The Job Shop Blog is offering a complimentary service promoting shop-to-shop trade in the CNC machining industry. We have been soliciting interest from “supplier” shops and are now ready to offer that machining capacity to CNC Machine Shops in need of capacity to help move their backlog.
Our database of Supplier Shops includes shops from all over the United States. Available machining capacity as of 3/12/2020 will be updated often:
We are now prepared to introduce these CNC Machine Shops to Buyer Shops that have use for capacity support.
Simply complete the CNC Machining Capacity Needed form to be connected with a CNC Machine Shop with the available capacity to help and a desire to work for other CNC Machine Shops. Thorough completion of the form will allow for immediate connection with the needed capacity with no further communication.
For those that prefer email to filling out a form, please use firstname.lastname@example.org. We can discuss your CNC machining capacity needs via email or we can arrange a phone call or a web meeting.
Just as with the Supplier Shops, company information will not be shared beyond the networking process. The Job Shop Blog maintains the database of capabilities and connects Job shops needing CNC machining capacity with Job shops that have it. It is no more complicated than that. Once the introduction is made and confirmed our involvement ends and the buyer and supplier define their relationship as they see fit for their businesses. Please note, however, that we have a high interest in our buyer and supplier shops and will always welcome feedback from the shops using this service.
All regions of the country are covered by the current database listings, but not all states. Please be sure to specify if location is an important factor in your inquiry.
Please visit https://jobshopblog.com/blog/f/qa-about-the-shop-to-shop-initiative-for-cnc-machining for a Q&A about the Shop-to-Shop trade initiative for the CNC machining industry.