to DHL Machine
in 1957 in the sprawling farm community of Quakertown, Pennsylvania.
DHL began as a repair shop serving the local farmers and their equipment.
With just a handful of machinists and Ralph Datesman’s vision
to become a world-class supplier the company grew in leaps and bounds.
The original shop garage went through many additions. The machine
shop encompassed about 10,000 Sq ft. Manual machines were replaced
with CNC equipment and employment grew steadily.
Today, DHL has
two facilities that total approximately 35,000 Sq. ft. both plants
continue to operate in Quakertown, PA.
shop now occupies the original building and a separate facility
has been constructed to handle your machining requirements. This
building is about 25,000 sq. ft. and is equipped with all of today's