The custom manufacturing marketplace now connecting more buyers with suppliers of machined parts, fabrication and machining services
Online PR News – 19-May-2010 – – San Francisco, California - Companies sourcing machined components and parts know how difficult it is to find a suitable machined shop that can meet their needs, according to MFGmatch.net, the e-marketplace for the custom manufacturing community. The company introduced today its all new platform focusing on introducing qualified jobbing shops with those in the market for fabricating, prototyping and CNC machining services at http://mfgmatch.net/blog/?p=84 Official of MFGmatch.net said in a news release to San Francisco media the site enables companies to source efficiently for made-to-order parts.
According to MFGmatch.net spokesman Steven Jackson, the site also now includes offerings from manufacturers of fabricated metal and plastic parts, CNC precision components as well as CNC milling, turning, spinning, MIG and TIG welding and metal finishing services. Jackson said MFGmatch.net, a division of the Industrial Leaders Group also recently debuted MFGpartners.net, the American Machine Shops Network (AMSN), a social networking site for owners of job shops, foundries and custom manufacturing facilities with emphasis on North America at http://mfgpartners.net
“Ever since its debut nearly two years ago MFGmatch.net has been committed in being the leading source for companies and individuals sourcing made-to-print parts, precision machined components and other customized and fabricated items made from steel, stainless steel, aluminum, sheet metal, brass, bronze, titanium, exotic, alloys, all types of plastics, wood, rubber and other materials,” said Jackson. He explained, “The marketplace serves numerous industries, including general industrial, electronic and electrical, construction, powder generation, process equipment, mining, aerospace, military and other markets.”
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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