IndustrialMRO to Provide Trade Leads for Cold Forming Services

Manufacturers and Job shops specializing in cold forming have a new marketplace to promote their services to buyers worldwide.

Los Angeles, CA, September 24, 2008 --( announced last Friday it will provide Live RFQs (Request for Quotes) from companies in need of cold forming services and solutions on the company's Web site at For those unaware, cold forming is the process of using rolling mills or press brakes to shape steel products into cross sections at room temperature. The company said the trade leads for cold forming services are provided in partnership with a number of on-line manufacturing auctions as well as from direct users of the Industrial MRO Marketplace.

According to an IndustrialMRO spokesperson Mike Swartz, the company is dedicated in connecting buyers and suppliers of cold forming services by utilizing the interactive power of the Web and the growing on-line manufacturing community. Swartz said manufacturers and job shops in the United States and Canada specializing in cold formed parts and precision machined components as well as sub-assemblies are most welcome to include their offer on the Industrial MRO Marketplace.

"IndustrialMRO, a division of Industrial Leaders, is dedicated in helping engineers, product designers and developers locate qualified companies specializing in cold forming services and other custom manufacturing solutions," says Swartz. He explained, "Whether a company need custom designed specialty cold formed components, channels or parts, IndustrialMRO and its network of industrial directories and marketplaces can connect them with the most suitable cold forming specialists in local, national or international markets.

About Industrial MRO

IndustrialMRO is designed for plant maintenance, equipment repair and facility managers. The site provides access to guides and resources to buy and sell all kinds of industrial MRO supplies, equipment and machinery at

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Donald LaBelle