The custom manufacturing marketplace MFGmatch.net launches the Web's first integrated machine shop referral and RFQ submission service and machining marketplace all on a single platform
Online PR News – 24-March-2010 – – Boston, Massachusetts – Manufacturing companies, engineers, product developers and others in need of made-to-order parts now have a more efficient way to connect with ideal manufacturers in the United States, according to MFGmatch.net. The company, a division of Industrial Leaders launched its new Machining Company Referral and RFQ Submission Service at http://www.MFGmatch.net/blog The service enables those sourcing custom made parts and components to save time and money searching for the most suitable and trusted American machine shops able to meet their specific needs.
According to Conrad Bailey, spokesman for MFGmatch.net, the new service was created to offer a quick and simple solution to help companies in need of custom made items and CNC precision machining services to source more efficiently at http://mfgmatch.net/blog/?p=100 Bailey said the site helps users find the best possible deal for parts made in the USA because unlike other custom manufacturing marketplaces MFGmatch.net does not charge the manufacturer outrageous membership fees nor do they require a commission on the sale.
“When sourcing custom made plastic or metal parts it's always wise to learn if the machine shop is paying a subscription fee or commission to a third party as part of the transaction because you can be sure such expenses will be passed on to you, the buyer,” says Bailey. He added, “In contrast, MFGmatch.net does not charge machine shops in its network a subscription fee or commission and thus, the shop is able to propose a more competitive offer to those in need of machining and custom manufacturing services.” He continued, “There is really no service like it anywhere and we believe it's the smartest way to buy made-to-order parts in the USA.”
MFGmatch.net is a free custom manufacturing online marketplace for machine shops, product designers, engineers, foundries and other companies looking to buy and sell machines parts, precision components and other custom manufacturing services in local, national and international markets.
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