The wireless-enabled Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) system is promising due to its flexibility and cable-free deployment. The varying fading channel will lead to the random transmission delays and jitters, which are the major challenges hindering the adoption of wireless communication in mission-critical industrial systems. The performance or even the stability of closed-loop feedback control system will degrade severely with such delays and jitters. As a result, the maximum delay margin should be met to guarantee the performance of the IIoT system. Aiming to better satisfy this requirement, a novel concept to shape the delay distribution under the industrial multipath fading channel is proposed in this article. Consequently, a two-layer closed feedback control algorithm, referred as TACAN in this article, is designed through the decoupling of original optimization function, by which the variance of the delay distribution is minimized to improve the reliability and stability of the IIoT systems. The performance of proposed delay shape control method is verified by both the classical Rician channel model and the field measured industrial fading channel responses.