Minneapolis, MN, December 14, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The creation of jobs and economic growth continues to dominate the news and political debates between the GOP candidates and democrats alike, so it's no wonder the American Machine Shops Network (http://MFGpartners.net) is getting national attention. IndustrialPR, the manufacturing news portal and partner of AMSN announced its plan to expand its effort into Minnesota to help companies in the state, primarily machine shops, fabricators, molders and other custom manufacturers create jobs. The company said its goal is to bring together thousands of businesses, organizations and trade associations in effort to promote manufacturing specialists throughout the state and nationwide.
Anthony Barton, spokesman for IndustrialPR.net said the company increased its offerings for precision machined parts, fabrication services, machined metal parts, custom metal fabricating, plastic molding, custom-made machined parts and components at http://mfgpartners.net/machined-metal-parts.
According to Barton, the website has over 85 Minnesota Machining Shops and fabricators serving the cities of Minneapolis, Bloomington, St. Paul, Rochester, Duluth, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Plymouth, Coon Rapids, Eagan and other cities throughout the North Star State at http://www.mfgpartners.net/shops/minnesota.html.
“The vendors promoted by IPR are capable of meeting the needs for virtually every custom machining, molding, fabrication and parts production services from single piece prototypes to millions of pieces made from metal, plastic, ceramic, alloys or other materials,” said Barton. He added, “Recently the company added manufacturers specializing in molds of all sizes with machining capabilities that include 5-axis, surface grinding, ID/OD grinding, CNC machining, mold repair, injection mold repair, hard turning, design & engineering as well as complete finishing services for aerospace & defense, electronic, general industrial, heavy equipment, agricultural machines, industrial process systems and other applications.” Barton went on to say all vendors marketed by the company are profiled on the American Machine Shops Network website which has over 1,000 machining specialists nationwide with new suppliers added regularly.
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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