Louisville, KY, December 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The manufacturing, machining and engineering news site IndustrialPR, a division of ILG announced this morning its latest campaign to promote American Machine Shops as a partner of AMSN at http://www.MFGpartners.net. The industry-focused publisher and news aggregator said its website now includes offerings for a variety of prototyping, machining, made-to-order parts, custom prototype design (CAD/CAM), metal fabrication, plastic components, foundry castings and other contract manufacturing services from US-based manufacturers and specialty job shops. The company said the campaign primarily focuses on Kentucky to help being work to local businesses in the state.
IndustrialPR (IPR) spokesperson Ryan Jennings said the site includes a broad range of CNC machined parts for a variety of applications such as machine tool, construction, electronic/electrical, telecommunications, aerospace & aircraft, agricultural, government & military, power generation, compressor, power supply and other industries at http://mfgpartners.net/cnc-machined-parts.
According to Jennings, the Kentucky Machining Shops and Manufacturers on the news portal have been approved by the American Machine Shops Network (AMSN) for their capabilities involving machining, prefabrication, designing (using the latest CAD software), finishing, assembly, installation, tooling and other services at http://www.mfgpartners.net/shops/kentucky.html.
“Although IPR provides news from manufacturers worldwide, the company is committed to helping local businesses grow throughout the United States with its latest focus on the Bluegrass State,” said Jennings. He added, “Companies in or around Lexington-Fayette, Covington, Bowling Green, Owensboro, Louisville, Hopkinsville, Jeffersontown, Richmond, Henderson, Frankfort and other cities throughout Kentucky are welcome to join the AMSN movement promoted by IPR and its nationwide network.” Jennings went on to say recent vendors added to the site include prototyping design & production shops, full-service prototype manufacturers as well as hundreds of machining, milling, turning and fabrication specialists serving local, national and international markets.
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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