Omaha, NE, October 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- IndustrialCOOP, publisher of the B-to-B search engine filtered for engineers, industrial MRO and technical professionals announced its more involved partnership with AMSN to help promote Nebraska Machine Shops profiled by the company at http://mfgpartners.net/category/nebraska-shops/. According to the Industrial Leaders Group (ILG), the site is one of the most popular manufacturing resources online today to explore offerings from machine shop service vendors, prototype makers, specialty job shops and other custom manufacturing solutions with emphasis on custom machined parts and fabricated products made from various metals and plastic materials. The AMSN & ICOOP partnership was created to reach manufacturers across the U.S. with the group's current focus on the Cornhusker State.
IndustrialCOOP increased its offerings for a wide range of Precision Custom Machined Parts due to its alliance with the American Machine Shop Network at http://mfgpartners.net/custom-precision-machined-parts.
Often referred to as I-COOP by its users, the B2B search engine upgraded its entire directory to better serve companies sourcing for Machine/Job Shop Services at http://mfgpartners.net/machine-shop-service.
According to IndustrialCOOP.com spokeswoman Janet Cook, the publication's primary audience has long been geared toward engineers, product developers, plant maintenance personnel, inventors and other buyers of various tools, equipment, machines (new, used & rebuilt), general industrial supply and custom-made products made from stainless & carbon steel, aluminum, sheet metal and all kinds of alloys as well as virtually every type of plastic. Ms. Cook said most of the jobbing shops presented on the site are equipped with automatic screw machines, 4-axis CNC equipment, Swiss CNC lathes, vertical machining centers, vertical & horizontal CNC machines, grinders, finishing systems and other state-of-the-art equipment to meet the complete custom manufacturing needs for a wide array of industries.
“I-COOP is reaching out to all companies and organizations in Nebraska from Omaha, Fremont, Columbus, Kearney and Lincoln to Hastings, Norfolk, Grand Island, Bellevue, North Platte and all over the great Cornhusker State,” said Cook. She added, “Our partnership with MFGpartners.net enables us send our own users to a social networking-based manufacturing resource promoting everything from product design, engineering and prototype development to short and long production runs of machined parts and components for a wide range of applications.” Cook concluded, “Although the focus of AMSN is currently on Nebraska, companies involved in the manufacturing community across the country looking to buy or sell made-to-order machined and/or fabricated parts are always welcome to join or source the network.”
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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