Debuts Its American Industrial Machinery Manufacturing e-Marketplace

Metal and plastic manufacturers seeking new or used machine tools have a new resource online to find and compare machinery dealers and direct sellers

Kansas City, MO, February 09, 2010 --( In a move to further promote U.S. based suppliers of machine tools and tooling equipment nationwide and overseas,, a custom manufacturing marketplace to buy and sell custom made parts and components has introduced a new Industrial Machine Directory and CNC Machinery Classifieds at The company, a division of ILG (Industrial Leaders Group), said it planned the creation of such a site late last year and is pleased to introduce it to the manufacturing community.

According to Karen Brown, spokeswomen for Missouri market and throughout the Midwest region, the new marketplace enables job shops, contract manufacturers and other companies looking to buy or sell lathe machines, used CNC machinery, press brakes, bending, shearing and other metalworking machines at Brown said machine tools on the site are suitable for food and beverage processing, molded plastic, factory automation, precision machining, woodworking, welding, metal fabricating and other applications.

“Those in international and global markets looking for high quality new or pre-owned single machines or even complete plants will find's newly debuted marketplace and vertical directory to be a powerful resource for quickly locating suitable American dealers, distributors and manufacturers,” said Brown. She continued, “Machine shops and other manufacturers are already utilizing the site to find equipment used in textiles, stone and mineral processing, printing, plastics, rubber production, metal parts, bottling and packaging as well as other industries.”

About is a free custom manufacturing online marketplace for machine shops, product designers, engineers, foundries and other companies looking to buy and sell machines parts, precision components and other custom manufacturing services in local, national and international markets.

Donald LaBelle