Portland, ME, December 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- MFGmatch.net, one of the first marketplaces online intended specifically for the custom manufacturing community announced today its latest focus is on helping businesses in Maine and throughout New England compare local and national Machine Shops approved by AMSN at http://www.MFGpartners.net.
MFGmatch said the e-marketplace increased its offerings from primarily US-based vendors specializing in a wide range of precision CNC machining services, conventional & manual machining lathing, precision metal machining, milling & turning, plastic fabrication, sheet metal work, custom precision machined parts manufacturing and other services for a broad array of industries.
Henry Griffin, spokesperson for MFGmatch.net, a division of metal machine shop specialists ILG said the company intends to launch a new campaign to reach a wider audience in Portland, Lewiston, Bangor, Auburn, Augusta, Biddeford and other areas throughout the Pine Tree State in alliance with the world renowned American Machine Shops Network at http://mfgpartners.net/metal-machine-shop
According to Mr. Griffin, the website focuses mainly on, but not limited to full-service facilities across the country capable of meeting the needs for a variety of made-to-order parts and components. Griffin said the addition of Maine Machining Shops enables the company to reach a wider audience in New England at
“MFGmatch is pleased to see the marketplace grow into a user-friendly resource for businesses in need of or offering CNC milling & turning, prototypes, product development, tooling & fixtures and precision parts in short and long production runs,” said Griffin. He concluded, “Manufacturers on the site are equipped with state-of-the-art CNC turning & milling centers, mills, lathes, horizontal & vertical machines as well as support equipment to meet the needs of various industries such as paper mills, automotive, woodworking machinery parts, fasteners & hardware, medical device components, electronic, aerospace, telecommunications, construction, general industrial, tooling, computing, fixtures, agricultural, military & defense as well as other applications.” Griffin went on to say much of the marketplace's growth is due to its alliance with AMSN.
MFGmatch.net is the largest free-based custom manufacturing marketplace online for machine shops, product designers, engineers, foundries and other companies looking to buy and sell machined parts, precision components and other custom manufacturing services in local, national and international markets at http://www.mfgmatch.net/.
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