Delta
About Delta
About Delta

Our mission is to strengthen Georgia through development of successful military and civil projects that contribute to national well-being.

History of STC Delta starts from 60-years of XX century, and from the beginning of 90-years the research center was put under control of Ministry of Defense of Georgia.  Today’s STC Delta was established in the year of 2010 when six scientific-research institutes and Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing (31 aviation plant) were placed under its control.

STC Delta includes several scientific institutes such as LEPL Ferdinard Tavadze Institute of Metallurgy and Material Science, LEPL Scientific Research Institute Optica, LEPL Grigol Tsulukidze Mining Institute, LEPL Raphiel Dvali Institute of Machine Mechanics, Ilia Vekua Sukhumi Institute of Physics and Technology, Institute of Micro and Nano electronics.

STC Delta is capable of designing, developing, integrating, producing, and servicing multiple kinds of projects to meet customer requirements and expectations. Delta has capable personnel and processes, focused organization, broad experience and relevant technology skills. The company successfully applies modern technology and engineering techniques, using the CAD/CAM/CAE design process, CATIA v5, Mechanical Desktop, Nastran, Patran, and other advanced programming.

STC Delta is legal entity of public law established according to the order of President of Georgia. Until 2014, the Ministry of Defense of Georgia performed state control of the center. Based on Government Decree of March 10, 2014 State Military Scientific-Technical Center Delta was passed to the control of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.

Delta is scientific technical center based in Tbilisi, Georgia established in 2010 on the base of six scientific research centers and production facilities employing up to 1400 employees. Organization is focused on research and development of new military and civil projects, as well as production of already established products.

Order №1-1/247

Of September 10, 2014

Of Minister Of Economy And Sustainable Development Of Georgia

The City of Tbilisi

On Approval of Regulation of Legal Entity of Public Law  - State Military Scientific-Technical Center Delta

According to Georgian Law “On Legal Entity of Public Law”, Para. 1st of Article 13 of Georgian Law “On Standard Regulations” and Para. 2 of Article 1st of Statement No.217 of Georgian Government of March 10, 2014 “On Establishment of Legal Entity of Public Law – State Military Scientific-Technical Centre Delta”, I hereby order that:

Article 1

The attached Regulation of Legal Entity of Public Law - State Military Scientific-Technical Centre Delta to be approved.

Article 2

The Order shall come into force from September 15, 2014.

George Krivikashvili

Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia

Regulation of Legal Entity of Public Law - State Military Scientific-Technical Center Delta

General Provisions

  1. State Military Scientific-Technical Center Delta (hereinafter referred to as the Center) represents Legal Entity of Public Law established by Statement of Georgian Government according to Georgian Law “On Legal Entity of Public Law” and its full name is Legal Entity of Public Law - State Military Scientific-Technical Center Delta. The Centre represents separate organization from State Administrative Bodies.
  2. Governmental control of the Centre is performed by Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia (hereinafter referred to as the Ministry).
  3. Legal principles of the activities of the Centre are Constitution of Georgia, International Contracts and Agreements of Georgia, Georgian Laws, By-laws and this Regulation.
  4. In order to perform purposes and functions specified by this Regulation the Centre as a legal entity of private law concludes deals and is authorized to sue or be sued in court.
  5. With consent of the Ministry, the Centre is authorized to establish non-commercial entity of private law according to Georgian legislation.
  6. The Centre has an independent balance, bank accounts (including foreign currency account), round seal with image of the State Emblem and its name, letterhead and stamps.
  7. Legal address of the Center: 73 Mnatobi str., Tbilisi, 0169, Georgia