Machine Manufacturing Journal
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Machine Manufacturing Journal mailing list allows marketers to target enterprises engaged in producing specialty machinery ranging from cotton gins to leather working equipment. These professionals rely on resource materials like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics that include manufacturing process optimization, business growth strategies and professional development. Along with offline and online publications, these professionals purchase products like tool and die sets, sheet metal and electronic components for daily operation.
Reach machinery manufacturers who design, engineer, fabricate, produce, test and assemble specialty machinery for industries as varied as chemicals, electronics, munitions, automotive, robotics and construction. Industry professionals manufacture equipment for cigar making, drying rough-cut lumber, tinting metals, smoothing and polishing semi-precious stones, and tanning hides for household rugs. For successful business operation, professionals in these facilities purchase or download resources on plant management, facilities maintenance, on-the-job safety, IT tips, assembly automation, industry news and trends, employment and training resources, sales tips, automation systems, IT enhancements, and more. They seek valued vendors and partners for products and services that reduce workplace injuries, improve production and maximize ROI. They attend seminars and tradeshows for industry intelligence, new product development tips, and ongoing education resources.
Specialty machinery: Ammunition and explosives loading, industrial sewing machines, boot making, brick making, chemical kilns, clayworking, degreasing machines, desalination, drying kilns, electroplating, glass making, hat making, jewelry making, leather working, metal finishing, metal smelting, optical lens, paint making, petroleum refinery, pharmaceutical, robotics, rubber working, stone tumblers, tile making, tannery, tire retreading, wheel mounting and balancing, zipper making and more…
These manufacturing professionals purchase products and services such as: trade magazines, presses, hobbing machines, lathes, benders, milling machines, machine tools, hydraulics, valves, compressors, grinders, polishers, welding supplies, cutters, molds and patterns, bearings, shears, forklifts, safety gear, electronics, fire prevention, first aid, cranes, adhesives, laptops, software, mobile devices, office supplies, and office furnishings.
Ideal users of this list include: Industry publication providers, heavy equipment providers, safety gear companies, manufacturing equipment providers, tool and hardware suppliers, consultants, industrial cleanser suppliers, facilities maintenance providers, event coordinators, software and computer providers, technology providers, insurance providers, financial institutions, legal advisors, credit card issuers, and more.