Minneapolis, MN, September 25, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The online news aggregator and publisher of thousands of press releases from and for the manufacturing community is reaching out to Minnesota Machine Shops in effort to help such companies find new customers at http://mfgpartners.net/category/minnesota-shops. The company, a division of ILG said the industrial metal fabricators, jobbing shops and other suppliers on the site specialize in precision CNC machining, precision metal machining, sheet metal work, CNC machine parts manufacturing and other service for companies in and around Minneapolis, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Bloomington, St. Paul, Plymouth, Coon Rapids, Rochester, Duluth, Eagan and other cities throughout the North Star State.
According to IndustrialPR.net, over 40 Precision CNC Machining Shops in Minnesota have been profiled on the American Machine Shops Network at http://mfgpartners.net/precision-cnc-machining with an additional 120 listed in the company's directory.
The manufacturing news portal, according to company, is managed by a team of Precision Metal Machining specialists that has reviewed over 3,500 US-based job shops for its marketplace with emphasis on connecting such vendors with suitable buyers at http://mfgpartners.net/precision-metal-machining
Douglas Milliken, spokesman for IndustrialPR said as the first trade association online for specialty jobbing shops, MFGpartners.net is committed to bringing work to American manufacturers by providing them with tools and resources to increase their online visibility while making it easier for buyers of such services to find and compare suppliers capable of meeting their needs. According to Milliken, customers have used AMSN to locate vendors specializing in CNC precision & prototype machining, plastic & Swiss screw machining, inspection services, engineering & design (CAD/CAM), precision sheetmetal fabricating, welding, tooling, assembly, tool grinding and other services with emphasis on quality parts & prototypes, quick turnaround and short lead times for the simplest to most complex projects.
“IndustrialPR is pleased to work with the American Machine Shops Network to reach a broader audience across Minnesota looking to buy or CNC machine parts, sheet metal work, precision metal machining, precision CNC machining, plastic/metal fabrication and other custom manufacturing solutions,” said Milliken. He continued, “It's good to see a company so dedicated to bringing work back to the United States using its resources and industry experience to create and sustain jobs in the manufacturing sector while helping US-based custom manufacturers of all sizes grow.” Milliken went on to say the company welcomes engineers, high-tech companies, product inventors and others all across the North Star State looking for machining and fabricating services to explore the vendors approved by AMSN and capable of serving a wide range of industries.
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