PRLog - April 30, 2012 - Atlanta, Georgia – The people of Georgia has long been well known for their pride in independence with a long history of fighting for the common man freedom and liberty. With that said, it's no wonder the state is welcoming the American Machine Shop Network (AMSN) and its grassroots movement to help bring work back to U.S. manufacturers specializing in plastic & steel fabrication, machining, plastic injection molding, tooling, rapid prototypes and other custom manufacturing services at http://www.mfgpartners.net/
According to AMSN spokesperson Terry Maldonado, the company promotes over 1,250 machine shops throughout the United States with many being family-owned and veteran-owned fulltime operations producing quality machined parts and components. Maldonado said the MFGpartners.net website is used by businesses throughout Georgia as well as hundreds of additional companies nationwide and beyond sourcing for prototype parts, machined products in large and small quantities, stainless steel fabricators, molds, EDM services, castings and all other aspects of machine shop work at http://www.mfgpartners.net/
“AMSN offers virtually every industry complete capacities involving all types of turning, milling, Wire EDM, horizontal & vertical milling, conventional & NC machining, drill press work, automatic horizontal machining, radial drilling, sawing, centerless & cylindrical grinding, surface & blanchard, grinding, sheet metal sheating, welding & cutting, punch press, vertical saw capacities, small plastic parts, testing, inspection & assembly as well as other services,” said Maldonado. He added, “AMSN welcomes businesses throughout Augusta-Richmond County, Atlanta, Warner Robins, Macon, Albany, Athens-Clark County, Marietta, Savannah, Roswell, Columbus and other cities in Georgia to submit an RFQ for any type of custom manufacturing service.” Additional information is available at http://www.mfgpartners.net/
About MFGpartners / AMSN
MFGpartners.net (http://www.MFGpartners.net) is owned and operated by American Machine Shops Network (AMSN). The company specializes in promoting US-based manufacturers of machined parts, fabricated components, precision products and molds. AMSN is the largest network of custom manufacturers in the USA designed to help companies, engineers and others find the most suitable vendors specializing in CNC machining, fabrication, molding, prototyping and other contract manufacturing services.
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