Aluminum Enclosures, Steel & Plastic Enclosures Introduced by

New site compares customized enclosures made from steel, plastic, fiberglass, sheet metal and other enclosures.

Boston, MA, June 18, 2011 --( “Welcome back to Beantown Lord Stanley, we've missed you,” said avid Bruins fan Tristan Bennett in response of the Boston Bruins winning last night the NHL's Stanley Cup after a 39 year drought. Bennett, an office manager for, celebrated with co-workers hours after introducing the company's new Enclosures Manufacturers Directory at The publication, according to Bennett, whom also serves as the company's spokesman said the site includes a wide range of small and large made-to-order enclosures produced in a variety of materials such as stainless steel, sheet metal, carbon steel, aluminum, brass, copper, tool steel and plastic materials such as acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS), fiberglass, PVC, polyurethane, thermoplastic, polyethylene and polystyrene as well as glass, wood and other materials. introduced the original version of the publication over a decade ago when the company was known as Worldwide Connections, a trade portal for the manufacturing community.

Bennett said the website serves as an international Plastic Enclosures & Metal Enclosures Buying Guide at for various applications such as electrical, electronic, telecommunications, computing, military, cleanroom, control panel, environmental test chambers, consoles, magnetic shielding, tool boxes, wireways, radomes, protection of switches & controls, machine operator interface, industrial PCs, modular applications, instrumentation, storage and other uses. said the site includes new offerings for water-tight plastic, fiberglass and sheet metal enclosures as well as allied products such as large cabinet racks, brackets, plastic & die cast boxes, open racks, NEMA boxes, small metal cabinets, chassis, custom-made tool storage boxes, communications racks & cabinets and accessories such as hardware, security locks, seals, gaskets and fasteners.

“As one of the original six and the first US-based NHL franchise, it was really exciting for all of us here at to see the Boston Bruins bring back Lord Stanley to the city at a time when the company is developing into a major custom manufacturing marketplace online,” said Bennett. He added, “The company is also pleased to introduce its new industrial enclosures directory for companies nationwide and beyond in need of a custom manufactured cabinet, rack, box or enclosure made from virtually any type of metal or plastic.”

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 at

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Richard Milton