St. Louis, MO, December 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Entering into the closing days of 2011 the Custom Manufacturing Marketplace (MFGmatch.net) continues to spread throughout the country supporting US-based Machine Shops and custom manufacturers in partnership with AMSN at http://MFGpartners.net. The company announced Thursday its latest endeavor is on helping companies in Missouri do business with local vendors specializing in metal sheet fabrication, machining services, plastic mold & repair, metal fabrication projects, custom metal & plastic fabricating, metal fab services, precision components and other custom made products.
According to MFGmatch.net, the AMSN website presents some of the most accurate metal fabricators in the United States and experienced manufacturers of custom machined parts with the majority being ISO certified or compliant at http://mfgpartners.net/custom-machined-parts.
MFGmatch said its Custom Manufacturing Marketplace has been integrated into the database of the American Machine Shops Network to promote Missouri Machining & Fabricating specialists serving Kansas City, St. Louis, Columbia, Independence, Springfield, St. Joseph, Florissant, St. Peters, St. Charles, Lee's Summit and other cities throughout the Show Me State at http://www.mfgpartners.net/shops/missouri.html.
Megan Forbis, spokeswoman for MFGmatch.net said recent vendors added to the online industrial-focused marketplace include ISO 9001 and AS9100 certified manufacturers specializing in precision screw machined parts utilizing state-of-the-art screw machines setup for both single spindle and multi-spindle operations. According to Forbis, other manufacturers added to the site recently include those offering hydromat rotary transfer machining, 2, 3 & 4-axis CNC work, lathing, CNC turning & milling as well as heat treating, plating, metal finishing and testing services.
“MFGmatch looks forward to helping Missouri businesses connect with suitable manufacturers of made-to-order and fabricated parts and products for a variety of applications, said Forbis. She concluded, “The company welcomes those all over the state searching for a suitable and quality-focused machine shop, molder, accurate metal fabricator or other manufacturing specialists serving various industries.” Forbis went on to say the marketplace will soon be re-designed to provide live support and sourcing assistance for its registered users.
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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