Boston, MA, September 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- IndustrialCOOP.com, the co-op B2B search directory for the manufacturing, technical and engineering communities, and division of ILB announced Tuesday the addition of 28 Massachusetts Machine Shops for its marketplace published in partnership with the American Machine Shops Network at http://mfgpartners.net/category/massachusetts-shops/. The company said the CNC machine shops and CNC machining companies on the site specialize in all forms of precision machining, precision machined components CNC machined parts and other custom manufacturing services for companies in Boston, Brockton, Quincy, Cambridge, Worcester, New Bedford, Lynn, Lowell, Fall River, Springfield and other cities across the Old Colony State as well as nationwide.
National and international companies regularly submit price quotations for all kinds of CNC machined parts made from plastic and metal materials at http://mfgpartners.net/cnc-machined-parts
Hundreds of US-based CNC Machining Companies approved by IndustrialCOOP and MFGpartners can be found on the website at http://mfgpartners.net/cnc-machining-companies
According to IndustrialCOOP.com spokeswoman Christine Surles, the company focuses on promoting world class manufacturers with modern process control & monitoring capabilities to produce high quality and accurate made-to-order products for machine tool, electronic, construction, military/government, aerospace, medical, computer, automotive and other applications. Ms. Surles said the website features precision job shop CNC machining and turning specialists known for delivering the right part the first time utilizing the latest state-of-the-art equipment for complete build to print capabilities. The recently added 28 Massachusetts machine shops and specialty jobbing shops are can meet a wide array of custom manufacturing needs.
“Massachusetts has traditionally played a major role in the technology field for the U.S. manufacturing community and IndustrialCOOP is pleased to partner with AMSN to serve companies in or around Boston, Springfield, Fall River, Lowell, Lynn, New Bedford, Worcester, Cambridge, Quincy, Brocton and other areas across the Bay State and New England,” said Surles. She concluded, “Companies looking for a trusted CNC machine shop and CNC machining companies can use the marketplace as a starting point to locate approved vendors offering a wide variety of CNC machined parts, precision machined components made from all kinds of metals and plastics as well as complete precision machining solutions.”
IndustrialCOOP.com, a division of Industrial Leaders is an extensive co-op B2B search engine and stand alone industrial directory with offerings from national and international distributors, manufacturers and other suppliers of industrial goods and services. The site is utilized by global manufacturing and engineering professionals looking for various kinds of industrial supplies, equipment, materials, tools and machinery from suppliers in over 54 countries at http://www.dir.industrialcoop.com
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