Jay willingly gets involved in all operations of the business. Jay is paramount to the Deltec team.
Eddie Whiteside started his career in the engineering department of an exhaust company. He joined Deltec Industries in 2014 as warehouse assistant. Eddie is hardworking and does what he can to ensure the customers needs come first. Eddies work ethos makes him an essential member of the Deltec family.
Chris Bentley started his engineering career as an apprentice at British Nuclear Fuels. During his career journey he was responsible for designing and manufacturing a steel weighted machine to test out furniture endurance. Chris joined Deltec Industries in 2016 and continues to contribute to Deltecs' success.
Dave Hunts' early career as a maintenance engineer for a building business involved travelling miles at a time maintaining different sites. Wanting a break from the travel, he started his career at Deltec in 2007 and continues to be an asset in his role as a CNC Programmer.
Dave started his career in 1976 at a company called Duples in the research and development department. When a position for a CNC programmer became available in 2011 at Deltec Industries, Dave made the move. He continues to be an asset to the team.
Callum Mahon joined Deltec Industries as an apprentice in 2020. As the pandemic put a hold on his studies, he was looking to keep busy and his mind active. Presented with an opportunity at Deltec, Callum accepted the opportunity with enthusiasm and has been a welcomed addition to the team.
Having joined Deltec Industries in September 2021, Taylor is new to the Deltec team. He started his career in mechanical engineering and is currently on a 3 year apprenticeship working towards his CNC Engineering Degree.
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