Dutch drone manufacturer DeltaQuad, has relocated to a new facility in Duivendrecht, a suburb of Amsterdam, as part of the company’s growth plan. DeltaQuad believes this move will allow it to increase production capacity, particularly for the new DeltaQuad Evo drone models.
Fueled by the success of the DeltaQuad Pro drone, DeltaQuad has been rapidly growing. According to the company, the move to a more facilitating space at Industrieweg 3 was a natural next step in its development. Located in an industrial area just outside Amsterdam, the new production center and offices reflect this growth.
The cutting-edge facility will serve as an innovation hub for the development and production of DeltaQuad’s next breakthrough product, the DeltaQuad Evo, which is nearing the end of its beta testing phase. The center is equipped with modern tools to augment manufacturing capabilities and improve efficiency. By streamlining the workflow and cultivating collaboration, the company is ready to undertake the growing market demands for state-of-the-art drone technology.
DeltaQuad has invested heavily in the new location to ensure that it can not only deliver the highest quality drones but also create a welcoming environment for future associates.
“We believe that innovation thrives in an open and collaborative environment,” said Douwe Zeeman, CEO of DeltaQuad. “That’s why this is not just a space to produce our new drones, but a place where ideas and suggestions can be shared freely. We’re always looking for new perspectives and partnerships to help us push the boundaries of what’s possible in the drone industry.”
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