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Delta Electronics (Slovakia)

Delta Electronics (Slovakia) was established in 2006 and started its operation in January of 2007 in a newly erected building in Dubnica nad Vahom. Today, Delta Electronics (Slovakia) manufactures innovative customized power supplies and telecom power systems for telecommunications, information technology (IT), network technology, office communications, industrial automation and medical technology as well as solar inverters for converting solar energy to household electricity.

Our Mission: To provide innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow.Our Mission: To provide innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow. (Source: Courtesy of Delta Electronics (Slovakia))

Delta Electronics (Slovakia) was established in 2006 and started its operation in January of 2007 in a newly erected building in Dubnica nad Vahom. Today, Delta Electronics (Slovakia) manufactures innovative customized power supplies and telecom power systems for telecommunications, information technology (IT), network technology, office communications, industrial automation and medical technology as well as solar inverters for converting solar energy to household electricity.


We are employing more than 800 people in production, industrial engineering, test engineering, quality management, R&D, sales administration, sourcing and purchasing, and general finance and administration.


Delta Electronics (Slovakia) belongs to the publicly traded company Delta Electronics (Thailand) Plc. which is part of the worldwide active, Taiwanese based Delta Electronics Group. Delta Group is the world's largest provider of switching power supplies and brushless fans, as well as a major source for power management solutions, components, visual displays, industrial automation, networking products, and renewable energy solutions. Established in 1971, Delta Group has sales offices worldwide and manufacturing plants in Taiwan, Thailand, China, Mexico and Europe. As one of the most important suppliers of power supply solutions, Delta is distinguished by a comprehensive product portfolio and a global presence.


As a global leader in power electronics, Delta's mission is "To provide innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow." Delta is committed to environmental protection and has implemented green, lead-free production and recycling and waste management programs for many years.


To learn more about our products and services please see our websites www.deltaelectronics.sk or www.deltaenergysystems.com; or contact us under phone +421 42 466 1100, or e-mail info.slovakrepublic@delta-es.com.


To apply for a job or inquire about our career opportunities please contact us via phone +421 42 4661-181/-182/-183/-184, or e-mail personalne@delta-es.com.

Delta Electronics (Slovakia), s.r.o., Priemyselná ulica 4600/1, 018 41 Dubnica nad Váhom

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