PRLog - Sep. 24, 2012 - Providence, Rhode Island – Manufacturers and other companies in the Ocean State have seen its share of economic ups and downs over the last five years or so and as a result many businesses have left the region. The American Machine Shops Network (http://MFGpartners.net)
AMSN is rapidly growing because of its focus on US manufacturing and its dedication to bringing work back to American manufacturers said Mark Cole, spokesman for the company. According to Cole, MFGpartners.net is the pioneer of a grassroots movement called 'The New Industrial Revolution' established to promote molders, fabricators, tool & die shops, machining and plastic fabrication specialists profiled on the company's website at
“People everywhere are fed up with do-nothing politicians lining their pockets and making themselves and their cronies rich of the blood, sweat and tears of hard working small business owners, and that is never going to be changed from within Washington, it can only be changed from the outside by the business community, the real value-producers of the country,” said Cole. He continued, “The American Machine Shops Network will continue its commitment in bringing back to US manufacturers and having products made once again right here in the United States.”
Companies sourcing for machined parts, plastic fabrication services, tool & die work, prototypes or production of molded plastic parts can submit an RFQ 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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