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Opportunity Awaits: Why Now Could Be a Good Time to Source U.S.-Based Forging Companies

For engineers and sourcing professionals around the world, there's growing opportunity to save money and get parts and products made faster by sourcing expert Forging companies based in the United States.

According to a recent survey of thousands of North American Forging experts conducted by Forging Magazine, many American Forging companies (more than 50%) currently operate below 70% capacity for most of (if not all) year.

Can Your Shop Make Parts Like These? [Pt.6]

NEW PARTS FOR THE WEEK OF June 11-17, 2016

Everyday, hundreds of custom manufactured parts are sourced through the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace by buyers from around the globe in disciplines such as fabrication, stamping, assembly, and machining. 

If your shop CAN make parts like these, log in to your account and start quoting now

Welcome To MFG: Buyers Fresh to the Global Contract Manufacturing Marketplace [June 15]

Today marks a full two weeks since we last welcomed our newest buyers to the MFG.com manufacturing marketplace. And boy, do we have A LOT to share with you. 

The 3 C's of Getting Your Parts Made Faster [With FREE Supplier Evaluation Tools]

Getting your parts made faster often means that you can either get your prototypes in your hands faster or your products to market faster. And that means making sure your suppliers are the right fit for you 100% of the time. 

Pretty simple, right?

Err ... maybe. 

Welcome To MFG: Buyers Fresh to the Global Contract Manufacturing Marketplace [June 2]

This week, military and defense specialists AUTEM NOVUS infiltrate the Global Manufacturing Marketplace to find new suppliers for their world-class tactical gear and firearms. while SOLEX looks to further revolutionize the heating and cooling of bulk solids in verticals such as manufacturing, energy, construction, and food processing.  

Wanna' Reduce Part Costs? These 3 Tips Could Definitely Help ...

Read time: About 6 minutes

Let’s face it: Cutting your parts costs is a big deal. Not only will it make you look good in the eyes of your boss, but it’ll make your company that much more competitive.

And, of course, that’s super important in today’s increasingly crowded global market.

Can Your Shop Make Parts Like These? [Pt.5]

NEW PARTS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 19-26, 2016

Everyday, hundreds of custom manufactured parts are sourced through the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace by buyers from around the globe in disciplines such as fabrication, stamping, assembly, and machining. 

If your shop CAN make parts like these, log in to your account and start quoting now

Welcome To MFG: Buyers Fresh to the Global Contract Manufacturing Marketplace [May 25]

This week, the global leader in outdoor power products, HUSQVARNA, joins the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace to discover new, qualified suppliers to get their custom manufactured parts made at low cost and high quality. We also welcome ON-POINT DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES, FEMA CORPORATION, and MEDOVATIONS

If you're a contract manufacturer or job shop looking for work from buyers sourcing American-made, companies like these might just be perfect fit for your manufacturing capabilities. 

Can Your Shop Make Parts Like These? [Pt.4]

NEW PARTS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 12-19, 2016

Everyday, hundreds of custom manufactured parts are sourced through the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace by buyers from around the globe in disciplines such as fabrication, stamping, assembly, and machining. 

If your shop CAN make parts like these, log in to your account and start quoting now

Welcome To MFG: Buyers Fresh to the Global Contract Manufacturing Marketplace [May 19]

Another week, another great group of sourcing professionals, engineers, and custom parts buyers have joined the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace, to discover new, qualified suppliers to get their custom manufactured parts made and do what they do best: build amazing things. This week, we welcome NIKE, SIEMENS, SUIT-X, and the HYPERION TECHNOLOGIES

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