360° Coverage : JP Machine Tools Launch Website

JP Machine Tools Launch Website

Dec 6 2013, 3:24pm CST | by PR.com

Oxford, NC, December 06, 2013 --(PR.com)-- JP Machine Tools launched their new website last month. The website features new and used machining equipment for sale. Both small and large machine shops in North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina can find the tools they need in one convenient location. The website offers consultation information and contact forms for more information.

Owner Jay Perkinson states, "I'm excited about the launch. It speaks well of the local economy knowing that the demand for machining equipment is as high as ever." The website was designed by Right Foot Forward based in Wake Forest, North Carolina. They are equally excited for the release putting their faith in small businesses for economic recovery.

JP Machine Tools Inc, established in 2013, supplies machining shops with tools used for metal fabrication. They specialize in both large and small CNC machine tools, laser cutters, and metal mills.

Contact Information:
JP Machine Tools Inc
Jay Perkinson
(919) 698-2894
Contact via Email
www.jpmachinetoolsinc.com

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