- Aug. 13, 2012 -
Minneapolis, Minnesota – For the first time this year Minnesotan businesses are getting a look at the movement that is quietly gaining momentum across the country to bring work to U.S. manufacturers. Pioneered by the precision machined parts promoter AMSN (http://www.MFGpartners.net)
as the New Industrial Revolution, the undertaking continues to gain interest among the U.S. manufacturing community as it spreads virally throughout the Web backed by over 1,000 machine shops, metal fabricators, plastic mold makers, steel mills, woodworking, specialty job shops and other manufacturers of made-to-order products.
According to American Machine Shops Network spokeswoman Lori Jones (no relation to track star Lolo Jones), the company is making headway all over Minnesota reaching out to businesses and organizations in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth, Brooklyn Park, Plymouth, Eagan, Rochester, Bloomington, Coon Rapids, Burnsville and other cities across the Gopher State. Jones said companies sourcing custom machined parts utilize AMSN regularly to find qualified and trusted suppliers at http://www.mfgpartners.net/custom-machined-parts
“Since its founding MFGpartners.net and its 1,100+ network strong of machining and fabrication specialists has been offering the finest quality workmanship utilizing the latest state-of-the-
art equipment for producing precise machined products such as plastic components, fabricated items, plastic molds, thin metal parts and other goods made to print at http://www.mfgpartners.net/thin-metal-parts
,” said Jones. She continued, “Hundreds of businesses have used AMSN to find facilities providing full-service machine work, metalworking, private label manufacturing, welding, prototyping, engineering, product design support and other solutions offered by US-based craftsman.”
Minnesota companies in need of custom machined parts can instantly contact multiple machine shops approved by AMSN to request a quote at http://www.MFGpartners.net/rfq.html
About MFGpartners / AMSN
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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