Georgia Machine Shops Offer Everything Manufacturers & Inventors Need Says AMSN says the manufacturing sector needs jobs and political leaders don't seem to have a clue on how to create them.

Atlanta, GA, September 03, 2011 --( As the presidential election creeps closer and politicians battle over the most important issues of today facing the country, the American Machine Shops Network says it's still about jobs. The company, founded as an online networking and trade association recently introduced its new Georgia Machine Shops Directory at, to help job shops in the Peach State be found online, meet prospects and get more work utilizing the manufacturing community portal. AMSN said the site includes offering from accurate metal fabricators, metal working & welding shops, made-to-order parts manufacturers, metal fabrication companies, custom metal fabricators and other vendors serving Atlanta, Macon, Warner Robins, Athens-Clarke County, Augusta-Richmond County, Roswell, Marietta, Savannah, Albany, Columbus and other cities across the Empire State of the South.

Companies in the U.S. and abroad looking for machined parts and other custom made products can submit a price quote to Georgia machine shops and other U.S. manufacturers at

Job shops in the United States in need of increasing their online visibility and reaching new customers online can list their company at

Steven Miller, spokesman for AMSN said politicians need to understand the most efficient way to create jobs in the private sector is to help companies grow through subsidies, lower taxes and more practical regulations designed to increase a company's competitiveness on a global scale. According to Miller, who identifies himself as an independent, most Democrats and Republicans do not have a clue on how to create jobs because many of them have never worked in the private sector, owned a business or even had a real job. Miller said it's ironic how the majority of our political leaders lack the entrepreneurial skills needed to understand the struggles of operating a successful enterprise.

“AMSN launched its Georgia Machine Shops Directory to help machinists and craftsman in the Peach State get work from companies in Columbus, Albany, Savannah, Marietta, Roswell, Augusta, Athens, Warner Robins, Macon, Atlanta and other cities across the great state of Georgia as well as all over the country,” said Miller. He added, “MFGpartners welcomes companies nationwide in need of machining services, metal working, prototyping or is looking for the suitable metal fabrication companies, custom metal fabricators, weld shops and the most accurate metal fabricators in the United States to visit AMSN and explore approved vendors.”


MFGpartners is home of the American Machine Shops Network (AMSN). The company specializes in promoting US-based manufacturers of machined parts and components as well as other custom manufacturers. AMSN is designed to help companies, inventors, engineers and others find the most suitable machine shop offering a variety of CNC machining, fabrication, prototyping, foundry casting and other contract manufacturing solutions. AMSN also owns, the leading custom manufacturing marketplace.

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Richard Milton