Richmond, VA, October 30, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- With the majority of small and mid sized businesses concerned about their future, manufacturers may have the most concern of all, says IndustrialPR.net (IPR), the online B2B news site. The company said it plans to launch several programs to to help Virginia Machine Shops and Specialty Job Shops approved by AMSN at http://mfgpartners.net/category/virginia-shops/ with emphasis on tackling the jobs crisis faced by manufacturers. IndustrialPR said although it serves a wide range of manufacturing companies, its currently focusing on suppliers of custom CNC machined products, sheet metal fabrication, custom fabricating and CNC machining companies nationwide as well as in international markets.
The engineering news portal is working an online expo it plans to utilize as a platform to further market companies that produce Custom CNC Machined Products at http://mfgpartners.net/cnc-machined-parts
In addition to the trade show, IndustrialPR will also soon unveil a program to help students with metal fabrication projects with the support of American CNC Machining Companies approved by MFGpartners at
According to Shawn Mitchell, a spokesperson for the news portal, the company promotes an independent contest among machine/job shops and other custom manufacturers in effort to increase creativity, skill and unity in a fun environment. Mitchell said IPR's main focus nowadays is on helping manufacturers grow in effort to generate jobs for companies involved in machining, fabrication and other custom & contract manufacturing such as milling & turning, surface grinding, heat treating, CNC turning, sawing, welding & steel works, CNC milling, lathing and other services. Mitchell said vendors on the site are capable of working with virtually every material from carbon & stainless steel, tool steels, cast iron and aluminum, to all grades of bronze, brass, Monel®, Inconel®, Hastelloy® and many other metals and plastics.
“IndustrialPR looks forward to helping Virginia machine shops and contract manufacturers serving Richmond, Hampton, Lynchburg, Newport News, Virginia Beach, Alexandria, Roanoke, Portsmouth, Chesapeake and other cities and towns across The Old Dominion,” said Mitchell. He continued, “The jobbing shops in the IPR network are fully equipped with CNC machining centers, CNC turning machines, engine lathes, grinders, mills, saws, welders, furnaces, finishing systems and a wide array of other facilities to provide complete machining and fabricating solutions.” Mitchell went on to say as the 'Mother of States' boasting a significant manufacturing sector, Virginia plays an important role for the U.S. economy and is a major contributor to the country's international trade of goods and services.
IPR is an online engineering, technical, manufacturing & engineering news portal providing the latest stories, feeds, editorials and articles covering newly launched equipment, components, software and machinery as well as other products for manufacturers worldwide. The site unveils some of the most advanced industrial products, innovative services and technologies being introduced into the marketplace by world leading companies serving national and international customers at http://www.IndustrialPR.net
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