Charleston, WV, November 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The manufacturing community in the United States has shown signs of a rebound last month, although most economist still report there is a long way to go according the American Machine Shops Network (http://www.mfgpartners.net), a trade association for the custom manufacturing sector of North America established to help companies worldwide source for made-to-order parts and components. According to AMSN, the association has entered West Virginia today in effort to promote machine/job shops serving Charleston, Weirton, Martinsburg, Morgantown, Huntington, Fairmont, Clarksburg, Wheeling, Parkerburg, Beckley and other areas throughout the Mountain State.
According to MFGpartners.net spokesperson David Kukendall, the company is committed to helping West Virginia and other U.S. machine shops improve quality production utilizing its ISO Certification Services at http://mfgpartners.net/iso-certification-services/. Kukendall said AMSN provides solutions for small and mid-sized manufacturers in need of internal assessment for ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485, ISO 17025, ISO14000, AS 9100 and TS 16949 as well as internal auditing, training & implementation, document development, process & management analysis, and other quality assurance programs for stainless steel fabricators, metal fabrication companies, machining, precision sheet metal fabricating shops and other US-based manufacturers of custom parts and components.
“The American Machine Shops Network is pleased to be able to provide manufacturers with a variety of services while helping companies locate a suitable vendors capable of meeting their requirements,” said Kukendall. He concluded, AMSN is also upgrading its nationwide trade-in program of used machine tools and CNC equipment at http://mfgpartners.net/buysell-used-machines/ to help manufacturing facilities buy and sell a variety of pre-owned and refurbished machinery primarily for CNC machining, fabrication and other job shop applications. Kukendall went on to say MFGpartners.net works with dozens of machine tool dealers and auction houses representing hundreds of companies and cash buyers in the market for quality used CNC equipment for various industries.
MFGpartners.net 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 MFGmatch.net, the leading custom manufacturing marketplace.
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