Triton Industries was founded in 1961 at Belmont and Halsted in Chicago, Illinois in a small industrial space near Wrigley Field by Marvin Wortell, now 96, healthy, drives and is currently making a modern rocking chair in walnut.
Customers were 100% in Chicago, as it was the world capital of consumer electronics. (Sunbeam, RCA, Zenith, Teletype, Western Electric, Allied Radio and Motorola) where all within miles of each other. Triton expanded to 55,000 sq. ft. 2 blocks from Wrigley Field. Now Triton is on the Northwest side of Chicago in a 100,000 sq. ft. building.
Today in 2015, Triton is a third generation family owned business by the Wortells. We currently have many new and old customers going back decades! Triton makes: transportation, vending machine parts, truck signs, lift machinery, restaurant equipment, cell phone charging stations, induction cooking enclosures used at Panda Express, flow control devices, security camera power supply enclosures, medical x-ray components and architecture window brackets and other building components.