Dozens of U.S. foundries manufacturing various types of castings have been added to IndustrialMRO.com online manufacturing marketplace
Online PR News – 13-May-2010 – – Detroit, Michigan – IndustrialMRO.com, a website for plant maintenance and production managers of manufacturing plants announced in a news release this morning to Detroit newspapers and other media the launch of its new American Metal Castings Directory published in affiliation with the co-op industrial search engine IndustrialCOOP at http://www.dir.industrialcoop.com/index.php?c=514 The company, a division of Industrial Leaders Group (ILG) said the types of castings on the site include stainless steel, aluminum, ductile iron, titanium, nickel, brass, bronze, zinc, lost wax, precision, carbon steel, centrifugal and other types of castings.
Cynthia Miller, spokeswoman for IndustrialMRO said the site includes a specialized casting buying guide focusing on US-based foundries capable of manufacturing a wide array of ferrous and non-ferrous castings as well plastic and cast iron at http://www.industrialleaders.com/listings/castings.html Ms. Miller said the site is designed as a specialized industrial marketplace enabling companies sourcing castings in domestic and international markets to compare offerings from ILG-approved foundries, job shops and other manufacturers listed on the site.
“Locating qualified and trusted casting manufacturers has never been easier now that IndustrialMRO and its partner sites have created the Web's first metal and plastic castings directory, guide and marketplace for the international manufacturing, product design and engineering communities,” said Miller. She concluded, “Recent additions to the site include custom-made foundry castings, aluminum die, investment castings, nickel alloy and other types in sizes from as small as one pound to several tons for aerospace, mining, construction machine, mold making, tooling, precision machining and many other manufacturing applications.
IndustrialMRO.com is a US-based business networking site for plant maintenance, equipment repair and facility operations' managers involved in the manufacturing sector. The site is designed as a buying guide for plant mechanics, production managers and other manufacturing professionals that require various industrial supplies, equipment and machinery.
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