US-based machine shops and job shops interested in joining or advertising on the American Machine Shops Network can learn more at to assists its members in the achievement of ISO certification, including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485, ISO 17025, ISO14000, AS 9100 & TS

Jim Davidson, spokesperson for MFGpartners said AMSN is committed to its quality manufacturing movement as a means to increase the global competitiveness of its US-based Plastic Strapping Machines Suppliers members specializing in a variety of machining, molding, fabrication and other services.) September 20, 2012 – Portland, Oregon – There is a buzz in the Beaver State today within the manufacturing community as the leading machining & fabrication marketplace brings its presence to cities and towns statewide to support US-based custom manufacturers approved by is owned and operated by American Machine Shops Network (AMSN).

This news release was distributed by IndustrialPR. Davidson said Guberman-PMC was selected based on the company’s full-service capabilities, competitive pricing and dedication to its value-added works exclusively with the quality management company Guberman-PMC, LLC. He continued, “Domestic and international companies in need of made-to-order parts, CNC turning, CNC vertical milling, metalworking, plastic mold making, prototypes or other custom manufacturing services can submit an RFQ to AMSN members at. 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. According to Davidson, MFGpartners.

“The American Machine Shops Network is pleased to gain the support of Oregon companies and business leaders in and around Portland, Eugene, Salem, Hillsboro, Medford, Springfield, Gresham, Corvallis, Bend, Beaverton and all over the Web-Foot State,” said Davidson.mfgpartners. The company specializes in promoting US-based manufacturers of machined parts, fabricated components, precision products and According to the American Machine Shops Network there are now 14 Oregon-based machine/job shops chosen by the company joining another 1,200+ nationwide manufacturing specialists serving customers all over the country and worldwide as part of the “2012 American Industrial Revolution” pioneered earlier this year by Boston-based Industrial Leaders Group.