Louisville, Kentucky – The day after the 10th anniversary of 9/11 the American Machine Shops Network said the country must never forget those lost that day and how the unity of the American people is what made it possible for the country to recover. Today, AMSN introduced its Kentucky Machine Shops
Directory profiling contract manufacturers specializing in custom made metal parts, metal machining, CNC machining, machining metal components and metal fabrications serving Lexington-Fayette, Hopkinsville, Jeffersontown, Convington, Louisville, Frankfort, Richmond, Bowling Green, Henderson, Owensboro and other cities and towns across The Bluegrass State.
The site is used by thousands of companies, produce developers, inventors and organizations sourcing for made-to-order metal parts & components as well as other customized products made from various metals and plastics materials.
MFGpartners.net, founder of AMSN said it helps metal machining shops and other contract manufacturers all over the United States increase sales by providing a series of marketing and advertising solutions.
Vincent Shears, spokesman for the American Machine Shops Network said the company can assist those in need of all phases of the manufacturing process, from product design (CAD/CAM), material selection, machining and fabricating and to welding, tool building, finishing and customer fulfillment. According to Shears AMSN provided the most efficient way for companies and organizations to submit request for quotes (RFQ) to US-based specialty jobbing shops, contract manufacturers, foundries and other vendors providing custom solutions for various industries. Shears said the company can offer virtually any kind of made-to-order part, component or other item manufactured in small or large quantities to customer specifications.
“Kentucky machine shops on AMSN serve companies in and around Louisville, Owensboro, Henderson, Bowling Green, Richmond, Frankfort, Convington, Jeffersontown, Hopkinsville, Lexington-Fayette and other areas across the Blue Grass State,” said Shears. He added, “The vendors profiled on the American Machine Shops Network can meet virtually any requirement for machining metal, plastic components, prototyping, metal fabrications, stamping, assembly, TIG & MIG, welding, CNC machining, finishing, product design, metal machining, tool building, fabricating, metal parts as well as other manufacturing processes utilizing the sourcing and purchasing advantages of its national network of job shops.” Shears went on to say, “God Bless all those that lost their lives on 9/11, our hearts go out to their families, and we shall never forget.”
MFGpartners.net is home of the American Machine Shops Network (AMSN). The company specializes in promoting US-based manufacturers of machined parts and components as well as other custom manufacturers. AMSN is designed to help companies, inventors, engineers and others find the most suitable machine shop offering a variety of CNC machining, fabrication, prototyping, foundry casting and other contract manufacturing solutions. AMSN also owns MFGmatch.net, the leading custom manufacturing marketplace.
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